The Scoop with Stacy – January 2023

Friends, Family & Clients,

I’m excited to bring you my personally curated monthly newsletter with a local business spotlight, community outreach, and events or things to do.

With over 20 years of real estate experience in Las Vegas and my passion for the community, I wanted to bring everything together in one place.  I hope you’ll consider getting involved and shopping locally.

As always, I am here for you,


Lee Canyon in the Winter – Discover winter adventures at Lee Canyon with skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snow play and winter camping.  There is a recently remodeled lodge at the base of the ski mountain.  Just the scenic drive is worth it to see snow in the desert.

Lunar New Year Parade in Summerlin – The signature Downtown Summerlin® Lunar New Year parade returns on Sunday, January 22 with a 5 p.m. performance complete with fan dancers, stilt walkers, an oversized-dragon and more.  Downtown Summerlin also celebrates The Year of the Rabbit with festive décor throughout the common areas.

For the Kids – Road Trip Adventures by Disney on Ice  pulls into the Thomas & Mack Center this week. The ice show features popular characters leading journeys to iconic Disney destinations, among them the rooftops of London with Mary Poppins, the island of Motunui with Moana and the Pride Lands with Simba, Timon and Pumbaa. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $20 to $115.

North Italia –  Passionate and dedicated people who work hard every day to deliver the perfect handcrafted experience. They use only the best ingredients to create and serve consistently crave-worthy food, like the chef’s choice daily pizza and fresh pasta made from scratch daily.  North uses only seasonal flavors and has a warm ambiance whether inside or on the patio around the fireplace.  They have a great wine list and craft cocktails as well.  Its one of my favorite Summerlin places to go.

Friends of Red Rock – Have you ever wondered how you could help preserve, protect or enhance one of your favorite recreational places? Volunteer!  Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area has close to 200,000 acres of climbing routes, hiking, cycling and equestrian trails, a beautiful Visitor Center and some amazing Rock Stars – the resident desert tortoise.  Stay up to date and become a member at:

Get involved by volunteering at the Information Desk, Tortoise Habitat or Canyon clean-up.  You can apply for these volunteer opportunities by going to and searching for Red Rock Canyon.


be well.

Stacy Sheeley | | 702.292.9064