Downtown Summerlin is kicking of the 2020 holiday season on Friday November 13 (well it is 2020). The Rock Rink ice skating opens this Friday for fun and family skating.
The Rock Rink will be open every night with extended hours on the weekends Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 9pm, Friday: 4pm – 10pm, Saturday: 10am – 10pm, Sunday: 11am – 8pm. The rink is open to all ages however you must make a reservation, you can make the reservations at www.summerlin.com Skate rentals start at $16. This year over 200,000 additional lights will be twinkling throughout Downtown Summerlin.
There will be strolling carolers every Friday and Saturday, and returning by popular demand is the holiday train. The train runs continually around Rock Rink and a 40-foot tree.
December 14 there will be a special night to celebrate Channukah in partnership with Jewish Nevada.
This year Santa is staying safe and working at the North Pole workshop. Visitors to his Downtown Summerlin Chalet are encouraged to write letters to Santa and drop them off in a special mailbox that goes directly to the North Pole. Letters with return addresses will receive a response.
According to Danielle Bisterfeldt, vice president of marketing for Summerlin, this year will be more festive than previous years. The master-planned community of Summerlin is celebrating its 30 anniversary this year and it ranks third in the entire country as the most popular planned community.
If you are interested in purchasing a newly built home in Summerlin, contact the Nevada Builder Trade In Program operated by the Smith King Team. Through this program we work with Century Communities, Pulte Homes and Woodside Homes, as well with other builders other than our builder partners that are sitting with standing inventory and we offer similar benefits as the Nevada Builder Trade-In Program. If you own an existing home in the Las Vegas Valley and are looking for a newly built home contact the Smith King Team. When you are ready to move one of our wonderful agents will be with you every step of the way both virtually and in person. We follow social distancing regulations and wear masks, gloves and booties.
Keep in mind that whether you are interested in buying a home or selling a home, a Realtor should represent you– this person is working for your benefit and will help you navigate through the buying or selling process. I have thirteen years in New Home Sales and seventeen years in General Real Estate sales! We have celebrated selling both New and Resale Homes for over thirty years…..
Thanks and make it a terrific day…………Robin