Partly yes and partly no. There is a region around the North Star never “gets” on the horizon are the stars “circumpolar”, and we see all year. Further south (blue) is an area where the stars come from the eastern horizon and placed by the West.
This area changes as the Earth rotates, each night , but configuration varies because Earth revolves around the sun we see, obviously, the region of the sky that is “the other side of the Sun”, and this day mutates on just over 1 degree. Thus we speak of asky of winter, spring, etc..