All Las Vegas-Clark County Library District branches will be closed on Saturday, July 4 for Independence Day. They will reopen at their usual times on Sunday, July 5.
At the June 11, 2015, Board of Trustees’ Meeting, elections for Board officers were held. Michael Saunders was elected Chair, Randy Ence was elected Vice Chair, Ydoleena Yturralde was elected Secretary and Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod was elected Treasurer. Their terms begin July 1 and run through June 30, 2016.
The other Board members are Keiba Crear, Marilyn Francis Drake, Jose L. Melendrez, Sheila Moulton, Felipe A. Ortiz and Robin Wadley-Munier. The Board of Trustees meeting calendar, agendas and approved minutes may be viewed at www.lvccld.org.
The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District will offer a variety of programs throughout the month of June. Highlights of the month include: Club Read, Laurie Berkner, Las Vegas Stories: The Mob’s Hidden Hand in Las Vegas, Downloading eBooks to Your Device, Money Smart Middle Schoolers, The Big Used Book Blow Out Sale, Medicare Information Session, Guitar for Amateurs, 6th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth Celebration, Cartooning in the Digital Age and much more.
See the press release below for more featured programs, or see all Library District programs here.
All Las Vegas-Clark County Library District branches will be closed on Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day. They will reopen at their usual times on Tuesday, May 26.
All Las Vegas-Clark County Library District branches will be closed on Sunday, April 5 for Easter. They will reopen at their usual times on Monday, April 6.
In celebration of National Library Week, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is teaming up with Three Square Food Bank, for its first-ever “Food for Thought” program beginning Sunday, April 12 through Saturday, April 25.
The program is a unique way to clear unpaid fines and build community by donating food to those in need. All donations collected will go to the Three Square Food Bank.
For each consumable, non-perishable, unopened, canned or packaged food item a patron brings in to the library, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District will waive $2 toward patron fines to clear or reduce amounts owed. There is no limit to the dollar amount that can be waived. Donations will also be accepted from anyone wishing to contribute.
Simply stop by any of the Library District’s 25 convenient branches to take advantage of this offer. Clear your fines, help the less fortunate and see what’s new at your library.
The Library has a collection of almost three million items of books, magazines, downloadables, CDs, DVDs, as well as online access to an array of information. Teens and children have access to online homework help offering a wealth of free resources designed to assist kids in elementary, middle and high school with their daily school assignments.
National Library Week is a great time to see what’s new at your local library. Visit your nearest library branch to find out more about what the library has to offer. For more information, call 702.734.READ or visit our website.
The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District and The Mob Museum have teamed up to present “Love your Library? Tell a Friend!,” a library card sign-up campaign that begins Wednesday, April 1 through Thursday, April 30, 2015.
Just sign up for a free library card during the month of April, or if you already have a library card, Like Us on Facebook, and be automatically entered to earn a chance to win the Grand Prize of a Gift Basket from The Mob Museum, including a one-year Family membership.
Library patrons who already have a library card and want to visit The Mob Museum will receive an exclusive discount admission price of $2 OFF offer to local Nevada residents. Simply show your LVCCLD library card at The Mob Museum’s box office from April 1 through April 30, 2015, to receive the discount. (Note: All Nevada price types and levels from April 1, 2015, to April 30, 2015, only).
The Mob Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Call 702.228.2734 or visit The Mob Museum for more information and other special offerings and programming.
A library card allows free access to a collection of more than several million items of books, magazines, downloadables, CDs and DVDs, as well as online access to an array of information. Teens and children have access to online homework help offering a wealth of free resources designed to assist kids with their daily school assignments.
Getting a free library card is easy. Just stop by any Las Vegas-Clark County Library District branch to fill out an application or apply online.