The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District and Nevada Ballet Theatre have teamed up to present “Love your Library? Tell a Friend!,” a library card sign-up campaign that begins Wednesday, December 1 through Friday, December 31.
Just sign up for a free library card during the month of December and be automatically entered to earn a chance to win a VIP package to an opening night at Nevada Ballet Theatre.
The VIP package will include four tickets to your choice of an opening night performance to one of the following: The Tried and True and the New on Friday, March 4, 2011, featuring Balanchine’s Donizetti’s Variations, guest artists At the Border by Matthew Neenan and a new pas de deux by James Canfield, or Beyond Words & Text: The Studio Series on Thursday, April 7, 2011, featuring Literary Characters and Cartoons, Fables and Fairytales. In addition, a special behind-the-scenes look at a company rehearsal and tour will be arranged.
Nevada Ballet Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and the largest professional ballet company and dance Academy in the state. The mission of Nevada Ballet Theatre is to educate and inspire statewide, regional and national audiences and vitally impact community life through professional company productions, dance training and education and outreach.
Valued library patrons who already have a library card and want to experience the Nevada Ballet Theatre’s extraordinary performances will receive $10 off admission on tickets from $45 (plus box office fees) and above to The Nutcracker on December 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24 and 26 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel.
Simply show your library card at the Paris Las Vegas box office to receive your discount or mention the code: I Love My Library when you order your tickets in person or by phone at 946-4567 or enter the code: FRITZ on the website at http://www.nevadaballet.org. Discounts are good through December 26. For general information about the Nevada Ballet Theatre, call 243-2623.
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 in any Las Vegas-Clark County Library District branch to fill out an application or apply online at http://www.lvccld.org. All you need is picture identification and proof of your current Nevada address.