The Library District is excited to once again be part of the storied Las Vegas Book Festival, which returns to the historic Fifth Street School (401 S. Fourth St.) in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday, October 22! Now celebrating its 21st year, this FREE annual event for local literary lovers is open to all ages and will feature four headline authors — Carl Bernstein, Elin Hilderbrand, Kiley Reid, and chef Hubert Keller. Scheduled topics include politics, book club favorites, diversity, and cookbooks, plus each author will do a book signing after their sessions.
This exhibit is a showcase for teens across the Vegas valley to share their experiences. It was hard enough for adults to cope with a global pandemic, but try b
TeenTober is back with a whole new theme! Teens can join us throughout the month of October to learn new skills and discover how the Library District can fuel their passions. This year we are celebrating with fun "They're Here - 80s Fright Night" events planned across the Library District's 25 unique branches, plus hair-raising reading recommendations from our staff! Check out our lists below … and did we mention that everything is FREE!? Do you follow us on social? Check out the #13YAReadsofHalloween starting on October 19 when we will feature a chilling new book each day leading up to Halloween.
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center in partnership with the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District will hold a five-year remembrance quilt display to remember a
We are dedicating this special day to sharing our sincere appreciation for YOU, our valued customers! Stop by your favorite library branch anytime on Thursday, September 29, to participate in fun activities, get special giveaways, and celebrate with us. At each of our 25 unique branches, you can enter for a chance to win a Prize Pack, courtesy of the Library District Foundation, that includes: a Library District gym bag, water bottle, AND a Chromebook! You can submit one entry per branch, so be sure to visit as many as you can for additional opportunities to win!
Recognized annually from September 15 to October 15, Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to reflect on the history, culture, and contributions of the large and diverse community of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. This is an excellent opportunity to honor and learn more about the group's unique voices and perspectives by checking out the Library District’s FREE Heritage Month events and enriching programs! From live concerts to art exhibits or fun craft classes, we have something for everyone happening at our 25 unique branches throughout the month.
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