The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is proud to welcome Kelvin Watson as our new Executive Director! Learn all about him and the achievements that made him the winner of the 2021 Margaret E. Monroe Award for Adult Library Services.
Fill out this short survey from Clark County by March 14, 2021, to help create a memorial that remembers the victims, honors the survivors, and first responders and celebrates the resilience of our community.
Kamala. Ruth. Eleanor. Malala. Rosa. Gaga. Alice. Beyoncé. Maya. Georgia. Dolly. Sally. Serena. The first names of these fascinating women are shorthand for the contributions that they and countless others have made to politics, law, human rights, music, poetry, art, literature, and so much more. Celebrate this important month with us as we guide you through our library catalog of books, movies, and music by inspiring, courageous, talented, historic ladies. Here’s what you can check out from our collection, as well as a selection of free online resources that you can access 24/7 for FREE using your library card. If you don't have your library card yet, sign-up today and enjoy instant access with our digital eCard by clicking HERE.
Resilience is the capacity to bounce back, to pick yourself up from even the deepest depths and put one foot in front of the other. Resilience is an invaluable skill that sets you up for a lifetime of success. Your library carries hundreds of self-help books on building and repairing the inner self, to help you rebound from illness, job loss, a bad break-up, and most difficult of all, the loss of a loved one. Ready to turn on your own resilience? Try these guides for practical advice.
All Are Welcome is a collaboration between art education students from the Department of Teaching and Learning and illustration students. See this exhibit at Clark County Library from March 30-May 25, 2021.
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