¡El Distrito de Biblioteca da la bienvenida a!

Employ NV Business Hub Abre en la Biblioteca Sahara West el 21 de octubre. Tiempos son difíciles para dueños de pequeñas empresas, pero la ayuda está en camino! Un centro enfocado en empleadores, centro de recursos para pequeñas empresas viene a la Biblioteca Sahara West, ubicada en 9600 W. Sahara Ave., el 21 de octubre. Bajo un solo techo, dueños de pequeñas empresas (y aquellos buscando empezar su nuevo negocio) encontrarán apoyo, orientación, entrenamiento, y servicios financieros para ayudarles a recuperar y crecer durante el periodo de esta pandemia.
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2020 Voting Information

Your vote matters! Make your voting plan today! Register to vote or verify and update your registration by visiting RegisterToVoteNV.gov and receive up-to-date information from Clark County on their website at ClarkCountyNV.gov/Vote. The Library District will have voting centers available on Election day at Laughlin Library, Rainbow Library, and Sahara West Library.
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The Library District Welcomes

New Employ NV Business Hub Opens at Sahara West Library on October 21. The new Employ NV Business Hub is an impressive 2,650 square-foot multi-functional space located adjacent to the library’s art gallery. This exciting new business hub features conference spaces equipped with the latest technology; computers and Wifi for small business owners or start-ups; plus several unique areas to host employer and industry networking events and workshops. Best of all, as soon as you enter the Employ NV Business Hub, you will be greeted by trained, on-site staff, who will talk with you about your needs and guide you to the resources that you need.
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Grieving the World We Have Lost, Finding Hope in What Remains

Fall is here. We should be trading recipes for our next big tailgate bash and posting first day of school pictures. But this fall is not normal, and if you’re feeling out of sorts about it, you are not alone! And consider this … you might be grieving for things that aren’t what they once were. Even if you have been fortunate enough not to have lost someone you love to this virus, you still have experienced valid losses in your everyday life.  On this note, I want to remind you that your library is always here to help.
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Celebrate Teen October

We love teens, so we are creating a special month just for them! We’re calling it TEEN October, and we’re folding Teen Read Week and Teen Tech Week (which used to happen in March) into this one big month-long lollapalooza for Teens! So here’s what you can look forward to: - Our libraries will host one or more in-branch programs or Take and Make programs weekly. - Programs will focus on creativity, STEAM, diversity, school success, and helping teens navigate the current world climate in a healthy way. - All programs will be super safe, following current state restrictions on large events. TEEN October will definitely grow in the years to come. We anticipate hosting more large events throughout the month of October, which will we model after our other long-running, wildly popular events like Teen Anime Fest and Comic Book Festival.
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RBdigital is Merging with Overdrive

Audiobooks Are Moving from RBdigital to the Libby App. Starting Thursday, September 3, 2020, RBdigital will be merging with OverDrive, which means that now all of your favorite audiobooks will be available in one convenient app that you can enjoy anywhere 24/7! All digital titles from the Library District's collection that were previously available through the RBdigital app will be moved to Overdrive and available for download through the Libby app, as well as the Overdrive website. 
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Check Out Free Tech Devices + WiFi Hotspots to Help With Distance Learning

With more parents having to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as students in grades K-College needing help with distance learning, there are a range of technological challenges going on in households across Southern Nevada. The Library District is here to help with FREE access to mobile devices and WiFi Hotspots that you can check out and take home(available to those with a valid library card and who reside in the Library District’s taxing district), as well as even more technology that you can use while visiting any of our 25 library locations. Below is a brief overview of the technology and devices that are available from the Library District seven days a week. If you don't have your free library card yet, you can sign-up for our new digital eCard HERE.
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Homework Help Centers Assist With Distance Learning

The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District offers five Homework Help Centers to help with distance learning located at the Centennial Hills, East Las Vegas, Rainbow, Sunrise and West Las Vegas libraries. These centers have laptops for students to utilize for homework purposes in a dedicated space in each of these branches. Students can take advantage of free printing, extended time to complete homework, and more. These spaces are staffed by District personnel who are happy to help all students. Please call your closest Homework Help library for lab hours and availability. 
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Have Fun at Home with The Library District’s Free Take & Make Activity Kits

Are you looking for fun activities that you can do from the safety of your home? The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District now offers FREE Take & Make activity kits available for crafts, early literacy, STEAM, and more where we provide all the supplies! These take-home kits have grown in popularity and allow us to serve our community in new and creative ways as well as fill the need to entertain and educate children and teens while they are at home. Find out what is available at a location nearest you in the list below. You can even schedule to pick them up with our curbside service. When you have finished your Take & Make, snap a picture and tag us @LVCCLD on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram so we can see them! 
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