Are you looking for some fun activities that you can do from the safety of your home? The Library District now offers FREE Take & Make activity kits that are available to pick up from our libraries! We provide all the supplies for creative and educational crafts, early literacy, STEAM learning, and more! These take-home kits have grown in popularity and allow us to serve the community of Clark County in new and creative ways, as well as entertain and educate children and teens while they are at home. Find out what is currently available at the library location nearest you in the list below. You can even call ahead to schedule to pick them up with our contactless Curbside service! When you have finished your Take & Make activities, snap a picture, and tag us @LVCCLD on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram so we can see them and share your creativity!
Centennial Hills Library
Wednesdays: New take & make crafts will be available right after My Favorite Story at 11:30 a.m. and will be available for pick up throughout the week.
Saturdays: Stop by the Youth Services Desk to see the latest craft take & Make kit! We will have a new craft each week.
Clark County Library
Tuesdays: Take and Make crafts are available after the Five and Under Storytimes and are given out at the conclusion of the program.
Mondays: Maker Mondays
Come in and grab a Maker Monday Kit to complete at home! Kits will include an activity that encourages creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication.
Thursdays: Tween, Teen Thursdays
Stop by and pick up an activity to go!
Fridays: Family Friday
Come in for a fun take-home craft or activity to do as a family!
1st and 15th of Every Month: Craft Kits
Visit the Rainbow Library to check out our latest Take and Make craft bags. New bags are available on the 1st and 15th of every month, while supplies last. For more information, please call 702-507-3716.
Sahara West Library
Saturdays & Sundays: Family Fun Bag for ages 2 to 8.
Drop-in anytime during the weekend at the Sahara West Library and get your Family Fun Bag from the Youth Services Desk. Enjoy a story and make your craft in the comfort of your home! Family Fun Bags are available while supplies last, and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Spring Valley Library
Swing by the Spring Valley Library to pick up a free learning activity, craft, or more! You can complete the activity at the library or at home. Take & Makes are extremely popular and supplies are limited.
Back to School Crafts!
Stop by Sunday, August 1st - Wednesday, August 4th to pick up one of our back to school crafts! We'll have a different craft each day. (K-17)
Brain Breaks Brain Breaks for grades K through 12
Every Sunday starting August 8th you can come in and grab a fun activity packet. Activities include puzzles, coloring sheets, and more!
Every Tuesday starting August 10th (Ages 6-11) Come on in and grab a fun origami craft.
Crafty Kids Saturday: Every Saturday
Come by Summerlin Library Youth Services Department and pick up your Crafty Kid Kit to take home (while supplies last). Each kit contains a craft that is fun for the whole family!
West Charleston Library
Adult Take & Makes!
Stop by the West Charleston Library reference desk while supplies last. Also available for curbside pickup.
West Las Vegas Library
New take and make kits will be available each week!
Tuesdays: Crafts for all ages!
We will feature a new craft every Tuesday that will be available all week while supplies last.
- August 3 - Watermelon Windsock
- August 10 - Fishing People
- August 17 - Finger Puppets
- August 24 - Cupcake Liner Jellyfish
- August 31 - Clothespin Butterfly
Take & Make Tuesdays
Stop by the Windmill Library every Tuesday to pick up a Take & Make activity bag. There will be a different craft or activity available every Tuesday to take home and enjoy. Available while supplies last. Take & Make activity bags are geared towards ages 2-11
Storytime is back! Tiny Tale with a Take & Make
We’ve missed you all! Please join us for our short and sweet family in-person storytime with a twist. Length: approximately 10-15 minutes. Seating is limited. Tickets available at the Reference desk 30 minutes prior to storytime start time. This program is geared for families with children of all ages.
View the Library District's FREE online resources and learning tools for school success by clicking HERE.