Beginning June 24, the Library District has fully opened our branches with browsing, computers, WiFi, and a range of services available, details here. Curbside Pick-Up remains available, details here. Social distancing and safety measures are in place. When you return your library items, you can request to have your late fees waived. We are open 24/7 on our website, which features free online resources, here, and a comprehensive list of free community services, here

How to Enjoy Free Streaming Entertainment Using Your Library Card

You can skip the streaming subscriptions because the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District is your ultimate FREE entertainment resource! There are a number of ways to play your favorite movies and TV shows using your FREE library card to access our online resources on your TV. This step-by-step blog post shows you how to get started.
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Shop Library District Foundation Bookstores on Amazon

Every year the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Foundation’s Big Summer Book Sale is a highly anticipated event at the Sahara West Library, giving folks a chance to stock up on summer reading, movies, music, and unexpected treasures. This year we invite you to stay home and shop our online book store on Amazon! Take your time browsing through our online store, where you will find a wide range of bargain that cross all age groups and cover a world of interests:  health, cooking, history, textbooks, biography, science, sports, travel, law, computer, art, music, self-help, diet, film, romance, science fiction, and fantasy. Learn more about the Library District Foundation and our bookstores by visiting us at: https://lvccld.org/foundation/
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Doug Waterfield: Viva Las Vegas

This new exhibit at Centennial Hills Library is a collection of watercolor paintings featuring vintage Las Vegas signage from the Neon Museum Boneyard. Doug Waterfield, artist and the University of Nebraska at Kearney Professor of Art, sees the retired, faded, and rusting casino signs as reminders that life (and its pleasures) are temporal.
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