Las Vegas Valley libraries to offer Spanish library card for first time – Fox 5 Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – In coordination with National Library Card Sign-Up Month, which kicks off Sept. 1, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District will launch a new Spanish library card for the first time.
According to a news release from LVCCLD, the Spanish library card comes with the Library District’s new neon-design card, which allows card holders to “show how much you “love your library,”
The Library District says that the card is available in English as well.
LVCCLD says that its public libraries offer computer labs, free wifi, toy check out, teen zones with activities, DJ classes, podcast rooms, art galleries, career help, weekly story times, STEAM workshops, plus access to stream and download eBooks, movies and online resources via lvccld.org and more.
Residents can sign up for a free instance eCard online as well: https://legacy.lvccld.org/ecard/language.cfm
For more information, contact LVCCLD: https://thelibrarydistrict.org/contact/
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