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Download free legal music, stream free movies and more in Las Vegas!

Download free legal music, stream free movies and more in Las Vegas!

Get a Las Vegas Clark County Library District card and start downloading free legal music today! You can get 5 songs per week from Freegal and keep them forever. You can also use your card to stream movies, TV shows, e-Books, magazines and so much more. Keep reading for details!

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Download free movies, audio books, e-books and more!

The Phoenix Public Library offers access to many different types of software. Some can be checked out for home use; others can be used directly from the Internet!

  • Stream movies and TV shows from Hoopla
  • Download (and keep) free music from Freegal
  • Get eBooks, audio books and videos from Overdrive
  • Check out your favorite magazines on Zinio

Get museum discounts with your LVCCLD card!

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Although the Las Vegas Clark County Library District does not appear to offer museum passes, museums do periodically offer discounts for library card holders. For example, you can show your LVCCLD card at the Mob Museum in Las Vegas and receive $2 off regular admission. This offer is valid through April 30, 2017.

Check with the library to see if there are any current museum discounts you’re interested in!

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Learn new skills with online and offline library resources!

Learn new skills and take practice tests with Learning Express Library

Become a US Citizen with help from the Las Vegas library system. They provide classes for non-native English speakers to help you prepare and apply for the US Citizenship Immigration Services process. 

Learn something new with exclusive access to databases like Gale Virtual ReferenceChilton’s Auto Repair Manuals, Heritage Quest, Reference USA and more.

Need to continue your education or get a job?

Get a scholarship and earn an accredited high school diploma through the Las Vegas Library’s Career Online High School. Applicants must be Nevada residents who are at least 19 years old and have a library card in good standing. You must have completed the 8th grade to qualify. You’ll have to complete an online self-assessment, two-week prerequisite course and an in-person interview to qualify. 

Take a computer class to help you brush up on your Microsoft Office, social media or other skills. You can take an adult class or an older adult class, depending on your preferences.

Kids & Teens

Have fun at the library! Check out the kid’s calendar now!

Homework help is available 24/7 with your library card! You can get live tutoring through Brainfuse or browse the Gale Virtual Reference Library for help. Need some in-person help? Stop by the library during certain hours!

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Get FREE YA audiobooks all summer long from SYNC. Each week offers one classic and one new title. Download the book and keep it as long as you want! 

Disabled patrons can receive home delivery.

Homebound patrons can receive Books by Mail. The library will send materials by mail to qualifying homebound adults. You’ll need to submit a letter from your personal physician, on their letterhead, stating that you are homebound and approximately how long your condition is expected to last.

 

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