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Library Closed October 31st for Nevada Day

Happy 150th Anniversary Nevada! The Library will be closed on Friday, October 31st  in observance of Nevada Day. We will resume our normal hours on Saturday, November 1st from 11 am-4pm. Nevada Day Facts (Check out the offical Fun Fact sheet.) 2014 marks the 150th anniversary of  the admission of the state of Nevada into the union on October 31, 1864. 150 years is a Sesquicentennial. The first known observance...

“Out Damned Spot!” Shakespeare Festival

Presented by The Shakespeare Institute of Nevada & The Boulder City Library Join us for 2 preformances on Saturday, November 8th at 11 AM and 2 PM. Starring: Your Boulder City Friends & Family Scenes from any of the Bard’s plays, including: Hamlet. Macbeth. Othello. Henry IV. Romeo & Juliet. Much Ado About Nothing. A Midsummer Nights Dream. Presented free of charge!  Sponsored by: Copper...

Updates to Overdrive Part 3: How To Suspend Your Overdrive Holds

Overdrive has had some updates adding some exciting features. We’re going over some of them in a series of posts! Going on vacation or in the middle of a great book? You can put your eBooks/eAudiobooks on hold just like you can put your physical items one hold! Follow these steps to suspend a hold: Log into your Account on our Overdrive page. Select your Holds page. Select Suspend hold from the Options...

Updates to Overdrive Part 2: Automatic Checkouts

Read Part 1 of our Updates to Overdrive series here. How automatic borrowing works for titles you have on hold If you’d like a hold to be automatically borrowed for you when it becomes available, follow the steps below: Select Place a Hold to place an unavailable title on hold. In the pop-up that opens, make sure that “Automatically borrow this title when it becomes available” is...

Privacy and eBook Access through Adobe Digital Editions

As a library, we value and protect our patrons’ privacy, which is why we would like to alert you to a privacy breach with Adobe Digital Editions 4. It came to our attention that the newest Adobe Digital Editions, the software used to access library eBooks on a computer or transfer them to a eInk eReader has been gathering data on the reading habits of users and transmitting that data unprotected. This means...
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