Boulder City, NV

Winter Reading Program Events

Monday, January 27, 3pm – Movie: Nancy Drew: Detective (1938) and Nancy Drew: Reporter (1939) 

Bonita Granville stars as the famous teen sleuth in these classic mysteries. She tracks down a missing lady in Nancy Drew: Detective, and goes after a killer in Nancy Drew: Reporter. (combined 134 min; NR)  To ensure your movie theater experience BYO snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

 Tuesday, January 28, 1:30pm – Tech Seminar: Internet Safety for Seniors 

Come learn about ways  to protect your information on the internet.

Saturday, February 1, 12pm – Craft Time

Bring in your projects for social crafting.  Food and beverages are allowed.  All ages.

Wednesday, February 5, 6pm – Movie: Salt (2010)

A CIA agent is accused of being a Russian spy.  She goes on the run to elude capture and attempts to stop a plot to kill the President. (100 min; PG-13)  To ensure your movie theater experience byo snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

Tuesday, February 11, 6pm – Movie: Iron Man 3 (2013)

When his friend is nearly killed, his CEO/girlfriend kidnapped, and his house destroyed, Tony Stark goes on a cross country journey to stop the mysterious Mandarian before he can kill more people. Along the way Tony discovers who he can count on and is reminded that he is more than just the iron suit.  He also tries to stop a plot to kill the President. (130 min; PG-13)  To ensure your movie theater experience BYO snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

Wednesday, February 12, 6:30pm – Tech Seminar:  Internet Safety for Parents

Learn how to keep your child protected in a connected world. Kids welcome!

Tuesday, February 18, 6:30pm – Craft: St. Patrick’s Day Book Wreath

Come learn how to make a decorative wreath out of old books.  This program is free to observe, however if you would like to make a wreath at the program supply kits will be available for purchase with advanced notice, or a supply list can be provided upon request from the Reference Desk.  Reservations required at 702-293-1281, at least 48 hours in advance.

Wednesday, February 19, 7pm – Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Thursday, February 20, 6pm – Movie: Pink Panther (2006)

Steve Martin stars as the bumbling Inspector Clouseau. The clueless Inspector must help the government after a famous soccer coach is murdered and his priceless ring containing the Pink Panther diamond is stolen.  There is no plot to kill the President. (93 min; PG3)  To ensure your movie theater experience BYO snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

Saturday, February 22, 1pm – Movie: Dr. No (1962) 

The first 007 movie!  James Bond’s investigation of a missing colleague leads him to the island of the mysterious Dr. No and a scheme to end the US space program.  We don’t recall anyone trying to kill the President. (110 min; PG)  To ensure your movie theater experienceBYO snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

Tuesday, February 25, 6:30pm – Tech Seminar: Pinterest 

We’ll teach you how to get started with Pinterest.  This image based social media service allows you to pin things that interest you to a virtual bulletin board.  You’ll need to bring your laptop or tablet to explore! Reservations required at 702-293-1281.

Saturday, March 1, 12pm – Craft Time

Bring in your projects for social crafting.  Food and beverages are allowed.  All ages.

Saturday, March 1, 1pm – Craft: Book Purse

Join us in learning how to make a purse out of a book.  This program is  free to observe, however if you would like to make a purse at the program, supply kits will be available for purchase with advanced notice, or a supply list can be provided upon request from the Reference Desk.  Reservations required at 702-293-1281, at leas

Monday, March 3, 4:30pm – Movie: Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) 

A mild-mannered drama critic learns that his two kindly and lovable aunts have been poisoning people. Two murderers move into the aunts* house with the idea of adding a few corpses of their own.  (118 min; NR)  Picnic dinners are ENCOURAGED; you’re welcome to bring comfortable chairs and blankets.

Tuesday, March 11, 6:30pm – Tech Class: Facebook

We’ll be going over the basics of Facebook including creating an account, using your timeline, and basic privacy.  Limit of 5.  Reservations required at 702-293-1281.

Wednesday, March 12, 6pm – Movie: RED (2010)

A former black-ops CIA agent lives a quiet life in retirement until the day a high-tech assassin shows up intent on killing him. With his secret identity compromised and his love interest in danger, he must reassemble his old team to figure out who is out to get them.  There’s also a plot to kill the Vice-Pesident.  (111 min; PG-13)  To ensure your movie theater experience BYO snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

Tuesday, March 18, 3pm – Movie: Maltese Falcon (1941) 

A detective’s search for his partner’s killer leads him to a group who want the jeweled falcon of Malta.  (101 min; NR)  Food and beverages are allowed, as are comfortable lawn chairs and blankets.

Wednesday, March 19, 7pm – Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Thursday, March 20, 6:30pm – Craft: Bookend Painting

Join us in painting bookends.  This program is free to observe, however if you would like to paint a bookend at the program supply kits will be available for purchase with advanced notice, or a supply list can be provided upon request from the Reference Desk.  Reservations required at 702-293-1281, at least 48 hours in advance.

Saturday, March 22, 1pm – Movie: Inception (2010) 

Dom Cobb is a washed up thief who specializes in stealing secrets from people’s minds, and he’s putting together a team for the riskiest job of them all; one that will redeem or damn him. (142 min; PG-13)  To ensure your movie theater experience BYO snacks, beverages, and comfortable seating.

Friday, March 28, 6pm – Finale Mystery Party

Join us for an after hours murder mystery party.  Who dies?  Who kills?  Reservations requested at 702-293-1281.

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