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September 2018

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Boulder City's Pooch Parade
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Art Guild Featured Artist Exhibit

JOURNEYS ~ a Mixed Media exhibit by Linda Shaffer
Linda Shaffer is the featured artist for the month of September at the Boulder City Art Guild Gallery. 

Linda is an award winning Southern Nevada artist. She works in a variety of mediums: acrylic paint , mixed media , watercolor, calligraphy, jewelry and print making.  This show features print making and jewelry inspired by nature and the journey of travels.  The sea, sand, seasons and galaxy pendants, will be on exhibit.  She is a graduate of the Gemological Institute of America’s Graduate Jeweler program and a founding member of the Fabulous Las Vegas Scribes Calligraphy Society. 


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Baby Lap-sit Storytime

Ages 0-24 months and caregivers.  Held in the board room.

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Crochet for a Cause

Learn how to crochet a sleeping mat out of plastic bags for the homeless.

For those 12 and up.  In the community room.

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Virtual Reality Club

Experience Virtual Reality at the Library!

For ages 13 and up in the board room

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Alzheimer's Support Group

Sponsored by the Nevada State Veterans Home and the Alzheimer's Association.  The public is invited to share information, experiences and problem-solving through peer interaction.

Meetings will be held on the 4th Tuesday of each month in the chapel.

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Banned Book Speed Dating

Get to know books that have been banned around the world.

For all ages in the Community Room

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Toddler Storytime

For children younger than 3 years and their caregivers.  Held in the board room.


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Chess Club

For all ages in the Community Room

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Banned Books Sign Making

Speak out for your freedom to read and make a sign supporting your favorite book.

Held in the board room for all ages.

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School Violence: Prevention & Preparedness

Wednesday, 26 September
8:45 am – 12:00 pm PT
School Violence: Prevention & Preparedness
Panel and tabletop exercise
Produced in partnership with International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)
Room 241: Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
8:45 – 9:00 am PT
Stavros Anthony, Ward 4 Councilman, City of Las Vegas
9:00 – 10:15 am PT
School Violence Panel Discussion
Government, law enforcement, mental health, and school security stakeholders will examine previolence indicators, implementing ‘see something, say something’ policies, issues surrounding how reported behaviors are escalated, resources available to connect at-risk individuals, identifying best practices and the need for schools to have a collaborative approach to assess threats. Attendees will be provided with a list of free resources.
Speakers: Andrew Walsh, Deputy Chief, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department; Richard E. Smith, Vice President at Large, IACP, and Chief of Police, Wakefield Massachusetts Police Department; Sheldon Jacobs, PsyD, Clark County Division of Family Services; Paul Timm, PSP, Vice President of Physical Security Services, Facility Engineering Associates; and Scott Breor, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Infrastructure Protection
10:30 am – 12:00 pm PT
Tabletop Exercise: After-Hours School Violence Incident
Attendees will collaborate in a tabletop exercise that walks participants through an After-Hours School Violence scenario. In this small-group program, participants will be assigned specific roles (e.g. spokesperson, scribe, stakeholder). Once the rules are explained and the emergency scenario is introduced, there will be facilitated and timed discussions with Q&A time. Each team will then share specific responses as the scenario unfolds.
12:45 – 2:00 pm PT
GSX Exhibit Hall
Tour Attendees are invited to join a guided tour of the GSX exhibit hall, led by ASIS School Safety and Security Council members, to learn more about the range of products and services available to protect educational and community institutions.

While the focus of this program is school security, the best practices, lessons learned, and resources made available apply to a broad range of community and cultural institutions. This program is free to all interested stakeholders.

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Mystery Book Club

For ages 18 and up in the Community Room.


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Little Books & Little Cooks

Sign-ups in Youth Department required.  Class size is limited.

For ages 0-5 in the community room.

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Banned Storytime

Join us for a storytime celebrating books that have been banned.

For all ages in the Community Room.

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Drop-In Storytime

For ages 0-5 and their caregivers.  Held in the board room.


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Movie at the Library

"A Wrinkle in Time" will be shown.  Rated PG

Held in the community room.  Bring blankets and snacks.

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Live Entertainment @ Boulder Dam Brewing Company

Join us for Live Entertainment.  September happenings include:

9/01 - Sat - Rick Berthod Band  (blues)
9/07 - Fri  - Drunken Logic  (rock touring from LA)
9/08 - Sat - Renee Dion  (soul touring from Columbus, OH)
9/14 - Fri  - Second Echo  (indie rock)
9/15 - Sat - Out of the Desert  (bluegrass)
9/17 - Mon -West King Stringband (bluegrass touring from North Carolina)  this show 6-8 pm
9/21 - Fri  - Nicki Park  (singer/songwriter touring from Phoenix)
9/28 - Fri  - Wes Williams  (NOLA funkgrass touring from LA)
9/29 - Sat - American Voodoo  (rock)

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Ranger Hike - Full Moon

Join rangers for a night hike on the Historic Railroad Trail.  Enjoy a moonlit night while learning about lunar tales and constellations.

Reservations are required.  Space is limited.

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BBSC Las Vegas Triathion

Around 700 triathletes will run, bike and swim through Lake Mead National Recreation Area during the BBSC Las Vegas Triathlon. The race has many distance options available, including individual and relay. The swim portion of the race takes place at Boulder Beach. Then, athletes will bike along Lakeshore Road and Northshore Road, turn around points for each distance will  be marked. Drivers should use caution when passing cyclists. Cyclists are reminded that they must bike in single file on the roadways. Cycling abreast is not permitted within Lake Mead NRA. For more information on this permitted event, visit

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Ranger Chat: Public Lands - Southern Nevada Treasures

Learn about the variety of public lands that surround the Las Vegas Valley.


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Wurst Festival

Sponsored by the Sunrise Rotary.

The Boulder City version of Oktoberfest.
     Beer and brats
     Food trucks
     Margaritas and wine
     Wurst Dam Car Show
     Silent auction (11:00 am - 3:00 pm)
     Live auction (4:00 pm - 6:00 pm)
     Cornhole tournament
     Free play area for kids
     Live entertainment throughout the day and evening

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Lakeview Terrace Annual Chili Cook-off

Lakeview Terrace is hosting a Chili Cook-off in support of the fight to end Alzheimer's.  A minimum donation of $5.00 will have you enjoying hot chili, refreshing beverages, entertainment and more. 
Come vote for your favorite chili. All proceeds from the fundraising will go toward the Alzheimer's Association.

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Live Music - Hoover Dam Lodge

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Sock Hop

Sponsored by the Boulder City United Methodist Church. $10 Donation in advance, $15 at the door. Refreshments will be served. World Class Entertainer and James Brown Impersonator by Willie Ray! There will be door prizes and contests. 50's Outfits optional. See us at the Boulder Dam Credit Union for more information and tickets on September 14th and 28th, from 10-2pm, or stop by the Smith Building on Sundays to buy tickets from 9:45 - 11:15am. 

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Art Guild Featured Artist Exhibit

Boulder City Art Guild & Gallery will Feature painter Sita Loop during the Month of October
Sita Loop grew up in Richmond Virginia.  She spent time with her grandparents, who lived in the mountains, and she credits her father  for encouraging her painting and her grandfather for teaching her about the native tribes of the area -and beyond.  As a result, she became fascinated by Native American cultures and especially the Western tribes. The West was calling her and she came-- New Mexico, Arizona, and now Southern Nevada.
Sita,  has a passion for the Southwest and Native American Petroglyphs. She finds
inspiration in their visual Language. 
Sita paints in oils, acrylics and watercolors.
Her subjects include flora, fauna, and still life, often
intersecting with  Native American petroglyphs and the special meanings they have for her.
The public is invited to an Artist Reception for Ms.Loop with light refreshments at the Gallery on Tue. Oct 9th from 4-6pm. Come and meet the artist and see her colorful works.

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First American Title Ribbon Cutting

Please join us for a ribbon cutting celebration with First American Title. Come learn more about what First American can do for you! 

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Strategic Planning Meeting

Strategic Planning Meeting. 

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