How to Participate in Free, Child-Friendly Christmas Activities in Las Vegas, Nevada

 Las Vegas, Nevada is a beautifully, lit up desert city known for gambling casinos. Have you ever wondered if Las Vegas stops gambling and celebrates Christmas? Absolutely, Las Vegas, Nevada does and you don?'t have to go into a gambling casino to participate in holiday activities.

Budgets are tight this holiday season of 2009. If you live in Las Vegas, NV or will be traveling there for this holiday season, let me give you some great holiday ideas for you and your children. You won?'t even have to drop a single coin in a slot machine.

The Las Vegas library systems have gone out of their way to host some wonderful activities this holiday season. Many of these activities are designed for children or families, so read on for all the information.

 

 

 

 

The Enterprise Library, 25 E. Shelbourne Ave, Las Vegas, NV is hosting several holiday events.

 

Gingerbread House Crafts December 4, 2009 7-8:30 PM Free

Gingerbread houses are always so beautiful and delicious not to mention great to give to your neighbors, friends and family. Your watering mouth show lead you right on down to the Enterprise Library for this event. Make a gingerbread house and have lots of fun while doing it!

Holiday Card Stamping with Sandi Brown December 21, 2009 1-2 PM Free

Sandi Brown will help you make some great holiday gift cards for all those friends and family you want to remember in a special way this year. So take along your creativity and show up at the Enterprise Library.

The West Las Vegas Library, 951 W. Lake Mead Blvd, Las Vegas, NV is hosting many events. Some of them are for teens, while others are for children or family.

West Las Vegas Holiday Tree Trimming Party December 1, 2009 10:00 AM Free

All children love to decorate and if you participate at the West Las Vegas Library, your kids can make the library especially cheerful for Christmas.

Christmas and Holiday Party December 12, 2009 2-4:30 PM Free

Do you want to teach your children about saving the earth while you celebrate this Christmas season? Then the West Las Vegas Library is the place for you. Head over to this family event and decorate and party!

Christmas Gift Creation December 16, 2009 3-4 PM Free

All of us have many special people in our lives that we would like to remember this Holiday Season. The West Las Vegas Library understands this. Take your children or even a friend and make a special Christmas gift for a special person.

Creative Holiday Crafts for Teens December 21, 2009 3:30-5 PM Free

Often it is hard to find free events for teenagers, but the West Las Vegas Library has one this year. Your teens can learn to make some wonderful holiday cards using computer software. Designed to make teens happy, so bring your teens and let them make a holiday card for someone special.

The Las Vegas Library, 1401 E. Flamingo, Las Vegas, NV is hosting a few special events this 2009 Christmas Season. From music to crafting, the Las Vegas Library has you in mind this holiday.

Flute Quartet Holiday Music Concert December 2, 2009 2-3:30 PM Free

The Quadrivium Flute Quartet performs Hanukah and Christmas favorites to celebrate the holidays. Join in and savor this beautiful Christmas music.

Holiday Stories and Children?'s Museums December 16, 2009 2 PM Free

The Las Vegas Library says Ho Ho Ho! Join them for holiday story telling and then head over to the Lied Discovery Children?'s Museum to craft a paper plate poinsettia. Grandmothers will just love this gift from your child.

Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV will also celebrate Christmas in wonderful ways this holiday season.

Celebrate Winter December 5, 2009 10-11 AM Free

The Clark County Library will celebrate winter with a warm and toasty story telling session. All children love good Christmas and winter stories, so join in.

Mariachi Holiday Concert December 8, 2009 7 PM Free

Nothing is more fun than a Mariachi Concert. The Clark County Library presents this to you for Christmas.

Winter Wonderland December 9, 2009 11-Noon Free

The Clark County Library wants you to come play in the snow and eat some treats made by the Sugar Plum Fairy.

Home for the Holidays December 9, 2009 3 PM Free

Lamping Elementary School Upper Choir and the Nevada Chamber Symphony are holding a concert at the Clark County Library and it is free. Come listen!

Holiday Dance Concert December 16, 2009 2 PM Free

Clark County wants to step up the moves this Christmas. UNLV dance department will present a mix of dance styles and rhythms this holiday season. Come on down and let your kids wiggle for this holiday event.

Polar Express December 17, 2009 2 PM Free

Does your child love the Polar Express? Then join this story telling session at the Clark County Library.

The Whitney Library, 5175 E. Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV cannot be left out. They, too, are participating in this holiday season.

The Gift of Giving December 9, 2009 2-4 PM Free

Come down to the Whitney Library and create a gift for someone special in your life.

Broadway Bound Divas Holiday Show December 20, 2009 2 PM Free

Presenting holiday show and seasonal favorites sung by five young singers. Music to light up your ears and your Christmas spirit by the Whitney Library.

The Night Before Christmas December 20, 2009 7 PM Free

This is one of my personal favorites. Bring the whole family and listen to The Night Before Christmas and make some wonderful holiday crafts at the Whitney Library.

Enjoy your Christmas and may you and your children make some wonderful holiday memories this year!

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