Exploring the universe is easy with the programs and books at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Harker Heights library was a busy place last Saturday afternoon.
A large cast of first- through eighth-graders from across the school district is bringing to reality the magic of “Aladdin, Jr.” in this year’s Killeen ISD Summer Musical.
Get ready to blast off into summer fun at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Armed Services YMCA has a host of summer day camps and classes for children designed to keep them active, both physically and mentally. For the month of June, there are also three new items for parents (and kids) to take a look at, and that are sure to be loads of fun.
The school year ended for school children all over the Killeen school district last Thursday, and to help them celebrate, the Harker Heights Public Library held an end-of-year bash for the almost 150 teens of Eastern Hills Middle School.
As the school year comes to an end, summer vacation begins.
High-achieving, trail-blazing high school seniors took advantage of their academic star power last Monday to light a path of inspiration for a younger generation to follow.
Oh, the things you can do this week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Central Texas College Continuing Education department has opened registration for its annual College for Kids classes.
Brains were being used, not eaten, as two local Girl Scout Troops earned a special patch while learning about emergency preparedness at the Harker Heights Public Library on Saturday.
The Harker Heights Kiwanis Club hosted its annual Scholarship Awards Luncheon on Tuesday at the St. Paul Hasang Parish Center.
Julius Price, 52, works at All City Real Estate, lives in Killeen.
The Paper Crafts Club meets at the Harker Heights Public Library on the second Saturday of every month, and features a craft project that kids and adults alike can do that reflects something special about each month.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library offers relaxing, informative, and entertaining activities this weekend.
Sonja Waddell, 49, works in Harker Heights at Illuminate Gym, lives in Killeen.
Rain or sunshine, the diverse programs at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library focus on creativity, learning and literacy.
As the sun set along what used to be Comanche Gap Zoo, a crowd gathered in keeping with the spirit of a rarely know but long-standing tradition of appointing a new Medicine Man.
Postal carriers in the Killeen area will be making some special pick-ups from customers this weekend.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is hosting two special events this weekend.
The award-winning Harker Heights Teen Court Program is partnering up with the cities of Killeen, Belton and Copperas Cove for the second Teen Court Competition.
Once a month, the Harker Heights Public Library holds a special science night for Family Night on Thursday evenings. However, in preparation for last Saturday’s STEAM Festival, the library instead focused on a STEAM-related theme.
A day after storms rolled through the area, Express ER in Harker Heights held its second annual Easter Eggstravaganza on Sunday morning under bright, sunny skies.
Que 4 Kids is looking to help end the cycle of child abuse in Central Texas with an annual three-day fundraising event for Aware Central Texas this week.
Last Wednesday, April 3, was National Find a Rainbow Day, and children’s librarian Amanda Hairston gave her Science Club kids a lesson on light and refraction to help celebrate it.
Your weekend is easy to plan with a visit to the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, where all kinds of activities and interests are concentrated in one place.
For the last two months, children have been enjoying the Harker Heights Public Library’s “Mother Goose on the Loose” program on Monday mornings.