Reference librarian Christina Link’s “Get Crafty” program for adults is held once a month at the Harker Heights Public Library. On the first Tuesday of each month, she brings a timely, seasonal art project to the table for adults to create a masterpiece of their own in a stress-free environm…
Something that continues to come up as we talk to couples is the lack of recreational companionship. Without shared experiences and quality time, our marriages can feel empty.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library offers ways for learning to be fun.
NOLANVILLE — A new tool shed and five elevated garden boxes were built on Saturday for the Boys and Girls Club in Nolanville as part of Make a Difference Day.
The nine children who were lucky enough to attend Science Club this week at the Harker Heights Public Library got a head start on Halloween with a lesson on the skeleton, taught by children’s librarian Amanda Hairston and her sidekick for the day, “Skelly.”
Each month a lucky hard-working staff member of Harker Heights High School is chosen to be staff of the month. Carolyn Anderson is the September employee of the month.
Twice a year, the Friends of the Library holds a book sale, the proceeds from which go to benefit the children’s programs at the Harker Heights Public Library.
Programs featuring creativity in arts, crafts, and writing are at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Family Night last Thursday at the Harker Heights Public Library was Family Maker Night, and that meant it was arts and crafts time for the area children who attended the weekly evening program. And children’s librarian Amanda Hairston chose a pretty cool project for this month’s maker night.
The Armed Services YMCA introduced a lot of new programs back in September with its new fall program guide, and while many of them are staples of the YMCA’s programming, some have already expired and some are only left for a limited time.
Chastity Clemons, 45, lives in Harker Heights
I’ve been an avid reader most of my life. I do all my reading before going to sleep at night. That’s my way of winding down for the day. I enjoy a wide variety of authors and fictional stories.
One of the many things that the Harker Heights Public Library has become known for is its ability to bring fresh and unique programs and events to the community. The murder mystery cosplay event that library director Lisa Youngblood and gang presented last Friday night was a perfect example …
From Halloween party to book sale, the coming week will be fun at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The month of October is traditionally full of everything ghoulish and spooky in honor of Halloween, and the Harker Heights Public Library has once again shown some holiday love by holding a holiday-themed event for local horror-lovers in the form of a Horror Reader’s Social — a way for like-…
We have all come to rely on our cellphones. Even those of us who can remember a time when we didn’t have mobile phones have come to rely on them.
With fall officially underway, and in keeping with the season, Science Club at the Harker Heights Public Library held a special lesson all about that favorite fall fruit — apples.
The Friends of the Library will hold its fall book sale next weekend at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
NOLANVILLE — There is a special group of women who meet once a month in Nolanville to work on sewing projects, and who also happen to make quilts for military veterans.
Celebrate autumn with special events and season-themed programs at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The local nonprofit group the 254 Whisker Men will be holding a fundraiser next month to benefit Aware Central Texas and the Humane Society of Killeen and Fort Hood. The event, called “Beards in the Hood,” will be the fourth annual such event for the group.
The highlight of the Vision XXI graduation ceremony on Oct. 2 was the presentation of the 2019 “Rising Star” Award to Stan Balcer. Balcer received a plaque at the ceremony and in addition will have a tree planted in his honor at Purser Family Park at the beginning of the 2020 class.
K and Q Inspiration founders Katina Barnett and Qiana Cannon launched their new book with a book signing/coffee-tea talk Sept. 30 at the Taqueria Mexico restaurant in Harker Heights.
The Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department offers many different activities for seniors, such as watercolor painting and line dancing. But the programs offered aren’t limited to physical activities; it also offers programs that enrich the mind.
On the first Tuesday of every month, Harker Heights Public Library reference librarian Christina Link leads a special arts and crafts program just for adults. No special skill is required, only a desire to relax and unwind with an easy project that differs every month. And all materials are …
The “Centroplex,” as I like to call it, is a mecca for beauty. That doesn’t just include the landscape but it’s the people of this area as well.
The Armed Services YMCA introduced a host of new programs in September, and while many of them are staples of the YMCA’s programming, some will only be left for a limited time, so interested parties should definitely act soon.
Autumn-themed program offerings for all age groups at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library this week begin today.
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 29 in Harker Heights played host Saturday to a reunion of old friends — and the turnout was impressive.
Though no one living in Central Texas can tell by the temperatures, the first official day of fall began on Monday, Sept. 23. And to celebrate the first week of fall, children’s librarian Amanda Hairston gave the 12 children who attended Science Club at the Harker Heights Public Library on W…
Members of the Harker Heights Kiwanis Club and guests met Sept. 21 at the Harker Heights Library Activities Center for the installation of officers and board of directors for 2019-2020.