The weather has turned cold, but the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is busy with cheerful holiday activities.

Miss Lisa — Librarian Lisa Youngblood — is on an adventure to find the best holiday traditions. She will be at the Market Heights Barnes & Noble, 201 E. Central Texas Expressway, for a special story time with Olaf and Elsa. Join her at 10:30 a.m. Saturday for Olaf’s Frozen Adventure Storytime. Stories, songs and fun await those who join in this frozen adventure.

Create some holiday spirit while creating holiday crafts. From cards to ornaments, Children’s Librarian Amanda Hairston will show you how to be ready for the holidays with personal flair.

Join her from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Harker Heights Public Library, 400 Indian Trail, for Holiday DIY Workshop and Activities.

The very young can explore art with Baby & Toddler Art Experience, a new library program. Each Tuesday, from Dec. 12 through Dec. 26, clay, paint, and paper art mediums will be introduced.

The 9 a.m. session gives those 18 months and younger opportunity to build small muscle skills, practice hand-eye coordination, and explore color and texture.

The 10 a.m. session gives those 19 months to 5 years the same opportunity, with younger siblings welcome to join in.

Infuse a little holiday spirit into your writing with the library’s own Writer’s Support Group. Meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday for warm camaraderie, and supportive feedback on any project, holiday-themed or not.

A special Reading Rovers Holiday Paw-ty at 6 p.m. Thursday, brings therapy dogs, and young readers together to celebrate with stories, crafts and photo opportunities.

Seasonal books for holiday reading pleasure:

“The Afterlife Of Holly Chase,” by Cynthia Hand;

“Blue Christmas,” by Mary Kay Andrews;

“Candlelight Christmas,” by Susan Wiggs;

“Chanukah Lights Everywhere,” by Michael Rosen;

“The Chaos Of Standing Still,” by Jessica Brody;

“Christmas In Cooperstown,” by David Kelly;

“Ghosts Of Greenglass House,” by Kate Milford;

“Hanukkah Lights,” by David Martin;

“Red And Lulu,” by Matt Tavares;

“The Sound Of Kwanzaa,” by Dimitrea Tokunbo.

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