This summer is packed with special programs at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library. Activities for children, teens, adults and families are scheduled all summer, including reading clubs, camps, workshops, trips and performances designed to keep minds stimulated and engaged while school is out.

The first program to start is the Summer Reading Club. The club is more than just reading books. Members can peruse magazines, newspapers and graphic novels. Children can sign up beginning in June.

Teens who want to make friends and a difference in their community can volunteer at the library this summer. They can gain job skills and earn volunteer hours for clubs and classes. Call 254-953-5491 for more information.

The Building Blocks Club will meet on Mondays as well as on its regular fourth Saturday of the month.

A Craft Club will meet on Tuesdays. A Critter Club will meet on Wednesdays to learn about pet care.

Toddler Time is at 9 a.m. Thursdays. Storytime is at 10 a.m. Thursdays.

The Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Beyblade Club will meet on Saturdays.

The Family Scrapbooking Club will meet on its regular second Saturday of the month.

Family Fun Night has something every Thursday.

Come and learn some basic American Sign Language paired with songs during a “Sign and Sing” program Thursday.

New books: “The Snow Queen,” by Michael Cunningham; “Germany,” by Eyewitness Travel; “On Such a Full Sea,” by Chan-Rae Lee; “Mister Owita’s Guide to Gardening,” by Carol Wall.

New books on tape: “Destroyer Angel” by Nevada Barr; “Vintage” by Susan Gloss; “Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty” by Diane Keaton; “The Master of Disguise” by Antonio J. Mendez; “The Hundred-Foot Journey” by Richard C. Morais; “Letter Composed During A Lull in the Fighting” by Kevin Powers.

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