The holiday season is here, and this weekend is a mix of the festive and the calmat the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.

The festivities begin with the Teen Holiday Bash from 2 to 4 p.m. this Friday afternoon celebrating all the winter holidays.

Calm can be found with Yoga with Tawni from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, providing an hour of heart health yoga to find balance and strength.

Traditional stories and songs at 6 p.m. Thursday will be the feature of the evening’s Christmas Stories family program.

DVDs for a family activity include “Agatha Raisin,” “Elena of Avalor,” “Finding Dory,” “The Jungle Book,” “PAW Patrol: Pups Save Christmas,” and “Peter Pan.”

Christmas is next Sunday, and the library will be closed Friday, Dec. 24 and Monday, Dec. 25.

Recent nonfiction arrivals:

“The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks About Race,” edited by Jesmyn Ward; “Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race,” by Margot Lee Shetterly; “Miss Paul And The President: The Creative Campaign for Women’s Right to Vote,” by Dean Robbins; and “My Own Words,” by Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Featured new young adult fiction:

“Bright Smoke, Cold Fire,” by Rosamund Hodge; “A Darkly Beating Heart,” by Lindsay Smith; “Dial Em For Murder: She Wanted to Write a Mystery, Not Live it,” by Marni Bates; “Last Seen Leaving,” by Caleb Roehrig; “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children,” by Ransom Riggs; “Scythe,” by Neal Shusterman; and “Still Life With Tornado,” by A. S. King.

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