The musical artistry of classical guitarist Peter Fletcher can be heard at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library at 7 p.m. tonight. Light refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday offers two options for an evening of fun at the library.

Classic board games can be enjoyed by teens and adults at 6 p.m. for Turn Back Tuesday Board Games Night.

Fibre artists and needle crafters now have a place to socialize with other artists and crafters while working on individual projects. Sit and Knit begins 6 p.m.

Wednesday combines library resources and learning with the Homeschool Program at 11 a.m., and with the Science Club at 4:30 p.m.

Stories, games, and more make the library the place to be during Thursday Family Fun Night at 6 p.m.

The Book Discussion Club’s choice for October is “Killers Of The Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI,” by David Grann, and is available for reservation in digital and print format.

A blend of fiction and craft projects books for fall reading are among the new arrivals at the library.

“All Sewn Up: 35 Exquisite Projects Using Applique, Embroidery, and More,” by Chloe Owens;

“At The Table Of Wolves,” by Kay Kenyon;

“The Baker’s Secret,” by Stephen Kierman;

“Being-In-Dreaming,” by Florinda Donner-Grau;

“Black Moses,” by Alain Mabanckou;

“The Book Of Joan,” by Lidia Yuknavitch;

“Cosmic Commandos,” by Chris Eliopoulos;

“A Dash Of Dragon,” by Heidi Lang;

“Magic For Sale,” by Carrie Clickard;

“Mrs. Smith’s Spy School For Girls,” by Beth McMullen;

“Quilting On The Go: English Paper Piecing,” by Sharon Burgess.

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