During this holiday season, patrons can enjoy cultural and educational programs at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.

Both the sciences and the arts are represented this week as the library responds to emerging interests of younger patrons, and provides fun and learning experiences.

And the library is hosting a party, another fun cultural event bringing patrons, neighbors, and friends of the library together.

Building Blocks Club.

Construction with LEGOS, Magna Tiles, and more will be under way 2 p.m. Saturday.

Baby & Toddler Art Experience.

Art for the young is offered to expand a child’s creativity and imagination while building small muscle skills, and practicing hand-eye coordination. Parents and caregivers can introduce art concepts through this exploratory program.

Times are 9 a.m. for ages 18 months and younger, and 10 a.m. for ages 19 months and older on Tuesday.

The Library Family New Year’s Eve party.

Ringing in the new year is a fun family event anticipating what a new year will bring 6 p.m. Thursday.

A collection of newly arrived fiction books includes the following titles for enjoyable Season’s Readings from the library:

“The Address,” by Fiona Davis;

“American Drifter,” by Heather Graham and Chad Michael Murray;

“Autumn,” by Karl Ove Knausgård;

“Behold The Dreamers,” by Imbolo Mbue;

“The Disappearance Of Adèle Bedeau,” by Graeme Macrae Burnet;

“Kiss Carlo,” by Adriana Trigiani;

“The Luster Of Lost Things,” by Sophie Chen Keller;

“One Station Away,” by Olaf Olafsson;

“Perfect Shadow,” by Brent Weeks;

“Playing With Fire,” by Tess Gerritsen;

“The Promise Of Dawn,” by Lauraine Snelling;

“Silvia’s Rose,” by Jerry Eicher;

“The Wind In His Heart,” by Charles De Lint.

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