Music, magic, and math are only the beginning of what the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library has lined up for this weekend.

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month.

Families, friends of the library, and music lovers are invited to an evening of Jazz At The Library featuring the Dave Wild Trio at 6:30 p.m. today.

Steam into the future at the STEAM Ahead Arts and Science Festival.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., families can visit art displays, watch performances, and participate in activities that explore every component of STEAM.

This is a collaborative program supported by Friends of the Library, Central Texas College Child Development Department, and Central Texas Association for the Education of Young Children, and brings the latest information of educating children in science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

Put some magic into the weekend.

The Fantastic Kent Cummins will appear at 2 p.m. for a one-show engagement to thrill and amaze audience members with feats of magic.

Learn more about science, technology, engineering, art, or math with these new books at the library.

“303 Preschooler-Approved Exercises + Active Games,” by Kimberly Wechsler; “Careers If You Like Science,” by Gail Snyder; “Caroline’s Comets: A True Story,” by Emily Arnold McCully; “Curious George Discovers Recycling,” by H. A. Rey; “Down Comes The Rain,” by Franklyn Branley; “Guys, What Are You Doing? by Bong Sun Yoon; “Hatching Chicks In Room 6,” by Caroline Arnold; “How Do Aqueducts Work?” by Greg Roza; “Isaac The Alchemist: Secrets of Isaac Newton, Revealed,” by Mary Losure; “Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing,” by Kay Haring.

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