It is Career Week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
I used to be a Winnie the Pooh, but with the coronavirus lockdowns, self-isolations and social distancing, I lately have become more of an Eeyore.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library holds its Family Night on the library’s Facebook page every Thursday night beginning at 6 p.m., and last week’s Family Night centered on tea — just in time for Mother’s Day.
Friends, family and members of community organizations gathered in the parking lot of the Harker Heights Armed Forces Career Center on Sunday (while following safe social distancing guidelines and wearing masks) to wish Shequalle Paddy, Naja Mitchell, Jose Diaz Bota and Daniel Opoku a fond f…
It’s Science Week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, and several programs and activities have been posted online for kids to experience and take part in.
To better serve the needs of its diverse patrons,the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library has a trial subscription to Tumble Book Library that offers, among other things, puzzles and games, read-alongs, story books, and language learning for Spanish and French. Use the link found i…
In marriage we can generally agree there are different strengths and personalities between partners. Sometimes we see them manifest in decision making.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, in conjunction with the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department and the Harker Heights Activities Center, has been celebrating all things butterfly lately as, according to library director Lisa Youngblood, “An ongoing initiative to g…
It’s Mother’s Day weekend, and there are two special events taking place throughout the city of Harker Heights that will help families while away their time together, and that will prove to be a whole lot of fun for people of all ages.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is now open with new hours and offering two services to library patrons.
“Find the library at your place” is the theme of National Library Week.
In 2012 the local Art Quilt Study Group (AQSG) was looking for a project to work on. At that time, there were 12 international quilters who had joined together and were challenging themselves to make a 12- by 12- inch wall hanging using a word for inspiration.
In light of the recent social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people who are stuck at home are reading in their spare time.
I thought last year’s birthday was as bad as it would get, but the Universe has proven me wrong. As a matter of fact, the universe slapped me around like I was a ragdoll.
Many area residents have been enjoying the online storytimes that have been posted by the people at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library. Now, on Fridays, they can enjoy the special guest reader.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library’s Virtual Library is available 24/7 and with a library card you have access to a variety of resources.
In response to the coronavirus keeping people at home for the time being, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public library has been posting programs online that everyone can watch at home and that will designed to occupy children’s time.
Regina Dunlap of Harker Heights has battled the coronavirus over recent weeks and she now believes she has defeated the virus.
The coronavirus pandemic did not stop the show.
Like many other businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis, the gymnastic and cheer gym Texas Tumblers had to close its doors for all in-person recreational classes and team practices.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is teaming up with the Harker Heights Activity Center and the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation for Easter-themed online and at-home programs.
Continuing its commitment to be a dynamic resource for patrons and the community at large, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is employing available technologies to provide learning opportunities that continue some of its regular programing.
Five spouses of Fort Hood soldiers deployed to Eastern Europe with 1st Battalion, 5th U.S. Cavalry Regiment, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, and 1st Cavalry Division were supposed to be on their way to Romania last Saturday — but the COVID-19 virus got in the way.
Though the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library may be temporarily closed (and will be for about another month, at least), that doesn’t mean that library staff has been at rest.
Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would live to see an illness that would sweep the entire world and take the lives of so many.
2009 Harker Heights High School graduate Kelsey Pribilski already hosts her own online television show, “BBQuest.” She has a long list of acting credits to her name. And she now also hosts her very own podcast, “Gawkward.”
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and in response to the current shelter in place orders, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library will be adding new online storytimes for the community to help little ones and families while away their time.
It is amazing to me how a tiny little virus bug can change an entire world.
Even though the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is now closed for walk-in and drive-through service until further notice, their Virtual Library is available 24/7. It offers access to eBooks for reading or listening options. Go to http://www.ci.harker-heights.tx.us/virtuallibra…