Kids are having fun exploring American history with the America Rocks! program by the Youth Museum at Cobb County Public Libraries in June.
America Rocks! is for children ages 6-10. No registration required. Supplies limited to first 30 participants.
Join us on a journey through history and learn why America rocks! The Youth Museum is back with an exciting, interactive program that begins in 1776 and ends with you! We will perform skits (in costume!), have a chat with Ben Franklin, learn a secret code, and make our own puppet while we learn about how America started, what it means to be free, and uncover the stories of famous Americans and what they did for our country.
Monday, June 18, 2 pm: South Cobb Regional Library. 678-398-5828
Tuesday, June 19, 3 pm: Mountain View Regional Library. 770-509-2725
Wednesday, June 20, 3 pm: Gritters Library. 770-528-2524
Thursday, June 21, 11:30 am: Kennesaw Library, 770-528-2529
Friday, June 22, 11:30 am: West Cobb Regional Library, 770-528-4699
Wednesday, June 27, 1 pm: Vinings Library. 770-801-5330
The Youth Museum is a non-profit educational resource center offering children the opportunity to learn about significant historical, social, and cultural events through instructional activities which integrate arts and education while emphasizing personal involvement and participation. Learn more about them on their website theyouthmuseum.org/.