South Cobb Regional Library is hosting a Financial Aid 101 Workshop on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The free January 14th program for students and their parents will cover the process for completing the FAFSA, applying for Georgia’s
Cobb County Public Library System offers free introductory tech classes on the skills of using a computer, email, e-Readers, job searching, personal finance and more. Registration is required and space is limited, unless indicated otherwise. Upcoming January classes include: Tuesday,
The first Gardeners’ Night Out program of 2017, presented by Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County, is Aeroponics: The Future of Urban Gardening at East Cobb Library on Tuesday from 7 pm to 8 pm. Certified Health Coach Severin Garrett
South Cobb High School 2013 graduate Halimo Hassen has been named a Schwarzman Scholar – one of 129 students from throughout the world recently receiving a full scholarship to complete a one-year master’s degree program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
The December 7th First Wednesday in the Georgia Room program at the Switzer Library will cover Genealogy and Social Media. The free program is from 7 to 8 p.m. The First Wednesday series focuses on a range of topics involving
In honor of Computer Science Education Week (December 5 – 11, 2016) and Georgia Day of Code (December 9), special free Hour of Code events are being held at Cobb County libraries. In what has become a global movement, the Hour
“Where’s Milton?” For Milton Freels, a library technician at the Sweetwater Valley Library in Austell, working in his part-time role as a public servant is a good fit. He knows many of the library branch’s patrons by name. Many ask
There are 57 people in the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame at the University of Georgia. Today, Marietta native Bill Shipp, a newspaper reporter, editor and author known for groundbreaking journalistic skills – and for raising the blood pressure of political