Cobb County Public Library’s Mid-Winter Reading Program February 17 – 23 | Grades K-8 Got the Mid-Winter blues? The library has a reading challenge and fun programs for you! The reading challenge is on! All K-8 public school students are challenged
School is out Monday, February 18 through Friday, February 22 for the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts as well as several independent schools and homeschool students. The Cobb County Public Library calendar is jam-packed with activities for the
Master Gardener Kathy McLean will lead Gardeners’ Night Out at the West Cobb Regional Library on Tuesday from 7 pm to 8 pm. The February 12th program on Propagating in Your Own Yard is free and open to the public.
Cobb County Public Libraries are presenting a variety of free events for all ages in honor of African American History Month 2019. The special programs include art, dance, historical research, movies, and lectures highlighting prominent and lesser known stories in
Escape that winter weather with a relaxing movie at Cobb County libraries. We have several upcoming flicks on the agenda. Our film collection ranges from classic to new releases. Family Movie Saturday at Switzer Library from noon – 2 pm will
School will be out the week of December 24th through early January for Cobb County and Marietta City schools as well as for many private and homeschool students for the holidays. We will have plenty of activities packed throughout the
Please note: Registration is closed for the Vision To Learn visit at Switzer Library on January 4th as all appointment spaces are filled. The Vision To Learn mobile clinic will return to Switzer Library in downtown Marietta on Friday, January
Cobb County Public Libraries and Cobb Senior Services officials have teamed up since 2015 to promote A Matter of Balance (MOB) workshops designed to reduce fall injuries in the county. Amy Woodell, Evidence-Based Coordinator for Cobb Senior Services, and Acworth