Stratton Library is hosting special events during Spring Break week for teens and young adults seeking job opportunities, including a Job Fair with several area employers on Wednesday, April 3. More than 40 people attended the Teen Resume Workshop presented by
Spring Break 2019 is April 1-5. Students and staff members of the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts, and the communities of area private schools and homeschoolers have many options for Spring Break events and activities for all ages
Master Gardener Petra Marie will present Creating a Butterfly Garden on Monday, March 18 at 7 p.m. at the Powder Springs Library, 4181 Atlanta Street, Powder Springs 30127, to kick-off her Everyday Home and Gardening series. Topics for the Monday
Teen Tech Week 2019 is officially March 3-9. Cobb County Public Libraries are showcasing digital resources and more throughout March – and year-round – to encourage teens to become competent users of technology and to have fun. The theme of
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.
February 13th is this month’s start date for Gale Courses offered by Cobb County Public Libraries. The online, instructor-led courses have a variety of topics to choose from that are free for Cobb County library cardholders. Gale Courses are six-week, 12-session
“A mystery that has survived decades, the loss of the Titanic two hundred miles off the coast of North America remains a defining moment in American history.” Ghosts of the Titanic by Charles R. Pellegrino is just one of the
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