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REGISTRATION FULL Free Eye Exams and Glasses by Vision To Learn: July 1 @ South Cobb Regional Library
Wednesday, July 1 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Update: All appointment spaces are full for the July 1 and July 2 Vision To Learn visit at South Cobb Library; space remains available for VTL clinics in July at Cobb libraries, including the July 28 and 29 South Cobb visits.
The Vision To Learn mobile clinic will visit South Cobb Regional Library on Wednesday, July 1 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 pm. Vision To Learn will offer vision screenings, eye exams, and, if necessary, glasses for children ages 5-18.
These services are free and will be provided at no cost to you.
Space is limited and registration is required. For the Registration Form for the July 1 clinic and more information, please visit here.
During Summer Break, Vision To Learn visits are scheduled for four Cobb County Public Library locations. Also scheduled for visits from 9:30 am to 3 pm are:
- Sibley Library, 1539 South Cobb Drive SE, Marietta 30060: Thursday, July 30, Registration is full for VTL at Sibley on June 29, June 30, and July 31.
- South Cobb Regional Library, 805 Clay Road, Mableton 30126: Tuesday, July 28, and Wednesday, July 29. Registration is full for the July 1 and July 2 clinics at South Cobb.
- North Cobb Regional Library, 3535 Old 41 Highway NW, Kennesaw 30144: Monday, July 13; Tuesday, July 14, and Wednesday, July 15.
- Gritters Library, 880 Shaw Park Road, Marietta 30066: Thursday, July 16 and Friday, July 17.
Vision To Learn’s Atlanta area program is supported by the Atlanta Hawks Foundation. Launched in Los Angeles in 2012, Vision To Learn entered Georgia in 2017 and is now in 13 states.
Cobb libraries have hosted Vision To Learn visits during School Breaks since mid-2018 with more than 400 children receiving free glasses. The visits were the first for Vision To Learn in Cobb County and at a Georgia Public Library.
Collective Impact in Action: The upcoming Vision To Learn events are part of Cobb County Public Libraries’ efforts to collaborate with organizations offering “bright spots” identified by Learn4Life (L4L), the Metro Atlanta Regional Education Partnership, for improving “cradle to career” success.
L4L is powered by the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the Atlanta Regional Commission, the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, and the United Way of Greater Atlanta together with metro school districts, non-profits, businesses, and communities. www.l4lmetroatlanta.org