Did you know that Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park in Cobb County has a vast history of untold stories? This summer we have several programs for children showcasing the historical and natural artifacts of Kennesaw Mountain’s almost 3,000 acres and centuries of history.

Upcoming events include:

School Age Fun with Ranger Jake at West Cobb Regional Library on Wednesday, June 26 from 3 pm – 3:45 pm. Participants will learn about national parks and then get the opportunity to make their own park with provided materials.  770-528-4699.

Create a National Park with Ranger Jake at Gritters Library on Monday, July 8 from 3 pm – 4 pm. School age children will learn about national parks and create their own stories and make their own mini-park. 770-528-2524.

Ranger Jake visits the Library at Kemp Library on Wednesday, July 10 from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Kids will learn about the civil war and play a game from The William Root House Museum and Garden. Children 9 and younger must be accompanied by a caregiver. 770-528-2527.

A Raging Good Time  at Lewis A Ray Library on Wednesday July 17 from 11 am – noon with Ranger Jake. Learn about historical and natural artifacts in the park. Children 9 and younger must be accompanied by a caregiver. 770-801-5335.

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield in a Box at Sewell Mill Library and Cultural Center on Thursday July 18 from 11 am – noon. Ranger Amanda will teach kids about the park’s natural history. Daycares and camps, please call 770-509-4936 one week in advance so we can plan for space.

For more events like these visit www.cobbcat.org.

Explore History and Nature with a National Parks Service Ranger @ the Library