Have you ever wondered what the city of Kennesaw looked like long before it became the busy town it is today?

Learn about the city’s history and growth by joining us at Kennesaw Library on Saturday, May 20 from 2 pm to 3:30 pm to hear guest speaker Joe Bozeman, President of The Kennesaw Historical Society discuss how Kennesaw has progressed into the city it is today.

Bozeman’s presentation will include stories and pictures of Kennesaw through the years. Whether you have lived in Kennesaw all of your life or you are new to the area, you’ll learn about all the things Kennesaw has to offer.

From the importance of the railways preserved in the archives at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History to the expansion of the city, this educational presentation and trip through the past is family friendly for all ages.

Kennesaw Library is located at 2250 Lewis Street, Kennesaw 30144. (770) 528-2529


The Kennesaw Historical Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the ongoing history and heritage of the city of Kennesaw, Georgia.

“Build a Better World” is the theme for the library’s 2017 Summer Reading Program for all ages. For information on events at Cobb County public libraries, visit www.cobbcat.org.


‘Kennesaw: Then and Now’: A Special Program at Kennesaw Library on Saturday, May 20th