Several frighteningly fun activities are on the Cobb County Public Libraries calendar for children as the end of October is on the horizon. Check these spooky events to wrap-up your October: Family Fun Time at East Cobb Library on Wednesday,
The Pawed Piper written by Michelle Robinson and illustrated by Chinlun Lee tells the tale of an ambitious little girl who sets out with a plan to get a cat just like her grandmother’s cat. But what happens when her
National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated September 15 through October 15. Cobb County Public Libraries are celebrating with several events, including: Bilingual Storytime: Cuentos Bilingues at Switzer Library every Wednesday from 4 pm – 4:30 pm starting on October 2.
School is out September 23-27 for students and staff of the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts, and some area private schools and homeschoolers. Upcoming Cobb County Public Library Fall Break events and activities include: Join us at the
“At night, a little girl imagines she is a mermaid, making daring rescues with the help of her animal friends. And when she wakes up, she can’t help but notice that her hair still smells a bit like the sea.”
The next round of Gardeners’ Night Out programs at Cobb County Public Libraries starts at East Cobb Library on August 20th at 7 pm. Gardeners’ Night Out sessions are free and open to the public. Master Gardener Cris Force will
Cobb County Public Libraries offer a variety of free tutoring sessions and computer classes to help adults with basic computer literacy such as typical computer use, e-mail, and introductions to the free databases. Upcoming tech classes and tutoring sessions at
Children with public library cards in Cobb County and throughout Georgia now have free access to almost 15,000 digital books through the new online eRead Kids collection. The eRead Kids digital library of electronic books and audiobooks for children from