Non-profit 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. No walk-ins will be accepted. You
Join the Cobb County Watershed Stewardship Program for 2018 Summer Reading events at Cobb County Public Libraries throughout the community. Libraries Rock! We’ll read The Learning Walk by Paul Showers and experiment with sounds using traditional instruments, make noises with
Book discussion groups meet at Cobb County Public Libraries regularly to cover a range of topics and interests. Book clubs are fun social gatherings and a good way to meet your neighbors. Expand your knowledge about the world and literature.
Cobb County public libraries offer storytime for young children featuring stories, talking, singing and a great chance for everybody to socialize. Storytime supports early literacy development and is a great way to meet your neighbors. Upcoming Storytimes include: Pop-in Preschool
Celebrate National Library Week, April 8-14, with special events and activities at your Cobb County public libraries. Sponsored by the American Library Association, the 2018 theme for National Library Week is LIBRARIES LEAD. Ballet dancer and bestselling author Misty Copeland is
Cobb County public libraries present storytime programs at many locations for babies and toddlers featuring picture books, talking, singing and a great chance for everybody to socialize! Upcoming Storytimes include: Baby Storytime at Acworth Library on March 19, 10:15 am
Early childhood literacy helps children develop analytical thinking skills, stimulates creativity and encourages kids to learn. Cobb County public libraries offers storytime at many locations for babies and young kids featuring stories, talking, singing and a great chance for everybody
Looking for something to do with your little ones? Cobb County Public Libraries has a variety of storytimes for young kids to enjoy! Storytime is a great way for children to socialize and stimulate their minds. Several studies have proven