Area Lions Clubs will offer free vision screenings at Cobb County Public Libraries in September for children and adults. Lions Club volunteers use a screening device to detect possible vision issues that require follow-up professional care. The Vision Screening events
Programs by public safety officials serving Cobb County are a highlight of every summer at your public libraries. Upcoming public safety programs include K-9 officers, the Medical Examiner’s office and Cobb County 911: Meet the Medical Examiner at Kennesaw Library on
“Mumferd Safety Tales” events are on the 2018 Summer Reading Program calendar! A star of Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre, Mumferd entertains children and is a champion of healthy and safe communities. Upcoming programs at Cobb libraries include: Mumferd Learns About
Arctic, not Artic. Terrific, not terific, Success, not sucess. Spelling difficult words can be tough. Especially in front of a crowd. A trio of Cobb County Public Library staff members is ready for the challenge. A Cobb library team will
(Marietta, Ga. – January 16) Starting officially today, Cobb County Public Library digital and print resources are accessible for the county’s more than 120,000 public school students through the initiative called Library PASS – Public Library Access for Student Success.
Free health screening and Tai Chi events are scheduled for Monday through Friday, September 18-22, at Cobb County public libraries in support of the Falls Prevention Awareness Initiative. For the third year, the Cobb County Public Library is partnering with
Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention will be presented at the East Cobb Library on Tuesday at 2 pm. The one-hour demonstration class is the first of four offered in September with support from Cobb Senior Services at Cobb County public libraries. Fitness
The American Red Cross will be at South Cobb Regional Library in Mableton for a blood drive on Monday, July 31st from 3 pm to 7 pm. “Donating blood makes a big difference in the lives of others.” Every two