Stop by and paint a paper plate necklace that evokes the beautiful beaded jewelry worn by the Maasai people of Kenya and Tanzania. Learn about the Maasai and the history and symbolism involved in the jewelry.
Churches have always been an important part of the African-American community, especially in the rural south. Please join staff from Switzer Library’s Georgia Room to learn the history of several prominent Georgia African-American churches and the genealogical records of their
Join us at Switzer Library on Saturday, September 17 from 2 pm to 4 pm for the 3rd Annual Heritage Program presented by the Cobb County Storytelling Cluster. This year’s event promises to be spellbinding. In keeping with the definition of heritage,
Parents may find themselves talked into extra bedtime stories now that summer has officially started and the hours of daylight are at a peak. The Summer Solstice by Ellen Jackson explains the science behind the longest day of the year and the
Fuel your Wanderlust with cultural programs offered this summer at your Cobb County libraries. Find more cultural programs at cobbcat.org/srpcultural. COBB Cooks the Book! at Mountain View Regional Library on Tuesday, May 24 from 7 pm to 8 pm. The focus of this
Olive Ann Burns, Mary Hood and Alfred Uhry are the 2014 inductees of the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame. The University of Georgia Libraries recently announced the authors will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in a fall 2014