Join us @ Switzer Library for an afternoon of cultural enrichment as we explore the history of African delicacy and dance. Celebrate Black History Month with tasty African inspired Jolloff rice as we share African recipes to add to your
Looking for teens to learn African dance and perform on the Switzer library African American celebration day. You don’t have to be an expert dancer but we need fast learners. Two left feet and lack of rhythm are not required,
One-Hit Wonder Day was established by music journalist Steve Rosen back in 1990 to pay tribute to those who have had their five minutes (or less) of fame and subsequently vanished, leaving us only a catchy tune to remember them by.
We are having a dance party at the West Cobb Regional Library! Join us as we get fit and feel great, dance along to our favorite tunes found on the website, GoNoodle! This is an active program, so be sure
Wee Readers is an interactive story time designed to help your child develop a love for reading through stories, song, dance and play! Our June story time will focus on colors! The featured story is Dog’s Colorful Day by Emma Dodd.
Bring the whole family along to watch Descendants on the big screen in our Black Box Theater! This is no ordinary showing– everyone is welcome to sing and dance along with the movie as it plays! Descendants (rated TV-G) is a 2015
Scottish Country Dancing Fun: Put the ‘Fizz’ in your Summer! at East Cobb Library is scheduled for Saturday, 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Join us for an upbeat demonstration and class performed by the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, Atlanta