Baseball fans, get ready for the season! Join us as Andrew Bramlett from the Kennesaw History Society shares fascinating, sometimes strange, stories of Atlanta’s long history with America’s pastime. Hear about the early teams, the strange coincidences, and the best
A book talk and discussion of Blood Moon: An Epic of War and Splendor in the Cherokee Nation by John Sedgwick, also author of Empire of the Summer Moon. Librarian and senior Cobb County Public Library staff member, James Camp, will recount the author’s
Think you know everything there is to know about our County? Test out your knowledge on some Cobb County trivia questions! Whether you like your questions as flat and easy as the Silver Comet Trail or as tough as climbing
Celebrate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution by attending a panel discussion on a broad range of important topics related to the Constitution. The panel will include: Mr. Edward Buckner, author, “In freedom we trust: an atheist guide to religious
Atlanta City fathers purchased six acres in 1850 to be a public burial ground for a young but fast-growing town that already had a population of more than 2,500. It was designed as a rural garden cemetery, a 19th Century innovation
Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong, Commander of the Apollo 11, was the first person to walk on the moon. In honor of this momentous event, NASA Solar System Ambassador Chris Thompson will provide a quick history of the Apollo program,
Why do old books smell funny? Why are some of grandma’s pictures black and white? Take a journey into the past with JoyEllen Williams – Special Collections Curator at Kennesaw State University – and explore the exciting world of archives
On exhibit from June 10- July 2, 2019, from the Kennesaw State University Museum of History and Holocaust Education. This moving exhibit documents the short life of Kitty Weichherz, a Czechoslovakian girl born in the same year as Anne Frank.