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
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 offers a variety of free tutoring sessions and computer classes to help adults with basic computer literacy such as typical computer use and e-mail. Upcoming classes include: Tech Tutoring Tuesdays is offered every Tuesday in May at West
Introductory computer classes offered by the Cobb County Public Library includes sessions for learning the general skills of using a computer, e-mail and other basic technology. The tech classes are free. Registration is required, unless stated otherwise. Space is limited.
The Cobb County Public Library calendar is jam-packed as area students are on mid-winter break. School is out Monday, February 19 through Friday, February 23 for the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts as well as several independent schools
Storytime programs for babies and young kids. Activities for children enjoying a week away from the classroom. Several programs are being squeezed into the calendar around the Thanksgiving holidays at your Cobb County Public Library. We encourage children to read