Celebrate National Library Week, April 7-13, with special events and activities at your Cobb County Public Libraries. Sponsored by the American Library Association, the 2019 theme for National Library Week is Libraries = Strong Communities. The theme highlights the value of
Stratton Library is hosting special events during Spring Break week for teens and young adults seeking job opportunities, including a Job Fair with several area employers on Wednesday, April 3. More than 40 people attended the Teen Resume Workshop presented by
Spring Break 2019 is April 1-5. Students and staff members of the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts, and the communities of area private schools and homeschoolers have many options for Spring Break events and activities for all ages
Cobb County Public Libraries are presenting a variety of free events for all ages in honor of African American History Month 2019. The special programs include art, dance, historical research, movies, and lectures highlighting prominent and lesser known stories in
Several frighteningly fun events are on the Cobb County Public Libraries calendar for children through the end of October. Check out one or more of our spooky events – “Did you hear that?” – happening near you soon: Spooked by Books
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
Stratton Library will offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes each Tuesday, 6 pm to 7:30 pm, from June 19 through August 21, 2018. The free ESL classes are offered in partnership with Family Kickstart Georgia. Participants must register.
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.