The second phase of Cobb County Public Library’s reopening plan will open the doors of seven libraries across the county for the public to check-out items, use a limited number of public computers and other services, mostly through short visits
Outside book drops at Cobb County Public Libraries will reopen Tuesday, May 26th at all locations except two libraries, officials announced. The opening of the book drops is a step in the first of the reopening phases for the Cobb
Update, March 11, 2020: West Cobb Regional Library will remain closed through the weekend. The re-opening of the library is anticipated for early next week. Please return to www.cobbcat.org or www.cobbcounty.org for updates. West Cobb Regional Library is closed
In celebration of Women’s History Month, West Cobb Regional Library is proud to have local resident Mary-Ann Fitzpatrick share her career experiences in the United States Marines. Mary-Ann joined the U. S. Marines in 1949 shortly after The Women’s Services
The West Cobb morning book discussion group meets on the third Thursday each month. Come and share your favorite finds in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. We read a wide variety of literature including fiction, non-fiction, classics and new releases.
Join the West Cobb staff on Valentine’s Day for a discussion of Great Romances. We’ll enjoy conversation about your favorite authors, books, and movies. Share your recommendations and thoughts about book vs. movie, language, favorite couples, and romantic settings. Tea
School is out Monday, February 17 through Friday, February 21 for the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts as well as several independent schools and homeschool students. The Cobb County Public Library calendar is jam-packed with activities for the
Cobb County Public Libraries are presenting a variety of free events for all ages in honor of Black History Month 2020. The special programs include art, dance, historical research, movies and lectures highlighting prominent and lesser known stories in our