Cobb County Library

Local libraries do so much more than story times, and all the programming is free! Crafts, gaming days, celebrations, and hands-on workshops make a visit to a nearby branch an exciting experience beyond book check-out. Here are a few you’ll want to know about in October:

Aesop’s Fantastic Fables Puppet Show
Five Forks Branch  /  Oct. 14, 10:30 a.m.
Lee Bryan weaves three classic tales into one zany puppet show with music, hand puppets, rod puppets and a behind-the-scenes demonstration.

Acworth Library  /  Oct. 22, 3:30 p.m.
LEGO lovers unite! Visit the library to participate in a group build using the branch’s brick collection.

Read to Rover
Stone Mountain-Sue Kellogg Library  /  Oct. 26, noon-1 p.m.
Elementary school students can read aloud to Bogey, a trained therapy dog, to sharpen their skills.

Children’s Author Visit: Erik Oliver
Central Library  /  Oct. 29, 10:30 a.m.
The author of Kid Cavalier on a Halloween Quest visits Fulton’s Central Branch with a fun rhyming story that inspires keeping a positive attitude through life’s ups and downs. 

Cobb County Libraries Semi-Annual Book Sale
Jim R. Miller Park  /  Oct. 11-13
It’s free to browse, but you’ll want to buy when books, magazines, homeschool resources, and other used library media go on sale for 10 cents to $5!

For more library event info, visit these county library websites:

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