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National Best Selling Author Holds Book Signing at South Cobb Library in Mableton

National Best Selling Author Holds Book Signing at South Cobb Library in Mableton

Atlanta, GA--  Margaret Johnson-Hodge will be having a meet and greet with fans and readers of her various books.  Ms. Hodge has just finished her 10th book, entitled In Search of Tennessee Sunshine.

She will be at the South Cobb Library in Mableton on February 24th at 6pm.  All are encouraged to attend.

$10 General Admission Ticket to The Brand New Kid, produced by Synchronicity Theatre ($18 value)

$10 General Admission Ticket to The Brand New Kid, produced by Synchronicity Theatre ($18 value)

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2 Events This Week at South Cobb Library in Mableton

2 Events This Week at South Cobb Library in Mableton

Mableton, GA--  In celebration of Black History Month, several more events are planned at Cobb libraries. Residents are invited to meet and greet children's author Keven R. Lynch 6 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 22, at South Cobb Regional Library. Lynch will read from and discuss her book, "What's a Buffalo Soldier?"

Award winning author Margaret Johnson Hodge will also have a meet and greet at South Cobb Regional Library 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 24. She is the author of several books, including "In Search of Tennessee Sunshine" and "True Lies."

The South Cobb library is located at 805 Clay Road in Mableton. For more information, call 678-398-5828 

Mark Your Calendar Early; Cobb libraries host events to celebrate Black History Month

Cobb County, GA--  (submitted by Cobb County Communications)

Cobb Public Library System staff will host many events throughout February in celebration of African American History Month. The Cobb African American Connection open house will be held 4-7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 1, at the Central Library, 266 Roswell St., Marietta. Residents are encouraged to drop by the Georgia Room for a chance to explore the Cobb African American Connection Web page, which is a growing collection of materials highlighting the cultural life and contributions of people of African descent in Marietta and Cobb County. The open house will also feature a reading of "What's a Buffalo Soldier?" by the author, Keven R. Lynch. For more information, call 770-528-2320.

Atlanta Tech Announces Design Competition for K-12 Students

Atlanta Tech Announces Design Competition for K-12 Students

Atlanta, GA--  (submitted by Atlanta Area Tech)

Atlanta Technical College is now accepting entries for the 15th annual Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW) student design competition.  The contest is open to all area elementary, middle and high school students.  Designs must be received by the Atlanta Technical College Office of Communications by Tuesday, February 8.

Elementary school children may compete in the placemat competition; middle schoolers in the poster contest and high students in the T-shirt design competition.  The artwork submitted to Atlanta Technical College will be entered in the statewide competition where three winners will be chosen in each of the three groupings.  The first-, second- and third-place winners in each category will be honored at the Governor’s Awards Luncheon on April 28 at the Georgia International Convention Center.  At that time the governor of Georgia will present each winner with a certificate, a

Last Opportunity to Audition for the Big MLK Celebration concert

Last Opportunity to Audition for the Big MLK Celebration concert

Performers seeking to be part of the entertainment at the 25th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., celebration have one opportunity to audition at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 8.

Auditions will be held at Jennie T. Anderson Theatre in the Cobb Civic Center, 548 South Marietta Parkway, Marietta.

Audition slots are limited. If you are interested in participating, RSVP as soon as possible to 770-528-8490. For more information, call 770-425-5757.

Those selected from audition will take part in the Jan.

Bank of America Customers Get Free Museum Day on Jan. 1 & 2

Bank of America Customers Get Free Museum Day on Jan. 1 & 2

Atlanta, GA--  

Not getting enough culture in your life? Let Bank of America’s Museums on Us® program enhance your cultural enrichment in the New Year. Through the program, cardholders receive free admission to some of the best cultural venues in the nation on January 1 and 2. As part of Museums on Us, now in its 14th season, more than 140 leading U.S. cultural institutions, including museums, historical sites, science centers and zoos, open their doors for free to bank cardholders on the first full weekend of each month.