Cobb COVID-19 Community Response Fund

The Cobb Community Foundation has jumped into action and created the Cobb COVID-19 Community Response Fund to assist organizations and programs working to provide basic needs to families facing hardship due to the pandemic. Donations can be made directly to the fund or to other frontline charities by visiting the website. Details:

Support Your Local Library

There’s nothing better than enjoying fall’s cooling weather than by curling up with a good book. Donate to the Cobb Library Foundation and help to provide private support for the Cobb County Public Library System and strengthen the community’s commitment to its local libraries. Details:

Lend a Helping Hand at the Chattahoochee Nature Center

Since 1976, the Chattahoochee Nature Center has been connecting the community with the natural beauty of the city. You can help with their mission by volunteering for one of their many positions including wildlife care, horticulture, assisting with special events and more. Corporate, high school and youth positions are also available. Details: 9135 Willeo Rd.,

Marietta’s Oldest & Finest

The William Root House, built in 1845 and documented as one of Marietta’s oldest houses, is operated as a museum and offers a look into the daily life of historic Marietta. To mark the landmark’s 175th year, Cobb Landmarks & Historical Society has created a wish list for donors to gift repairs and upgrades to the house, including replacement shutters, security cameras and more. Details: 80 […]

Welcome Girls Inc. University!

Help girls grow to be smart, confident, bold leaders by supporting Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta. The organization recently launched Girls Inc. University for the 2020-21 school year, providing academic support to help girls successfully complete their virtual learning and assignments. Details: 461 Manget St.

Celebrity Fiber Artist

The inspiration for some of fiber artist Lynn Weinberg’s first kaleidoscopic creations came from an unusual source. While her husband, Winkler, was a medical school student in Augusta, GA, in the ‘70s, she worked side jobs to keep the household afloat. “It’s hard to support yourself as a fiber artist, so I was trained as an electron microscope technician. I started doing […]

Living 55 and Better in East Cobb

Local East Cobb developer, Patrick Clark, has been developing award-winning communities for over 30 years. As a 35-year resident of East Cobb, Patrick saw a unique opportunity right in his own back yard for a luxury, maintenance-free 55 and Better community in the heart of East Cobb. With aging parents living in another state, the concept held a very […]

How to Work for You

NOV 10 Work for Yourself 50+ Webinar (virtual) 10am-12pm This webinar aims to support, teach and offer resources to older adults seeking to work for themselves. Details:

Explore Marietta Square’s Art Scene

NOV 6 & DEC 4 What: Marietta Square Art Walk Where: Business district of Marietta Square When: 5-9pm Admission: Free The first Friday of every month, enjoy a self-guided walking tour of Marietta’s wondrous arts scene with galleries, musicians, bites and more. Details:

Booked for the Evening Gala

OCT 28: “Booked for the Evening Gala (virtual)” at 6:30pm For the Cobb Library Foundation’s virtual event, this year’s special guest is Chicken Soup for the Soul author Mark Victor Hansen. Details:, Cost: $35