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February 2020

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Register Now for Spring Sports and Activities  

It may be cold outside, but now is the time to register for sports and activities for the spring season. Many sports and activities have registrations in January and February including baseball, softball, soccer, track, tennis and BMX. Our youth league programs are administered by volunteer organizations, so dates and times of registrations will vary.  For specific information on the activities your child is interested in, see the athletics web page. Here you will find information on youth baseball, softball, soccer, track and BMX. Many registration deadlines are fast approaching - don't be left out!

Adult spring softball and ultimate frisbee registration begins in February. For those interested, you can download a registration packet (available in February) on the adult softball and ultimate frisbee web page. See the athletics web page for a listing of all programs.

Registration in Progress for Tennis Apprentice Program

Cobb Tennis Centers and USTA-Atlanta are teaming up once again to provide a program for beginner youth and adults to learn how to play tennis. Sponsored by USTA-Atlanta, the "Tennis Apprentice" program will provide instruction to teach beginners the basics and work towards competing in beginner USTA leagues. Students will receive six weeks of instruction, free introductory league registration, a free tennis racket and free USTA membership! All this for the introductory-to-tennis fee of $49 for youth and $50 for adults. For information, contact your closest Cobb Tennis Center. You can register for the program directly at the USTA-Atlanta 'Tennis Apprentice' website. The registration deadline for the spring session is quickly approaching, so sign-up soon!

Vendors invited to submit applications for Spring Arts Fest

The second annual Spring Arts Fest will be held at Mable House Complex on Saturday, March 21 and festival vendors are encouraged to submit their applications now. This event celebrates and promotes the arts in metro Atlanta. Last year's festival featured an artists and crafters market, artist demos, food trucks, a beer and wine garden and live performances from local groups. The application deadline is Tuesday, February 4.

For the full application, click here.

For more information, call (770) 819-3285 or email marie.jernigan@cobbcounty.org

Lifeguard Training Classes

If you are interested in becoming a lifeguard, the Cobb County Aquatic Centers will be offering Lifeguard Training Classes this spring beginning in February. The course is designed to train participants to be effective professional lifeguards. After successful completion of this course, participants will be certified for two years in the following: Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR/AED for the professional rescuer (C-PRO). Classes in February will be offered at the West Cobb Aquatic Center beginning Monday, February 11. For more information or to register please contact West Cobb Aquatic Center at (770) 222-6700.

Upcoming Events

For a full listing of upcoming activities and events, visit the Cobb County Master Event Calendar.

Upcoming Registrations

We are proud to offer a wide range of activities and events throughout the year for the whole family! Visit cobbparks.org for more information.

General progam information can be found below:
Arts & Theater
Educational Programs
Trails & Hunting
Recreation Centers

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Natural Resources
Recreation Centers
East Cobb Park
Jennie T. Anderson Theatre
Cobb Civic Center
Mable House Barnes Ampitheatre
Mable House Arts Center
The Art Place - Mountain View
The Art Station - Big Shanty
Sewell Mill Library and Cultural Center
Cobblestone Golf Course
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