WellStar nutrition workshop


The Summit Trio, St. Catherine's Episcopal Church, East Cobb weekend events
The Summit Trio will be performing Sunday at St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church.

We’ve got a short, but impactful selection of East Cobb weekend events on tap through the extended holiday weekend (and please do check out our full calendar listings for more):

  • On Saturday, you can get your diet, health and nutrition plans in order for the new year at a special presentation by WellStar from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the East Cobb Library (4880 Lower Roswell Road). A nutrition expert will be on hand providing tips on making dietary changes. The workshop is free but registration is required by calling 770-509-2730;
  • The Sewell Mill Library and Cultural Center (2051 Lower Roswell Road) continues its horror movie series from 11-1 Saturday with a screening of “The Girl With All the Gifts,” a  2016 British post-apocalyptic zombie thriller directed by Colm McCarthy. It’s free and you can bring your own food and drink to the black box theater, but the film is for adults only;
  • The concert series at St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church (571 Holt Road) continues Sunday at 4 p.m. with a performance by The Summit Trio, Kennesaw State University faculty members specializing in the piano, violin and cello. The event is free but free-will donations will be accepted;
  • On Monday, school will be out and local government closed in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday. The official Cobb County and Cobb NAACP celebration is from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday at Turner Chapel AME Church (492 North Marietta Parkway), with WSB TV’s Fred Blankenship serving as emcee.

Did we miss anything? Do you have a calendar listing to share, for this weekend or beyond? Let us know! E-mail your information to: calendar@eastcobbnews.com and we’ll post it right away. Have a great weekend!


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