Cobb County Youth Museum 649 Cheatham Hill Dr SW, Marietta, GA30064 Cobb County Youth Museum located off Whitlock Dr. in Marietta offers children of all ages a chance to learn history and…More social and cultural events using visual and media avenues through the integration of instructional and hands on activities. School bus tours are available with reservations only September through May. Admission is $7 per person.
Georgia State Government Regional Youth Detention Centers 1575 County Services Pkwy SW, Marietta, GA30008 The state Department of Juvenile Justice provides supervision, detention and a wide range of treatment and educational…More services for young people referred to the department through the state juvenile court system. This detention center, designed to detain up to 60 males and 10 females, serves as one of more than 20 such centers in the state designed to house students sentenced to short-term incarceration by the courts.
Fair Oaks Park 1460 W Booth Road Ext SW, Marietta, GA30008 Fair Oaks Park is a very large complex containing two baseball fields, two soccer fields, a softball/football field, a…More multi-purpose court, a playground, three picnic pavilions, two concession buildings, recreation renter, tennis center with 12 courts and a sand volleyball court. It also offers programs in tennis, youth football, youth basketball, youth soccer, adult flag football and adult soccer.
CoachVTennis 1001 Burnt Hickory Rd NW, Marietta, GA30064 CoachVTennis is a tennis school located in Marietta. The school offers private tennis lessons as well as performance…More training for tennis players of all skill levels. Adult and youth classes are offered, starting for kids ages 4 and up. For further inquiries about rates, call CoachVTennis.
The Emmanuel Baptist Church 1785 Aircraft Dr SE, Marietta, GA30060 The Emmanuel Baptist Church (Iglesia Bautista Emanuel) has Sunday service at 10am, and youth programs as well. The…More church also offers child care services during church services, and outreach programs for the community.
First Presbyterian 105 Denmead St NE, Marietta, GA30060 First Presbyterian is located on Denmead Street facing Powder Springs Road. The congregation ranges from students to…More professionals to retirees. First Presbyterian offers several programs, such as mothers morning out, youth programs, preschool and vacation Bible school.
St James' Episcopal Church 161 Church St NE, Marietta, GA30060 St James' Episcopal Church located in historic Marietta offers a variety of worship services. St James' Episcopal Church…More provides an on-site preschool and several youth programs.
Cobb Futbol Club 25 Whitlock Pl SW, Marietta, GA30064 Cobb Futbol Club is a youth soccer club that falls under USYSA region 3. It offers competitive and non-competitive…More events for children and young adults between the ages of three and nineteen. They promote player development and healthy competition in an environment that is suitable for all who wish to participate. They also support local high school soccer.
History Makers International Ministries 65 Atlanta St SE, Marietta, GA30060 History Makers International Ministries is located on Atlanta Street right before the Marietta Square. It focuses…More on Christian ministry and the importance of men and women of all ages coming together and participating in the miracle of the word. It offers Bible study, youth nights and more. Visit the website for more information.
Cobb Works 463 Commerce Park Dr SE, Marietta, GA30060
Cobb Works is a federally-funded employment agency. Its services include job recruitment, online job listings,…More certification training, business support programs, government-initiated hiring programs, and job placement and qualification assistance. It also provides youth career education programs and community programs.</p>
Girls Inc of Greater Atlanta 461 Manget St SE, Marietta, GA30060 Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta is a youth organization that provides research-based programs helping girls overcome…More the effects of gender inequity to become self-sufficient, responsible, and economically-empowered women. The organization is located in Marietta on Manget Street.
Fusion Fitness and Mixed Martial Arts 1075 Whitlock Ave SW, Marietta, GA30064 Fusion Fitness and Mixed Martial Arts brings fitness and a fusion of martial arts together to form a demanding and…More diverse style of martial arts. The goals emphasized here include confidence, personal protection and endurance. Youth and adult programs are available in karate, kickboxing and mixed martial arts. Those who are in law enforcement or the military are eligible for discounts. The space is large and clean and equipped with heavy bags, free weights and other fitness equipment. All skill levels are welcome.
Founded in 1997 by Pastor Carlos Goulart and his wife, ADM has grown to include church plants in seven…More states and on five continents. ADM offers various programs to its members: missions, ladies society, youth group, theater and a Sunday school. Child care is available during worship services.</p>
<p>Parking gets tight during services so there are two separate parking lots. The largest of the two (and the only paved one) is the first left when coming from S. Cobb Dr.</p>
Fair Oaks United Methodist Church 1480 Joyner Ave SE, Marietta, GA30060 Fair Oaks United Methodist Church has been serving the Fair Oaks and Marietta community since 1950. Under the leadership…More of Pastor Jan Oglesbee, the church continues to offer a Sunday service, and many ministry activities, including Bible study, community outreach, FEAST groups, children's and youth groups, seniors' groups, men's and women's groups and Sunday school.
Greater Community Church of God in Christ 406 Roswell St SE, Marietta, GA30060 The Greater Community Church of God in Christ offers non-denominational Christian worship services and community…More activities for the residents of Marietta and surrounding areas. This church also hosts a wide variety of specialized ministries, such as prison ministry, outreach, choir and youth services, as well as missionary work. Pastor Owens invites you to attend one of the Sunday services and mingle with the congregation.
Cobb County organizes its police, fire, 911 emergency services, animal control, corrections and park services under a…More single Department of Public Safety. The department also operates the Cobb County Safety Village to educate the county's youth about road safety.</p>
<p>Sam Heaton is the department's acting director.</p>
Schaffer Road Church of Christ is dedicated to the salvation of souls through the teaching of sound doctrine and…More principles of the Bible. This Marietta Church serves the community with youth programs, programs for singles, marriage and family development programs, and new convert retention.</p>
<p>Serving the community needs, Schaffer Road Church of Christ offers Sunday morning and evening worship, as well as Bible study on Sunday and Wednesday evenings.</p>
Step It Up Fitness Bootcamp 56 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA30064 Step It Up Fitness Bootcamp is an exercise and fitness training company serving Marietta and the surrounding areas. It…More offers various programs, including a 16-session outdoor boot camp comprised of agility workouts, calisthenics, running and body workouts. Youth boot camps are also offered in week long sessions. Check the main website for a full schedule for information on pricing.
Cobb County Safety Village 1220 Al Bishop Dr SW, Marietta, GA30008 Cobb County Safety Village opened in 2009 on an 8-acre site to provide comprehensive hands-on safety training for…More the county's youth and residents. The village features reduced-scale buildings on street replicas that include sidewalks, traffic signals and other structures and landmarks familiar to Cobb County residents. Capt. Scott Dodson serves as the director of Safety Village.
Lawrence Street Recreation Center 112 Haynes St NE, Marietta, GA30060 Lawrence Street Recreation Center provides a variety of youth sports activities as well as an after-school program for…More children 6 to 12. Included in the after-school program are arts and crafts classes as well as access to personnel who can help children with homework assignments. During the summer months, this facility has an outside swimming pool where children can learn how to swim as well as enjoy the camaraderie of spending time with other youths. Adult basketball times are Mondays and Wednesdays from 8pm to 10pm. Check the website for activity times.
Atlanta Kung Fu & Sanda Center 1349 Old 41 Hwy NW, Marietta, GA30060 Atlanta Kung Fu & Sanda Center is a martial arts studio that provides professional instruction in Kung Fu,…More emphasizing the technique as well as the philosophy of the art. It teaches two styles of Kung Fu: Choy Lay Fut and Tibetan Lama Pai. Classes are available for students ages 10 and over, both youth and adults. Additionally, the studio offers Kung-Fitness classes, which are entertaining fitness classes that teach actual self-defense techniques.
Mount Calvary Baptist Church has served the Marietta Community for 100 years. Located just miles west of Marietta…More Square, this faith-based institution serves the community in a variety of ministries, including worship, youth, elderly, women's ministry and young children's ministries.</p>
<p>The facility includes a main church and additional building sites to house Wee Ministries and other programs. For more information on Mount Calvary Baptist Church, visit the website or call to learn about the church, mission, values and ministries.</p>
Assembleia De Deus MSBN 505 Commerce Park Dr SE, Marietta, GA30060 This Assembly of God church serves members of the local Brazilian community but is open to all worshippers. The complete…More name of the church is Ministerio Semeadores de Boas Novas, and its friendly pastor—Saulo dos Santos—wirelessly simulcasts the sermons in Portuguese, Spanish and English. The church often hosts guests missionaries from Brazil, England and Spain as part of its youth outreach. The church makes its home in Marietta's Commerce Park in suite A of the 505 building, which allows for ample parking.
Larry Bell Park 592 S Fairground St SE, Marietta, GA30060 The Larry Bell Park Sports Complex and Fitness Center features four baseball fields, including the Parham Perry Memorial…More field; batting cages; two playgrounds, including one handicapped-accessible spot; a picnic pavilion; a concessions building; horseshoe pits; four tennis courts; and a gymnastics center.The Cobb Civic Center is also located on the park site. In addition, the park offers youth baseball, aquatics programs and gymnastic programs.
Communities in Schools of Marietta/Cobb County is a non-profit organization dedicated to keeping kids in school and…More increasing high school graduation rates.</p>
<p>The group works in both the Marietta City and Cobb County school systems offering parental education and information resources, an ambassador leadership program for youth mentoring, graduation incentive programs and a literacy program for elementary students.</p>
LaBelle Heights Baptist Church is a member church of the Southern Baptist Convention (…More href="http://www.sbc.net">www.sbc.net</a>). Established in 1959 and led by Rev. Thomas Burling, LaBelle Heights has a vibrant membership and offers youth groups, men's groups, missionary trips, vacation Bible school, and many other programs to its members and the community.</p>
<p>There is both a top parking lot and a lower overflow lot: parking is plentiful.</p>
With its roots in the Marietta community since the 1800s, the Turner Chapel AME facility is relatively new, but the…More roots of this worship facility run deep. Ministries for fellowship, youth, discipleship, evangelism, support, comfort and care establishes this church home a pillar of the community on which it serves.</p>
<p>The elegant facility is just a mirror of the large mission and purpose. Its massive congregation reflects that mission and purpose for this church and provides support to the surrounding community through church services and outreach.</p>
The Junior League of Cobb-Marietta is a nonprofit organization of about 400 women dedicated to promoting…More volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving its community. The group formed in 1933 as the Marietta Junior Welfare League and adopted its current name in 1976.</p>
<p>The Junior League has founded and supported many community projects across Cobb County including the Creswell School, the Cobb County Youth Museum, the Center for Children and Young Adults, Gate City Nursery and Sheltering Arms Daycare. The group conducts several fund-raisers each year to support its projects.</p>
<p>The Junior League maintains its local headquarters at the Marietta Garden Center.</p>