"Big Family: The Story of Bluegrass Music" provides a comprehensive look at a distinctly American genre of music. The film explores what bluegrass music is, what makes it unique, and key musicians who have shaped its sound. Historical segments trace the beginnings of bluegrass in the traditions of Scots-Irish immigrants and African-Americans and how these influences coalesced in the music of a young rural Kentuckian, Bill Monroe, in the 1920s. All are welcome to attend the screening of this film at the North Cobb Regional library.
Join us for a free screening of PBS Kids’ new hit show, Moly of Denali! Moly, her dog Suki, and her friends Trini and Tooey will teach us about resourcefulness, family tradition, exploration, and kindness through their adventures in Alaska!
Attendees will enjoy an episode of the show along with a snack and fun activity.