All DeKalb County Public Library branches will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 in observance of Independence Day.
We Grow Readers @ DeKalb County Public Library
We're hosting special storytimes to encourage your young children to love books and reading. The storytimes are the result of a summer enrichment program by We Grow Readers @ DeKalb County Public Library and the DeKalb Summer Reading Partnership.Learn more
The Library has temporarily suspended notifications by telephone voicemail for overdue items and holds. Our phone notification system is currently out of service. You will be notified by e-mail instead. If we do not have a current e-mail address for you, please go to My Account on the Library webpage, call or visit your neighborhood branch to provide us with this information.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Telephone notifications will resume as soon as our systm is working properly. Text messages notifications are not affected.
Now, you don’t need an app to access your library account from your mobile device. Our new catalog, Polaris, has a mobile-friendly site. Just use the browser on your device and go to http://dekalb.polarislibrary.com/polaris/
This should automatically take you to our mobile site. You will see:
If, however, you still see the regular website, tap the tab at the top of your device for MOBILE SITE.
Then, tap “My Account” and log in just as you always have. Please note, if you are a Bookmyne user, this app is no longer pointing to your DeKalb County Public Library patron account.
Check back here to learn more about other new “My Account” features—coming in July.
June is National Caribbean American Heritage Month and DeKalb County Public Library is celebrating with programs exploring the richness, influence and diversity of Caribbean American culture. The celebration kicks off Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 4:00 p.m., at the Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library with a thought-provoking panel discussion on immigration and assimilation, Caribbean dishes for sampling and the opening of a photography exhibit depicting Caribbean culture in Atlanta by photographer Arthur Ratliff.
Other programs and events planned for the month include a film festival with films from Grenada, French Guiana, Antigua and Barbuda, Jamaica, and Barbados; a storytelling festival featuring traditional Anansi stories; and a spelling competition with words related to Caribbean people, places and things.Read More
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