DeKalb County Public Library to Host Emergency Blood Drives for the American Red Cross

DeKalb County Public Library to Host Emergency Blood Drives for the American Red Cross

DeKalb County Public Library is partnering with the American Red Cross to host several Emergency Blood Drives during the month of April. During the COVID-19 pandemic, blood donations are critically needed to be distributed to hospitals.  The first blood drive will be held on Thursday, April 9 at the Dunwoody Library from 11:00 am-4:00 pm. Additional dates include April 10, at Hairston Crossing Library and April 16, at the Dunwoody Library.  The Red Cross is taking extra precautions to ensure that blood donations as well as donors are safe. Find out more information on how you can help or schedule an appointment by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS or click here

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COVID-19 Update as of March 16, 2020

Early voting: All in-person voting ended on Saturday, March 14th for the Presidential Preference Primary/Special Election. In-person voting begins for the May 19th Primary in April. 
Book drops: All DeKalb County Public Library branches and book returns are closed until further notice. PLEASE KEEP ALL ITEMS YOU HAVE CHECKED OUT UNTIL THE LIBRARY REOPENS. 
Overdue Fines: The Library will not be charging late fees during this time period.