A special event commemorating the Dunwoody community's resilience in the face of the COVID-19 crisis is being planned for later this year.
The Dunwoody 4th of July Parade will return in 2021.
In November, voters will cast ballots in major races.
For Dunwoody this includes:
DeKalb Commission District 1
Nancy Jester (I) vs Robert Patrick
Georgia State Senate District 40
Sally Harrell (I) vs Garry Guan
Georgia House District 79
Mike Wilensky (I) vs Andrea Johnson
GA Congressional District 6
Lucy McBath (I) vs Karen Handel
Wilensky - CONFIRMED
Johnson - CONFIRMED
Harrell - CONFIRMED
Guan - CONFIRMED
Patrick - CONFIRMED
Handel - CONFIRMED
Light Up Dunwoody is Online for 2020
Due to safety concerns around COVID-19, the afternoon celebration leading to the holiday lighting of Dunwoody Village has been suspended.
We will not close the year without our traditional lighting! The Christmas tree and Menorah will occupy their regular place across from the Cheek-Spruill Farmhouse. The lights will ill still come on at 6 PM the Sunday before Thanksgiving to open the holiday season! Families are welcome to come after the lighting to take photos.
A special video presentation and live lighting will stream on Facebook at 5:30 PM on November 22. Watch at www.facebook.com/TheDHA
As always we thank the Dunwoody Animal Hospital for the use of their corner in the light display.
Agenda, speakers, and logistics are in progress.
Hybrid virtual/in person format is planned.
When July 4 falls on a Sunday, the parade must be held on July 5.
The parking lots at All Saints Catholic Church are a key staging area for the parade and are not available on Sundays.