The new Clemmons Branch of the Forsyth County Public Library system officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, June 17 at 10:30 a.m.. The new branch is located at 6365 James St. in Clemmons, less than a mile from the former location.
The 20,000-square foot branch has spaces devoted to teens and children. The branch also has a large auditorium and smaller multi-purpose room, a makerspace, three small meeting rooms, a quiet reading room and a sunny courtyard.
Celebrate our natural world this summer by tuning in to these live virtual programs by the NC Zoo in June and July. These programs are recommended for children and families.
Introducing "Intersections," a new magazine designed to connect people and purpose through library service. Intersections will be published three times a year and will contain information about library programs, services and more that you can't get anywhere else.
Great news! Ancestry.com has extended access to this resource from home until the end of September, 2021. Now you don't have to leave home to access Ancestry.com! Enjoy this resource for free anywhere until September 30. Take advantage of this rich database with your library card.
Children and caregivers can attend sensory-friendly programs throughout Forsyth County Public Libraries. Please check the list of upcoming events for more information.
Discover free library resources that you can use to identify trends in your industry, research competition, identify sales prospects and find sources of supply. Join us for this virtual program every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. using this Zoom link.