June 10, 2021 The new $5.6 million Clemmons library opened last week, and it offers plenty of space for patrons to enjoy. This is a large contrast to the old library that was ‘cramped, outdated, and located in a high-traffic area on Clemmons road.”
The opening of this new library comes 11 years after voters in Forsyth County approved a $40 million bond that paid for the library in addition to two others in Kernersville and Winston-Salem. The other two opened in the past few years.
Other than more square footage than the previous library, this includes a new space for teenagers, an expanded children’s area with a reading/story time room, additional meeting rooms, and an auditorium.
You can view the full article from The Winston-Salem Journal by Lisa O’Donnell here.