The Forsyth County Public Library is now open for brief browsing. Only 10 people are allowed in the Clemmons Branch at this time. Additionally, to-go pickup of library materials is still being offered, and the virtual library is available 24/7.
All Forsyth County Public Library locations are now open to the public during the following hours:
Monday through Friday
At the Clemmons branch, the county has decided that only 10 people will be allowed inside the building at a time, so we ask that you keep your visits brief.
You will be required to wear a mask to enter the library, and will be subject to screening questions per Forsyth County's COVID-19 protocol.
Computers will not be available for use at the Clemmons Branch, though the library has designated other locations that will offer public computer access.
Reservations must be made for computer use. Contact these locations for more information:
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