Check out these events for rising 6th-12th grade students this summer at the Clemmons Branch Library!
How is the traditional sport connected to religion, nationalities and gender issues? Come learn the history of sumo from the Museum of Anthropology’s Nana Watonobe on Friday, June 22 at 1:00 p.m. at the Clemmons Branch Library.
The Library is partnering with Wake Forest Baptist Health to present a year-long series of programs on healthy aging. Programs will take place the second Tuesday of each month in the Central Library Auditorium.
The Clemmons Branch Public Library is one of the highest circulating in Forsyth County. That’s with only 8,500 square feet. It’s the only Forsyth County Public Library building with a working fireplace! Library Manager Carolyn Price invites you to come in for a warm spot on a chilly day.