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Monday, November 07, 2011

ATTN: Local Library Lovers

You are invited
to
Share Your Vision
for the
New Central Library
Tuesday, November 15th, 6 PM
Central Library Auditorium
660 West Fifth

Last November Forsyth County voters overwhelmingly approved a bond referendum to build a new Central Library and replace existing branches in Kernersville and Clemmons.


The Forsyth County Public Library will host four planned community meetings to gather public input for what the new Central library should look like. This is the first.


The format will be a short video presentation highlighting other recently constructed public libraries from around the country, followed by small group discussions lasting approximately one hour.


Representatives from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Planning Department will facilitate each group as members of the public offer feedback in the areas of function of services, technology, community gathering opportunities, and exterior and interior possibilities.


Additionally a library staff member will be part of each group to act as a resource.


Feedback from this and the subsequent community meetings (scheduled for January and March of 2012) will be shared with the architect of the new library, when selected, as well as on the library webpage.


Forsyth County Public Library
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