Forsyth County Public Library is reopening meeting rooms

Published 2:04 pm Saturday, November 13, 2021

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The Forsyth County Public Library system will reopen its meeting rooms to the public on Monday, Nov. 15. FCPL asks customers to continue to observe county guidelines by wearing masks when using meeting rooms, regardless of their vaccination status.

The meeting rooms have been closed since March 2020, due to the pandemic shutdown.

While the meeting rooms were closed, library management evaluated the best way to handle meeting room reservations post-pandemic, said Library Director Brian Hart. Many of the changes are the result of customer feedback.

Customers who want to reserve meeting rooms will need to call the location where they plan to hold their meeting.

In addition:

• All first-time meeting room users at Central, Clemmons and Paddison locations are required to have meeting room training before using a meeting room.

• Meeting rooms may not be used for social gatherings such as shower, birthday parties, dances or exercise classes.

• To reserve a meeting room, customers must be at least 18 years old and have a FCPL library card in good standing.

• Additional rules about meeting rooms are available on the library’s website.