Clemmons Community Day returns May 7

Published 12:08 am Thursday, April 21, 2022

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By Denise Heidel
For the Clemmons Courier

The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce has announced that the much-loved Clemmons Community Day is making a comeback in 2022. Since 2009, this has been a much-anticipated and celebrated event for our community, something that businesses and families have looked forward to year after year. This year’s event will be from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, May 7, at Jerry Long Family YMCA, 1150 S. Peace Haven Road in Clemmons.

A rain-or-shine event attended by more than 100 vendors and 3,500 people, Clemmons Community Day is organized by the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce and volunteers. It has been a wonderful opportunity to connect with others.

Those familiar with Clemmons Community Day can expect a return of the same dynamic event they’ve come to love, but with some more updates and a new partnership with the Village of Clemmons. For the first time, Clemmons Community Day will happen in tandem with the debut of the 2022 Clemmons Farmer’s Market. This partnership will introduce the respective events to one another’s audiences.

Visitors will have a chance to meet vendors, who are excited to share about their businesses and services to the community. Activities will include bounce houses, slide, train ride, face painting, live music, exercise demos and more.

The return of this annual tradition promises to be what it’s always been — a labor of love to showcase what is so special about Clemmons. Clemmons Community Day is made possible by sponsors, volunteers, the YMCA and civil servants, all who work together to make it a special day.

While the event is free, visitors are encouraged to bring a donation for the Clemmons Food Pantry. Clemmons Food Pantry always accepts canned and boxed food, but it is also in need of adult hygiene items.

To learn more about Clemmons Community Day, go to or call Executive Director Denise Heidel at 336-970-5100.

Village sponsors: Allegacy Federal Credit Union, Black Tie Transportation, Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Novant Health, and Truliant Federal Credit Union

Neighborhood sponsors: Historic Broyhill and Lindsay & Gardner

Train sponsor: TRU Tae Kwon Do

Community sponsors: Cruise Planners, Gwyn Services, Piedmont Federal Savings Bank, Riccobene Associates, Family Dentistry, Sean Lew PLLC, Shallow Ford Foundation, The Pregnancy Network, The Wealth Guardians, WBFJ, Winston-Salem Christian School

Friend sponsor: Parks Decorative Hardware & Plumbing

This event is pet-, smoking- and alcohol-free.