Family Literacy

Summer Reading @ the Library winds down Aug. 12

Summer Reading @ the Library ends on Saturday, August 12, which is the last day that participating kids, teens and adults can turn in their completed reading cards for rewards at the Fond du Lac Public Library.

Bilingual Storytime Aug 4

English y Español: Stories for children of all ages will be shared in English and Spanish at 10 a.m. Friday, August 4, at the Fond du Lac Public Library. The English y Español Storytime is free; no registration required.

Children will enjoy stories in two languages and a fun make-and-take craft. All ages are invited; children 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Summer 2017 programs for teens

Free programs for teens in grades 6-12. No registration.

Wigging Out on Wednesdays: 1 p.m. With door prizes every week, including $5 gift cards and books:

Summer 2017 programs for kids

Free kids’ summer 2017 programs at the library

Mega-Mondays: 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for all ages. Free tickets required and available at the Children’s Desk the Monday before each performance.

June sales at Chapter 52

Summer vacation season is nearly upon us and Summer Reading @ the Library starts June 1, so Chapter 52 Bookstore is celebrating with big sales on used books, movies and more for the cabin, car, plane and back yard.

Read it again, please!

 

Read It Again Please!

Does your child have a favorite book they want read over and over again? Or worse, wants YOU to read over and over again? You've probably memorized every word and by now you could throw the book out the window!

1,000 Books receives $500 donation

The Fond du Lac Public Library's 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program was one of four local nonprofits that received donations from Fox Valley Savings Bank in January.

Program Cancelled: Block Parties for kids 4-6 Mar 24

This program has been cancelled. Please call the Children's Desk with questions. Simple wooden blocks. Not complicated. Nothing to plug in. Not trendy. But did you know that playing with blocks helps children develop skills that later will help them learn math and science, build vocabulary and exercise their dexterity?

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