'Why We Love the Packers' presented Jan 21

Relive the highs and lows of pro football’s most successful franchise, from Curly Lambeau to Mike McCarthy, in a fast-paced presentation, Why We Love the Packers, at 2 p.m. and repeated at 6 p.m. Thursday, January 21, at the Fond du Lac Public Library. The programs are free; no registration required.

Teachers' center opens inside Children's Room

Inside the Children’s Room at the downtown Fond du Lac Public Library, visitors will find a special place created in memory of a special champion of learning.

Heartwarming story set in Door County is good reading for the season

Here’s a book for people who like Debbie Macomber and Jennifer Chiaverini--The Second Sister by Marie Bostwick. Set in fictional Nilson’s Bay in Door County, main character Lucy always felt like the second sister because her older sister Alice was bright and talented and her father’s favorite. When the sisters were in their teens, a near-drowning accident left Alice with a mental disability, and Lucy felt partially responsible. Lucy left Nilson’s Bay and now has a high powered job in politics.

Journeys branch to become book exchange Jan 4

Journeys: a health resource center and the Fond du Lac Public Library are excited to join a nationwide movement to make books accessible to everyone through a new Take a Book, Leave a Book exchange starting January 4, 2016.

Local author at Chapter 52 Nov 28

Local author Susan M. Baganz will be on hand at Chapter 52 Bookstore from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Wisconsin Connection Books 2015

I like reading books with a Wisconsin connection.  If you do too, here is a list for you of books with a Wisconsin connection that were published in 2015.



Bostwick, Marie. The Second Sister

Kolstad's turn to shine in Dec

In the show Paper, Ink, Wax, Thread, artist Mel Kolstad will get her due. As volunteer curator of the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Langdon Divers Gallery, Kolstad has put dozens of artists’ works in the best light. Now it’s her time to shine.

Exhibit explores Washington, medicine

As a head of household, plantation owner, businessman, Revolutionary War general and president, George Washington had his hands full. Alongside the demands of political life and military leadership, however, he focused considerable attention on the health and safety of his family, troops, staff and slaves.

Visit holiday wonderland Dec 9

The Fond du Lac Public Library will be transformed into a holiday wonderland, with rooms of fun and creative activities for families and a visit from a Christmas VIP, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, December 9. The event is free; no registration required.

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