All tickets for the Saturday, January 21, free family concert by Randy Peterson have been snapped up. The concert at 10:30 a.m. will kick off the library’s new early literacy program, 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten.
Are you smart? Do you have smart friends? Do you like to have a good time while helping a great cause? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, the 12th Annual Team Trivia is the event for you.
Teams of four can sign up now for the March 6 and March 8 event at Whispering Springs Golf Club. Teams pay $100 per team to participate. The event includes a cash bar and a $13.50 per person soup and sub buffet. Dinner is served at 5:30 p.m., and the quizzing begins at 6:30 p.m.
Fond du Lac Public Library cardholders have access to free e-books through the library’s website. The main library will hold two classes in January to help e-reader users learn the system and provide information about other e-book resources.
Every time the calendar rolls over, many people resolve to do a better job saving more and spending less. The Fond du Lac Public Library’s Money Smart U program will offer a great start with It’s a New Year: Where's Your Money Going? at 6 p.m. Tuesday, January 11.
Fond du Lac native Dorothy Donohue has published 16 children’s books that feature her remarkable cut-paper illustrations. A collection of her illustrations will be on display January 4-January 31 in the Fond du Lac Public Library gallery.
It's the season for giving. Jonathan, 6, and Arianna, 9, stopped by the Fond du Lac Public Library Children’s Desk on December 13 to give Children's Coordinator Julia Cartwright each a five-dollar bill. The kids were following a family tradition handed down by their father, Mike Korb, of donating what they received on St. Nicholas Day.
It started in 2010 with an internet posting making the rounds among library fans around the world. It was a picture of a desk made of books at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. It was bounced around the in boxes at the Fond du Lac Public Library and eventually shared on the library’s Facebook page.