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Dungeons & Dragons
Feb 23 @ 10 am. An all ages intro to the world of D&D with Dungeon Master Paul Krikau. No registration!
Kids Create!
Feb 25 from 6 pm - 7:30 pm. Screen free fun for kids and families. Drop in to create different crafts and activities each month; no registration required.
National African American Read-in
Tues Feb 26 from 5 pm - 7 pm. We'll have spots around the library loaded with books written by African Americans. Browse, read, and enjoy. Starting at 6 pm, join us in McLane Rm for conversation and ice cream sundaes!
Registration starts Feb 25.
Teddy Bear Sleepover is back! For kids ages 3-8. Drop off your second-favorite stuffed buddy for an awesome sleepover and pick 'em up the next morning!

6 pm Wednesdays Feb 13-Apr 3 • Free • No registration

Feb 21: The Erie Canal • Mar 21: Carrie Nation • Apr 18: History of 4-H • May 16: Welsh Settlement

Feb 19: Austria • Mar 19: Greece • Apr 15: Italy • May 21: Pakistan • Jun 18: U.S. • Jul 16: Spain

My Favorite Fondy 2019 calendar now $5 at Main Library, FDLPL Express & Chapter 52 Bookstore

Latest News

Tue, April 9thSevere weather 2-part program Apr 9

April 8-12 is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wisconsin. The National Weather Service, Fond du Lac County Emergency Management and the Fond du Lac Public Library are partnering to present a two-part severe weather program on Tuesday, April 9, at ...

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Thu, March 21st‘Carry Nation: A Woman of Substance’ Mar 21

She was born Caroline Amelia Moore in 1846 and lived a lifetime of struggle before the world knew her as hatchet-toting temperance radical Carry Nation. The fascinating and largely unknown story, Carry Nation: A Woman of Substance, will be told at...

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Tue, March 19thDesserts of the World: Greece Mar 19

Sue Demos will demonstrate how to make the flaky, rich Greek favorite, Baklava, at the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Desserts of the World program 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 19. The free program is for adults and teens 13 and older. Space is limited, ...

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Tue, March 12thBeekeeping Basics Mar 12

North America has more than 4,000 native species of bees, but honeybees are not one of them. Settlers brought honeybees to the colonies in the 1600s. Since then, cultivation and care of honeybees has become an everyday part of our American landsca...

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Thu, March 7thHaase, Buechel in March Community Chats

Winter played havoc with the Fond du Lac Public Library’s new Community Chat series schedule in February, but that means two great programs will take place in March.

Fire Prevention Division Chief Troy Haase will host a chat at 6 p.m. Thursday,...

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Community Chat rescheduled
Thu Feb 7 Community Chat with County Executive Allen Buechel has been rescheduled for 6 pm Mon Mar 11, due to inclement weather.
'Fishes of Fondy'
Homage to sturgeon and FDL's favorite water sport: 'Fishes of Fondy' in the Langdon Divers Gallery Feb 6-Mar 5.
Book clubs
Something for everyone: FDLPL has 5 book clubs, including the new Sci-fi/fantasy group that meets 6:30 pm every 4th Thursday.
Call for entries
Photographers and artists invited to submit images for the 2020 My Favorite Fondy wall calendar. Digital entries due July 31.

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