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Take a look at all the activities and programs coming up at FDLPL: a Scary Story Contest, Anime Afternoons, and more!
New Storywalks arrived!
SEPTEMBER STORYWALKS! Visit Lakeside Park to read "The Leaf Thief" by Alice Hemming, followed by "Eat Your Rocks, Croc" by Jess Keating. At Hamilton Park, read "Ravi's Roar" by Tom Percival.
Let storytime come to you!
Have you run out of stories to tell at bedtime? Let our youth services department help with Dial-A-Story. Dial in for jokes and fun facts, too!
Register now for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Give your child their best foot forward: Help them read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten, and win a few prizes along the way. Register online and start logging books immediately!

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Fri, December 2ndBook-lovers unite! Chat about books at FDLPL during December

Love to discuss books with other book-lovers? The Fond du Lac Public Library has a series of upcoming events just for you.

The library will continue to host a fireside Book Chat every Tuesday through Dec. 20. This program, which will begin at 9:3...

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Thu, December 1stCool crafts planned during December at FDLPL

Looking for a creative outlet as the days get shorter? The Fond du Lac Public Library is offering two art and craft programs this month to help you create a gift or just have a little fun as the seasons shift.

On Monday, Dec. 5, Bad Art Night ret...

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Wed, November 30thFDLPL will heat up December with Winter Reading & FDL Reads programs

Put on your best flannel and say “no, yeah!” to two big programs that start in December at the Fond du Lac Public Library.

This month, the library invites the Fond du Lac community to read “The Midwest Survival Guide” by Wisconsin’s favorite ...

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Tue, November 29thDiscover the special ‘Line of Vision’ by a local artist at Langdon Divers Gallery

During December, the Langdon Divers Community Gallery will host a special gallery showing by a local artist.

From Dec. 7 to Jan. 3, view “Line of Vision” at the Fond du Lac Public Library to see the work of Malachi Schmidt, a 20-year-old savant a...

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Wed, November 23rdAll kinds of Thanksgiving

by Joanne Mengel

Thanksgiving Day is almost here and I thought it might be fun to select some books that celebrate the holiday in all kinds of ways. My choices include everything from goofy mysteries, a few romances, and even a couple that tell t...

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Let us know which titles make you happy, and we'll add them to our new Patron Picks display at the Main Library!
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines
Wish you understood the COVID-19 vaccines better? Click the image for help from the Smithsonian.
Explore our resources for veterans
Check out our Veterans Collection, which includes more than 100 books of interest to veterans and that support veterans.
Temporary library cards available
Do you need a temporary library card, such as to borrow ebooks? Follow this link to apply (must live in 54935 or 54937 ZIP codes). If you already have a library card, you do not need to register.


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