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StoryWalks are back for spring and summer!
Spring has spring, and so have our StoryWalks! Read about a bird restaurant, discover the colors that shine after the rain, and enjoy a new take on an old tale.
Join us for Babies & Books or Family Storytime
Join us for weekly early literacy programs! Prewalkers may drop into Babies & Books, or children age 1-3 can enjoy Family Storytime each week starting Jan. 8.
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Click here to learn more about the many events, programs, materials, and opportunities for teens at the library!
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!

Learn about the background of the Russia/Ukraine conflict:

Russia/Ukraine Conflict


Kids, teens, & adults can enter up to 300 words for a chance to win!

Discover unlimited access to thousands of online art and craft classes - FREE through the FDL Public Library

Five free credits to stream movies, plus free access to Kanopy Kids without using a credit. Sign up now!

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Read more, worry less: You're Free to Read at FDLPL, with no fines on reading materials

Latest News

Wed, May 29thFree, one-day state park passes available at Fond du Lac Public Library

This summer, let the Fond du Lac Public Library take you to a Wisconsin state park – on us.

For the second straight year, a limited number of free, one-day passes to any Wisconsin state park may be “checked out” from the Fond du Lac Public Libr...

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Mon, May 20thKids ride free to FDLPL on Thursdays this summer

Every Thursday this summer, kids in Fond du Lac can ride for free to and from the Fond du Lac Public Library.

In a collaboration between Fond du Lac Transit and the Library, local youth can receive a free ride to and from the Main Library at 32 S...

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Fri, May 3rdHear about the 12 Tribes of Wisconsin at the Fond du Lac Public Library

As the Brothertown Nation continues to struggle to regain their federal status, one thing to remember is that all Wisconsin history is indigenous history. However, not all Indigenous history is Wisconsin history. 

Learn more about the 12 Tribes ...

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Fri, May 3rdHear about work being done to ‘Bring Heroes Home’ during History at Home at the FDL Public Library

Lester E. Dyer was born in Fond du Lac County but died and was buried on Iwo Jima while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II. Today, he is finally home in America thanks to the work being done to bring soldiers home.

Learn more ab...

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Thu, May 2ndGet creative in May in the Idea Studio at the FDL Public Library

Bring your ideas to life during May in the Idea Studio at the Fond du Lac Public Library. 

On Wednesday, May 1 at 6 p.m., join the Idea Studio’s first meetup to learn about the “Boomerang Bag” project that began in Australia in 2013. Watch a sho...

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Create with help from Creativebug
Have you discovered Creativebug yet? Explore thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists. Find projects for every occasion at Creativebug, available free with your Fond du Lac Public Library card.
Need help with reference searches, internet, or more?
The Book a Librarian service provides up to 1 hour of 1:1 support for assistance locating information for research including library databases and materials, accessing ebooks and audiobooks, as well as basic computer assistance.
Need a meeting room? Reserve one of ours
Meeting rooms may be reserved using the Fond du Lac Public Library's online app.
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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