Midwest Movie Marathon

Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey in a promotional image for Wayne's World. Text reads: Monday, January 23 at 2:00 PM. The movie is rated PG-13.
Matthew Broderick on the cover of the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Text reads Thursday, February 23 at 2:00 p.m. The movie is rated PG-13.

Blue text on a light background reads "Find your favorites on our digital library!" To the right of the text is a young masculine-presenting white person wearing glasses and looking intently at a mobile device, presumably reading an ebook. Toward the bottom of the image is the logo for Wisconsin's digital library, an open blue book with different-colored blocks coming off the front cover.

Sign in with your library card for free ebooks, e-audiobooks, digital magazines, and more!

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A white playaway launchpad logo on a dark blue background, above an image of a person in a green top pondering a word cloud to her right

SAT Prep - English Launchpad - at the Circulation Desk

A plastic jar with an open white lid. The label reads, Brain Boosters for Groups in a Jar, Brain-enhancing games to get teens moving and connecting

Brain Boosters for Groups in a Jar - in the Barden Room

A white playaway launchpad logo on a dark blue background, above an image of a smiling person. A speech bubble leaving her mouth shows the numbers 2 and 3, labeled base and exponent, respectively.

Learn SAT Math Launchpad - at the Circulation Desk

Dungeons and Dragons Starter Set - in the Teen Space

A white playaway launchpad logo on a dark blue background, above an image of a woman in a virtual classroom, with a calculator icon

ACT Prep Videos - Math & Science Launchpad - at the Circulation Desk

A plastic jar with an open white lid. The label reads, Cyber Dilemmas in a Jar, Challenges for Teens. That text is over clipart of a smartphone.

Cyber Dilemmas in a Jar - in the Barden Room

A white playaway launchpad logo on a dark blue background, above an image of a woman in a virtual classroom, with an open book icon

ACT Prep - Reading & Essay - at the Circulation Desk

A plastic jar with a white lid. The label features vertical stripes of different colors, and text reads Teen Talk in a Jar, everyday questions for teens

Teen Talk in a Jar - in the Barden Room

It's easy and free: Participate in the Winter
Reading Challenge online via Beanstack!

This year, it's being held in conjunction
with Fond du Lac Reads!

 

Click here to visit Beanstack, where you can log all of your activities and earn badges along the way as part of the 2022-2023 Winter Reading Program!

Beanstack makes it easy to log your reading and activities virtually, so you never have to worry about losing your paper log.

It's easy to create and manage accounts for each member of your family.

Beanstack accounts also can be used again as Fond du Lac Public Library uses the platform for future reading challenges. Join now!


And don't forget to read Charlie Berens' book:
 "The Midwest Survival Guide"!

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Missing our Teen Book Bags? Register each month to receive a new "cache" with this new subscription-style program for teens.

Browser's Cache contains a checked-out library book to read and return, plus a snack, an activity, and a list of more book recommendations for you to keep.

From February 12 to 18: Fill out the form to register, indicate your preferences, and we'll hook you up with a cache curated just for you! 

February’s theme is: Black Future Month 

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Anime Afternoon

a cute anime girl looks excited to be here

Calling all teen anime enthusiasts! Join us from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month to watch a couple episodes of an anime we choose (and eat snacks). Cosplay is always welcome! Geared toward middle school and high school students. We'll pick an anime to watch by consensus, so you're not stuck watching something you don't like - and if we don't get to your suggestion, we'll save it for next month.

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Large letters spell out FULL STEAM AHEAD

Join us on the third Tuesday of each month for an activity that explores the intersections between science, technology, engineering, art, and math. We provide the supplies, you provide the imagination! Don't be intimidated - we're basically hanging out and making stuff. Leftover supplies will be assembled into kits and available for pickup in the Teen Area starting the following Monday, while supplies last. Geared for those in grades 6-12 - younger folks will probably struggle with the difficulty level. 

In February, receive an exclusive Winter Reading Program badge for attending!

Tuesday, February 21, 4:30pm - 5:30pm - No-Sew Handmade Scarves
Tuesday, March 21, 4:30pm - 5:30 pm - Prom Prep - Duct Tape Edition
Tuesday, April 18, 4:30pm - 5:30pm - Plantable Seed Paper

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Watch for a registration link each month on this page for this new subscription program!

Follow Fond du Lac Teens page on Facebook!

Check us out at instagram.com/fondylibraryteens/

White text on a green background reads, "Learn more about the idea studio," the Fond du Lac Public Library's makerspace. Online setup and consultation are available.

Click through to learn how to use our recording studio, embroidery machine, 3-D printers, button maker, and more!

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More Events for Teens

Bulleted list that reads: Visit fdlpl.libnet.info/events. Next to "Filter by" click "Age Group". Click the check box next to "Teens". Find a book club, maker event, or interesting other program - you're invited! Sign up if needed. Mark your calendar!

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