Did moonshiners and bootleggers come to the Holyland or were they born and raised there? Local historian J.J. Jenkins has been investigating the area’s fascinating past and will tell tales at Bootlegging and Moonshining in the Holyland presented twice – 2 p.m. and repeated at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 16, at the Fond du Lac Public Library.
Her fixation on a particular drink has driven Susan Fiebig on a hunt that has covered thousands of miles and into establishments of every stripe for more than 14 years. It also has produced two lively travel guides, The Bloody Trail: In Quest of the Best Wisconsin Bloody Marys and her new sequel, Adventures on the Bloody Trail: The Quest Continues.
For the first time, artist Anthony Dallmann-Jones will show his three unique types of art together in one exhibit, Sculpting with Light, at the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Langdon Divers Gallery June 1 to July 5.
If you are a fan of Jane Austen's works you might enjoy these authors' modern versions of some of her greatest classics. I finished Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld this weekend and I have to say I was impressed. The story was very well written and the author has some thoughtful commentary on modern society, which I think Miss Austen would have appreciated.
Two very funny new stories have been installed in the StoryWalk® on the east end of Lakeside Park near the intersection of Harbor View and Winnebago drives.
The new stories, The Bear Ate Your Sandwich by Julia Sarcone-Roach and Move Over, Rover by Karen Beaumont, encourage families to enjoy reading and the outdoors by reading a book – a page at a time – at intervals on the walking trail.
The Lakeside Park project was installed in 2015 by the Fond du Lac Public Library and City of Fond du Lac Parks Dept. and sponsored by Morning Kiwanis.