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Donor challenges community to match $10K for new branch

An anonymous donor has stepped forward to challenge the community to help equip the planned Fond du Lac Public Library Express branch at Johnson Crossing Shopping Center.

The donor has agreed to match all contributions, dollar for dollar, up to $10,000.

“Our donor wants the public to support this historic expansion,” said library Director Ken Hall. “If we succeed in raising the full $20,000, then we would have reached our goal of raising the $40,000 necessary to properly equip the new branch.”

Summer Carnival Kickoff a blast!

Saturday's Summer Reading Kickoff Carnival was a smashing success, thanks to Sunshine the Clown, Betty Trent face painting, games, magic and popcorn! We couldn't have pulled it off without help from a great group of volunteers, who did everything from check out customers at the BookCellar Bag Sale to help sign people up for the summer reading programs.

Meeting Rooms

(If you need information about a scheduled meeting, go to Calendar)

FDLPL has three public meeting rooms available for reservation - Eugene G. McLane Meeting Room, Mid-States Aluminum Training Room and the Study Room.

McLane Meeting Room

Volunteer at FDLPL

We welcome adults and children who have completed the sixth grade (volunteers under age 18 must have parent/guardian permission)

BookCellar sale!

Special sale this Saturday at the BookCellar, the library's bargain basement shop. All books just 50 cents (all except collectors/specially priced books). 

Library breaks record in February

Fond du Lac Public Library broke a record in April when it circulated more than 70,000 items! This jump - about 10 percent - follows a several-month-long climb for circulation. In fact, library usage has been on a record pace for more than 12 months. Thanks to all the library fans out there - we heart our patrons.

History of the Fond du Lac Public Library

The Fond du Lac Public Library has been a true community library from the start. Its roots can be traced as far back as the 1850 when it was first discussed by the Young Men’s Association. The City Council officially organized the library in November 1876.  Members of the Fond du Lac Women’s Club obtained a gift from Andrew Carnegie to open the first permanent library building in 1904. In 1966, the League of Women voters and a cadre of individuals from the community were credited for making the “new” library possible.

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To support a high quality of life in Fond du Lac through reading, lifelong learning and community involvement.

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