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Searching for teen activities?
Take a look at all the activities and programs coming up at FDLPL: a Scary Story Contest, Anime Afternoons, and more!
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!
Try Browser's Cache: a new program for teens
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.
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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Latest News

Wed, January 18thWatched Yellowstone? What's next?

Yellowstone is one of the most requested DVDs I’m asked about at the desks right now, and for which I get the most recommendations requests. So what ARE some watch- and read-alikes? Here’s a bunch of titles to further your exploration of the wild ...

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Wed, January 4thNew Year, New You!


by Alana LaBeaf

Traditions such as making New Year’s resolutions help keep us connected with others through the shared experience, and also serve as a nice reminder to measure the successes and failures of the past year and to get back on t...

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Tue, January 3rdTake the chill out of January with Winter Reading & FDL Reads programs

Love to laugh? Love to win prizes? Join Winter Reading @ FDLPL and Fond du Lac Reads for a chance to win as January heats up with events and activities.

Now through February, the library invites the Fond du Lac community to read “The Midwest Surv...

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Mon, January 2ndHear from author of 'How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century' during History at Home

What does it mean to be an American Indian today?

Area Oneida author Louis V. Clark III (Two Shoes) will discuss this topic as he visits the Fond du Lac Public Library on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 6 p.m. for the monthly History at Home program.

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Share your favorite book with others!
Let us know which titles make you happy, and we'll add them to our new Patron Picks display at the Main Library!
Tax forms are now available
Find links to state and federal tax forms for individuals for the 2022 tax year.
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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