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Take a look at all the activities and programs coming up at FDLPL: a Scary Story Contest, Anime Afternoons, and more!
New Storywalks arrived!
SEPTEMBER STORYWALKS! Visit Lakeside Park to read "The Leaf Thief" by Alice Hemming, followed by "Eat Your Rocks, Croc" by Jess Keating. At Hamilton Park, read "Ravi's Roar" by Tom Percival.
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!
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


Do you have documents that you need securely destroyed? Visit FDLPL on Oct. 1

Need job resources? Click the image to see a variety of resources for job-seekers and more

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

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Fri, September 30thGive kids the keys to success with the Children's Room at FDLPL

Connect your child with the keys to success with help from the Children’s Room at the Fond du Lac Public Library.

From STEAM programming to resources to practicing essential skills, the Fond du Lac Public Library has programs that will both enr...

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Thu, September 29thAdult art & craft programs grow at FDLPL in October

Fall is in the air, and the holiday season is around the corner. Take this opportunity to enjoy some of your favorite arts and crafts activities at the Fond du Lac Public Library, including a cozy class scheduled throughout the month.

The Beginni...

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Wed, September 28thThat Pumpkin Spice feeling

by Katie Killian

Ah, fall. The crispness is back in the air, so pumpkin spice has returned to my lattes. And many others’, I’m sure. 

There’s something so familiar about it. After the rough few years we've all been through, having a familia...

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Wed, September 21stBanned Books Week: Nothing to Celebrate

by Alana LaBeaf

Every year, the American Library Association brings attention to the issue of book banning during Banned Books Week.1 In previous years, some have used the slogan “Celebrate Banned Books Week”, but this year that feels very off be...

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Thu, September 15thCelebrate the start of Latine & Hispanic Heritage Month with these resources & activities

National Hispanic Heritage Month is held annually from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. During this time, the Fond du Lac Public Library will offer several activities and provide resources to celebrate Latine and Hispanic culture and contributions.


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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!
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines
Wish you understood the COVID-19 vaccines better? Click the image for help from the Smithsonian.
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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