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Summer is officially done, BUT . . .
Kids and teens - still working on a summer reading card? We are still accepting cards you are working on until the end of August!
See you soon!
We are on Storytime break until Sept 17
Costume Swap is coming
Drop off clean, gently used youth and adult costumes through the month of Sept. Grab a set of guidelines and start digging through your stash.
Our fall calendar is here!
Take a peek at our fall events for kids and teens.

View the slide show of the 2020 calendar contest winners

What are you drinking? Learn all about your water at the Sep 5 Community Chat

Drop-in Saturday projects every Saturday noon-4 pm

Plenty of copies available for checkout now.

6 pm Tue Sep 10: Hear Jeanna's story about her rabies-survival medical miracle. Free. No registration.

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Sat, September 28thCoffee tastings, biscotti demo Sep 28

Registration opens September 14: Coffee and Biscotti, celebrate National Coffee and Biscotti Day with a coffee tasting and a demonstration of how to make the barista’s favorite cookie, the biscotti, at 10 a.m. Saturday, September 28, at the Fond...

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Mon, September 23rdTea light craft Sep 23

Registration opens September 9: Fall Tea Light Craft, create an autumn-inspired tea light candle holder out of clothespins and other household items at 6 p.m. Monday, September 23, at the Fond du Lac Public Library, 32 Sheboygan St. Supplies provi...

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Tue, September 17thDesserts of the World: Hungary Sep 17

Registration opens September 3: Desserts of the World, Maria Taivalmaa will demonstrate how to make a traditional Hungarian treat, Gombóc dumplings, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 17, at the Fond du Lac Public Library, 32 Sheboygan St. With recipe ...

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Mon, September 16thWelcome to Medicare Sep 16

Welcome to Medicare, 1-2:30 p.m. Mon Sep16, at the Fond du Lac Public Library, 32 Sheboygan St. Stephanie Treptow, elder benefits specialist of Fond du Lac County, will talk about what to expect when you turn 65, including Medicare enrollment, way...

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Tue, September 10th15 years later: Jeanna Giese shares her story

Jeanna Giese was a normal, healthy teen who loved animals. When she removed a small bat from her church in September 2004, her parents didn’t think anything about the small bite she received. Within six weeks she could barely move. Doctors gave ...

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Screen printing workshop
1 pm Sat Aug 24: Learn screen printing from Artist in Residence Samantha Nelson. Registration starts Aug 10.
DIY fun craft
6 pm Mon Sep 23: Make a fall tea light holder. Registration starts Sep 9.
Gomboc Dumplings
Learn to make traditional Hungarian treats at the Tue Sep 17 Desserts of the World program. Registration starts 9:30 am Tue Sep 3.
Book clubs
Something for everyone: FDLPL has 5 book clubs, including the new Sci-fi/Fantasy group that meets 6:30 pm every 4th Thursday.