Reading is for the Birds

Reading is for the Birds

March 16, 2022

by Emilyn Linden

I'm increasingly on the lookout for tangible signs of spring as we creep up on the spring equinox. I’m always looking around for crocuses, daffodils, snowdrops and bloodroot (though I’m probably still too early for many of them)....

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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Iditarod

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Iditarod

March 9, 2022

by Debbie Rosenberg

The 50th anniversary of the Iditarod started on Saturday, March 5 with a ceremonial start of the race in Anchorage, but the mushers and dogs then moved from Anchorage to Willow to begin the 10-day trek on the Northern Passage ...

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Give graphic novels a chance; they may surprise you

Give graphic novels a chance; they may surprise you

March 2, 2022

by Katie Killian

Superheroes, comics, funny pages. If you’ve never given graphic novels a chance, you might not have a real grasp of the depth and breadth of what they’re capable of. And if you’ve not visited the second floor recently, you might ...

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Discover the work of a professional pixel artist with the Idea Studio

Discover the work of a professional pixel artist with the Idea Studio

February 24, 2022

Join pixel artist and animator John Stratman as he discusses his influences and process, and demonstrates his craft at the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Idea Studio. 

On Tuesday, March 22 at 6 p.m., Stratman will present “Beyond the Bit: Crea...

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Enjoy art created by local youth during the Youth Art Month exhibit at Langdon Gallery

Enjoy art created by local youth during the Youth Art Month exhibit at Langdon Gallery

February 24, 2022

Art created by students at Fond du Lac’s elementary schools will be the feature of the March Langdon Divers Community Gallery exhibit at the Fond du Lac Public Library. The pieces were created in honor of Youth Art Month.

Enjoy rainbow dot pain...

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Everyone Deserves Health & Wellness

Everyone Deserves Health & Wellness

February 23, 2022

by Alana LaBeaf

The theme of Black History Month this year is Health & Wellness, so in this last full week of the month I want to highlight some books in this vein. There are so many directions this topic can go, and I can’t come close to coverin...

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Create a botanical wax sachet and more during March art & craft events at FDLPL

Create a botanical wax sachet and more during March art & craft events at FDLPL

February 23, 2022

Discover your next hobby, or simply enjoy an evening of fun, as the Fond du Lac Public Library offers multiple arts and crafts programs for adults during March.

  • Bad Art Night returns Monday, March 7 at 6 p.m., when painters are asked to bring the...

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Hear the music of the suffragette movement during History at Home

Hear the music of the suffragette movement during History at Home

February 23, 2022

Hear music that helped rally the cry for equal rights for women with “Music of the Suffragette Movement” during the Thursday, March 10 History at Home program at the Fond du Lac Public Library.

Professional musician Phil Passen will present s...

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Computer, smartphone basics will be taught during March classes

Computer, smartphone basics will be taught during March classes

February 23, 2022

Not sure how to use a computer or smartphone? Not comfortable with surfing the web?

A series of classes at the Fond du Lac Public Library during March will help.

During “A Beginner’s Guide to Smartphones,” learn how to use these highly mobile co...

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Celebrate great women in the Children

Celebrate great women in the Children's Room at FDLPL

February 23, 2022

Talented women have contributed to America for generations. Celebrate their achievements in the Children’s Room of the Fond du Lac Public Library during Women’s History Month.

Masks are required for participation in these and all other progra...

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