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FDL Public Library


32 Sheboygan Street



  • Group Rental Available
  • Public Meeting Rooms
  • Wi-Fi


Monday through Thursday 9am to 8pm
Friday 9am to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 4pm
Sunday (October through May only) 12 to 4

About FDL Public Library

The Fond du Lac Public Library supports a high quality of life in Fond du Lac through reading, lifelong learning and community involvement. There are three locations: Main Library, 32 Sheboygan St.; FDLPL Express, near Festival Foods; and Journeys at St. Agnes, inside the hospital. For more information, visit

Available for private parties:
McLane Room (capacity 94)
Mid-States Room (capacity 20)
Study Room (capacity 8)
Carry-in food allowed. Sink and counter in all rooms.
Fridge/freezer available for McLane.

Upcoming Events

Digital Death: Are You Ready?

3–4 PM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

If you have a mobile phone, take a selfie and share with your friends on Facebook, invest in bitcoins, bank online, or own your own web domain, you have digital assets. Available data shows the average total value of your digital assets is $54,000. Yet, surveys show 95% of us don’t know what happens to our digital assets after our death or in the event of incapacity. Don’t feel too bad. Even the lawyers aren’t sure about the rules and laws managing our digital life.

Your estate now includes digital assets, a new type of property. Your digital assets are governed by terms of service contracts and federal privacy rules that don’t exist for a paper-based death. These rules the new laws you and your executor and other fiduciaries must consider when making a plan for your digital death - or serving as an executor. These rules are not the same in all 50 states - or for all internet service providers like Google and Facebook. This new paradigm has created multiple traps for you and your survivors to plan for and manage a digital-based death.
You will learn about the different types of digital assets your estate may include and the rules applicable to different types of digital assets.

You will learn why planning and managing a digital-based death is different than planning and managing a paper-based death - where the instructions in your will or trust for you tweets and selfies must match the terms of service you agreed with when you opened a new account.

You will learn about the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (UFADAA). This new law requires you include written consent language in your will or durable power of attorney to give your agent the right to manage and access your free email and social media accounts.

The course includes checklists you can follow to protect your digital assets..

You can use what you learn and have intelligent conversations with your lawyer, your spouse,
and other interested parties about your digital life when you go offline,
including your right to be forgotten.

Part of Money Smart Week 2018.

Seven Degrees of Money Smart

2–3 PM
Facebook Live Stream ONLY

There are seven things you can do to be smart about your money and your financial future. Some remarkable, common-sense ways you may never have thought about. Presented by Carl Sabatino.

Part of Money Smart Week 2018.

Click the link to watch the live stream of this workshop.

For more information, visit

The Big Read

6–7 PM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

For kids ages 5-12 and families. Come share our story "Those Shoes" by Maribeth Boelts and learn about needs and wants. We'll create a giant needs vs. wants display together! Every family gets a copy of the book. A partner program with Money Smart Week.

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The ZON Factor with Tammy Duchow

1–2 PM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

A presentation based her book by the same name, Tammy will demonstrate how every business can benefit from’s impressive 300 million monthly visitors. Whether you’re a consultant, a bartender, a fitness instructor, a dentist or a plumber it’s possible to make more with Amazon.

Part of Money Smart Week 2018

For more information, visit

Safe Cell: Security, Shopping & Banking

6–7 PM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

Learn how to secure your cell phone to avoid scamming and identity theft. Hear what banks are doing to ensure security. Discover fun shopping and saving apps and sites.

Part of Money Smart Week 2018

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How to Live with Minimum for Maximum Fulfillment

10–11 AM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

In 2018, Marissa Romero decided not only to put the terms "digital nomad and laptop lifestyle" to the test and take her online businesses worldwide, she embraced the simplicity and beauty of becoming a minimalist. At the end of 2017, Marissa downsized from a 3 bedroom house in Scottsdale, AZ to just one suitcase and a backpack. In this presentation, Marissa will explain the ins and outs of minimalism, the financial benefits of having "less," and how the minimalist life could bring newfound fulfillment and freedom to everyday life.

Part of Money Smart Week 2018

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Bank Your Smarts (for teens)

1–3 PM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

Learn some financial smarts and paint your own ceramic bank. Free. No registration required. For teens in grades 6-12. Part of Money Smart Week, 2018

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Family Lego Night

6–7:30 PM
FDL Public Library (32 Sheboygan)

Enjoy a casual evening of Lego fun. Drop in anytime between 6 pm and 7:30 pm. For children in grades k-8 and their families. We will have regular Legos and duplos for our younger siblings. No registration.

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