Fondulac District Library provides current, accurate, high demand and high interest materials primarily to Fondulac District residents by acquiring, organizing and disseminating books, non-print materials and services that help educate, enrich, entertain and inform.
Fondulac District Library is committed to the support of a culture of lifelong learning in this community.
The Fondulac District Library was established through the efforts of the East Peoria Woman’s Club in June 1935. Within a few months’ time, it outgrew its original location and was moved to two rooms over City Hall, then located on the northwest corner of Main and Washington Streets. By 1939, more books had been added to the collection, circulation was up, and the rooms were crowded.
To reflect the actual financial support, the name of the library was changed to Fondulac Township Library on June 1, 1962. In 1973, Fondulac Township voters approved conversion of the township library to a district library and the name was changed again to Fondulac District Library.
After several moves the library was relocated to its current location at 140 East Washington Street.
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