About FVLC

The Fox Valley Library Council, Inc. (FVLC) was established in 1977 by the libraries of the Fox Valley. As a nonprofit corporation, the Council brings together the collections and professional expertise of school, public, academic and special libraries. The Council plans programs and services which allow sharing of materials and information with all residents of east central Wisconsin. The council also cooperates with other regional library councils throughout Wisconsin.

FVLC primarily serves the east central Wisconsin counties of Outagamie, Winnebago, Waupaca, Green Lake, Waushara, Marquette and Fond du Lac.


Join us on Friday, May 6, 2016 for "Humor for the Health of It" with Bill Collar, 9:00am-noon at the Kaukauna Public Library's new location. After the workshop, stay for lunch and the annual FVLC general membership meeting and elections. 

Documents for the meeting:


All school, public, academic, and special libraries in the Fox Valley area are members of FVLC  whether they like it or not.

  • Staff at any of these libraries are encouraged to participate.
  • Staff at Fox Valley area libraries may join the FVLC-L email list. Topics include meeting announcements and minutes, legislative alerts, and reference "stumpers." Join the conversation.
  • Get involved with FVLC! Contact any FCLC executive Board members if you would like to help. It's good -- and good for you.