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We are proud to offer a genealogy resource for those patrons looking for information on their ancestors. Ancestry.com is a great tool to help you locate family information. This site must be accessed while using the library computers.
Cranberry Highlands Pro Shop is having a Tent Sale April 24-26 to welcome back our customers to a new season of golf! Discounts on Titleist golf balls, hats & golf accessories, apparel & shoes, golf clubs and more.
The golf course is officially OPEN for the 2015 season - CART PATH ONLY. The range will be officially OPEN on Friday, April 17th; and CLOSED every Monday until 3 PM for maintenance.
The Friends of the Cranberry Public Library is holding a book sale, Friday - Sunday, April 17 - 19 in the library. All books are new or gently used, priced from a 50 cents to $1; with best-sellers priced a bit higher.
Big kids (over 18) can play, too, in our new Adult Dek Hockey Leagues.
Instructors from the Fish and Boat Commission will offer its free Basic Boating safety course in two evening sessions, from 6 to 10 pm on Mon. & Tues., May 11 and 12 in the Municipal Center.
The Friends of the Cranberry Public Library is holding a book sale, Friday - Sunday, April 17 - 19 in the library. All books are new or gently used, priced from a $1 to 50 cents; with best-sellers priced a bit higher.
Join us April 11 as we celebrate CranFest with a showcase of Township programs and services, 12-3 pm; and our first Folk & Food Festival, 12-5 pm in the Municipal Center.
Ask The Most Interesting Man, my friends.
Preview our giant summer program guide online - registration is open now for Camp Cranberry, aquatic programs and so much more. We have lots of new programs for all ages and interests.
Butler County Master Gardeners have partnered with us to offer a series of four master classes about different aspects of successful gardening.
We are pleased to partner with The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) and the TMS Foundation to welcome the Comic-tanium exhibit to Cranberry Public Library!
Green light-go program to fund alternate signal plans
Cranberry will maintain signals in neighboring communities
Municipal association honors Township for third year in a row
The library's catalog is temporarily unavailable. To renew your items, please call the library at 724-776-9100. If you leave a message, please be sure to leave your library card number as well. We apologize for the inconvenience.