George Washington flyerGeorge Washington Flopped Here

Sunday, April 7 at 2:00 PM

North and South Franklin Station Rooms

Speaker: Len Barcousky

The story of how a young Virginian made one ghastly error after another, failed multiple times, failed better, learned from his mistakes and prepared himself for the leading role in the American Revolution and the creation of the U.S. government.  Registration required.

Genealogy: Family History Intro and Basics

March 12     April 9     June 11     July 9   

6:00 - 7:30 PM

Participants should bring their own laptop or technology to the program so they can participate in hands on searching and learning. Class is being taught by local genealogist, Sue Ennis. All ages and skill levels welcome.  Registration is required.

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Consumer Reports

Cars, food, electronics and more... make better purchasing decisions. This complete database is online for Cranberry Library card holders.  Click here to try it out.

Carol's Corner
Looking for a quick-pick read? Don’t have time to browse the huge stacks? Try Carol’s Corner. Located along the front glass wall of the library, tucked away in a quiet corner with two comfy chairs, Carol’s Corner offers ongoing displays with varying themes.
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We are proud to offer a genealogy resource for those patrons looking for information on their ancestors. is a great tool to help you locate family information.  This site must be accessed while using the library computers.
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HeritageQuest Online

We are proud to offer another genealogy resource that can be accessed from home using your library card number.
Heritage Quest Online combines digital, searchable images of U.S. federal census records with the digitized version of the popular ProQuest Genealogy & Local History collection and other valuable content.

Click Here to get started on the journey to your family history.
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Book Donations 

The Friends of the Cranberry Public Library are collecting gently used books. Donations can be dropped off at the library circulation desk during normal library hours. Please do not leave books in the outdoor book return bin. Adult, teen and children’s books, both hardcover and p
aperbacks are welcome, if in good condition.  Intake and processing of donated items takes a significant amount of staff time. As such, no more than 4 boxes/bags of donated items will be accepted at any one time by a person/group. 

The following items will not be accepted as donations:

  • Textbooks
  • Newspapers
  • VHS or Cassette tapes
  • Encyclopedia sets
  • Sacred texts of any religion
  • Toys, puzzles, stuffed animals
  • Readers Digest Condensed Editions
  • National Geographic magazines
  • Items in poor condition
  • Computer equipment, hardware, and software
If you would like a tax receipt, please count the number of hardcover, paperback, CD's and other materials before bringing your donations to the circulation desk where you will receive your receipt.
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Can't find a book in Butler County? You can try InterLibrary Loan or you may also fill out a Suggest A Purchase form
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Do you have a good idea for a program? 
We welcome your suggestions
read the program policy
fill out the form, and bring it to the library.