Tuesday, June 27 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM Sponsored by the Friends of Cranberry Public Library, we're pleased to welcome Louise Sturgess, Director of the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation. Her presentation reveals the quirks of fate and quirky physical characteristics that have made -and make- Pittsburgh the unique city that it is. Registration is required.
Hot Dog Fridays
Fridays during the summer 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Join us for lunch. $3.00 for a grilled hot dog, chips and bottled water.
$10.00 for a family 4-pack.
Sponsored by the Friends of Cranberry Library.
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.
Ancestry.com 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.
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.
Photo Gallery Did you know that you can view photos from Library events? Click here to see if the event you attended has photos. You are welcome to download the photos for personal use only.
Book Donations Accepted during regular library hours
The Friends of the Cranberry Public Library are collecting gently used books. Donations can be dropped off at the library circulation desk. Please do not leave books in the outdoor book return bin. Adult, teen and children’s books, both hardcover and paperbacks are welcome, if in good condition. The Library cannot accept encyclopedias, Readers’ Digest condensed editions, National Geographics, textbooks, VHS or audio cassette tapes, toys, puzzles, stuffed animals, newspapers, or computer equipment.
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.