Masks Mandated For All Library Programs and Storytimes
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cranberry Public Library, along with Cranberry Township, has been monitoring recommendations from the Department of Health and Education, as well as CDC guidelines to determine safety protocols for Cranberry Public Library.
Due to the recent increase in COVID-19 transmission and in abundance of caution, the Library will be mandating masks for all adults and children 2 years of age & older during all library programs and storytimes. The expectation is that masks will be required while Butler County has substantial or high transmission levels.
The Library and Township continue to monitor both state and local guidance and request understanding that protocols and expectations could change. Changes will be communicated via the Library’s website.
Don't miss our Teen Monthly Challenge, a fun activity in which teens can show off their creativity!
Introducing DiversiTeen -- a new club all about exploring diversity in our community and in Teen Fiction. We will read and respectfully discuss books selected to inspire change, embrace diversity, and promote inclusivity.
Meetings are on select Thursdays from 6pm-7pm. Registration is preferred, but not required. For teens in grades 6 through 12.
Check out Teen Writer's Club! Share your writing with other teen writers, work on fun prompts to challenge your writing skills, and contribute to the Cranberry Public Library Teen Literary Magazine Wordplay.
We meet on select Wednesdays at 6:30 pm. Registration is preferred, but not required. Contact Miss Janae for more info.
September's Teen Take and Make: Origami Lucky Stars
Do you have suggestions for teen programs at the library? Want to have a say in what books and materials are ordered? Need volunteer or service hours? Then consider joining our Teen Advisory Board (TAB)!
Meetings are twice a month on select Tuesdays from 4pm-5pm. No registration required. Contact Miss Janae for more info.
Check out our very own teen magazine, WORDPLAY, created by local teens!