Adult Programs

Have a suggestion for a program at the library? Fill out the Proposal for a Library Program form and submit it to us for consideration.

Flyer for Butler Paranormal Investigations program

If you hear something going bump in the night, who are you gonna call? If you live in the Butler County area, you'll call Butler Paranormal Investigations (BPI)!

On Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm, BPI will present some of the evidence they've collected of paranormal activity, explain their process and the equipment they use, and share stories of memorable experiences. 

Space is limited and registration is required.

Flyer with images of books and people writing

Join us for an inspirational writing class to learn how to create your own legacy book! Share the story of your life to pass down to loved ones and future generations. Participants will be given prompts to help you craft your story and share your memories. Presented by Christine Michael.

This is a virtual program via Zoom. Participants will be emailed a Zoom link on the day of the program.

Register here.

Flyer for Combating Hate and White Supremacy Online

On Tuesday, November 15 at 6 pm, we'll welcome back Shannon Martinez for another talk about combating hate and extremism online. 

A former violent white supremacist, Shannon has over two decades of experience inoculating individuals against violence-based lifestyles and ideologies.

If you missed her presentation last year or would like to see it again, be sure to sign up! You can register here.

Flyer for the Cranberry Writing Club

Join the Cranberry Writing Club!

The Cranberry Writing Club is an open and welcoming group for writers to learn, discuss, share, and gain motivation and support from other writers. They meet one Tuesday per month at 5:30 pm. 

Upcoming Meetings: 
August 9
September 13
October 4
November 1

This is a drop-in program, no registration required.

Masks Now Optional 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 guidance from the CDC and in accordance with township protocols, masks are now optional during all library sponsored programs and storytimes. Those wishing to wear masks may continue to do so. All library sponsored programs are listed on our events calendar

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.

book stack clipartBook Donations

We are still not accepting book donations at this time.