Programs

  Mandala Painting flyerMandala Painting Class

Tuesday, August 6 at 6:00 PM

Join artist Mara Carlini for painting and meditation.  A $5 cash fee for materials is due at the door.  Space is limited and registration is required.  This program must have 6 participants in order to take place.


Summer Book Club  flyer

Summer Book Club

Select Tuesdays at 6:00 PM

Join us for some stellar reading this summer!  We’re reading selections from Neil Gaiman, Frank Herbert, and Pierce Brown.  Reserve your copy for June at the front desk starting May 20.  For Adults 18 and older.  No registration needed.

June 18 - American Gods by Neil Gaiman     July 23 - Red Rising by Pierce Brown      August 13 - Dune by Frank Herbert

Astronomical Crafts  flyerAstronomical Crafts

Tuesday, August 20 at 6:00 PM

Join us for some cool space crafts!  Why should the kids have all the fun? For Adults 18 and older.  Space is limited and registration is required.


Sci-Fi Tic-Tac-Toe!  flyerSci-Fi Tic-Tac-Toe!

Play a round of Tic-Tac-Toe and enter to win weekly prizes. Game cards are available at the circulation desk.

For Adults 18 and older.


Cranberry Township Community Apiary flyerCranberry Township Community Apiary

 Presented by Mason Miller - In conjunction with the Cranberry Public Library

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm

Cranberry’s Pollinator Garden is designed to be a community resource for education about pollination and beekeeping.  A part of Cranberry Highlands’ Audubon Sanctuary certification program, the Garden provides a bee-friendly habitat adjacent to the municipal golf course for honey beehive placement and instruction.  The Pollinator Garden is a joint project of Cranberry Township-which owns the facility-together with Cranberry Highlands and Burgh Bees.  Discover how you can become involved with the local community apiary.  Whether you want to become a bee keeper, a sponsor, or just want to help, we will find a niche for you.  Registration is required.


Bigfoot flyer

Bigfoot in Pennsylvania

Thursday, October 24 at 6:30 PM

Brian Seech is a researcher and investigator of the unexplained and founder of two research groups, Center for Unexplained Events (CUE) and Center for Cryptozoological Studies (CCS). Brian has been researching the unexplained since 1986.

          Brian has appeared on Monsters & Mysteries in America on Destination America, a national cable channel. He was featured on the independent film; “Mountain Devil, the Search for Frank Peterson”, was an extra in “The Mothman Prophecies” movie filmed in Pittsburgh and has also appeared on various internet radio shows. He also co-wrote articles for the Creature Chronicles column in the Hancock County Courier in WV from August – November 2013.

          Brian was a co-instructor for the first ever cryptozoology class at Eastern Gateway College in Steubenville OH in 2013 & 2015.

He will be giving a presentation entitled “Bigfoot in Pennsylvania”. Learn about the history and local sightings of this mysterious creature, Afterwards, there will be a question & answer session and eyewitnesses can come forward with their sightings. Register Here.  If you have had an encounter or sighting in PA, OH, or WV please contact Brian at centerforcryptostudies@gmail.com

 

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