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  1. Cranberry Township Community Apiary

    September 19, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Cranberry Public Library

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

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  2. Adults Crafter Dark - September

    September 24, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Franklin Station South

    Join us for our new monthly adult craft program. We'll be making autumn leaf candle jars and pipe cleaner squirrels. All materials provided.

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  3. Friends of the Library Meeting

    September 25, 2019, 6:30 PM

    Join the Friends and find new ways to support the Library. Meetings are casual and fun. We'll be discussing upcoming projects and events.

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  4. Genealogy Club: Beaver Valley Genealogy & History Center

    September 25, 2019, 6:30 PM @ Cranberry Public Library

    Learn about the vast resources available to genealogists in the Beaver County Genealogy & History Center, it is located to the former county 911 center at the Beaver Station Cultural & Event Center. The space is an undergrounds bunker - and well suited to preserving the collection.

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