Financial Aid 101
Parents and teens, are you looking for help paying for college but don't know where to start? Join us for Financial Aid 101 with Wendy Dunlap of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA). Wendy will discuss higher education costs, the types of financial aid available, and how to apply for financial aid.
This is a virtual program. Registration is required, and registrants will receive a Zoom link the day of the event. Tuesday, February 1 from 6:30-7:30 pm.
How to Deal with Clutter Overwhelm
This class, taught by two Certified Professional Organizers and authors, will help those dealing with the challenge of “too much stuff” in their homes. Vickie Dellaquila of Organization Rules and Jill Yesko of Discover Organizing will share 5 supportive and stress reducing ways to clear the possessions from your living spaces.
Registration is required. Tuesday, February 22 at 6:30 pm.
Marketing The Presidency: A Visual Tour of 125 Years of Presidential Artifacts
Join local presidential historian Stephen Mihaly for a look at some weird, wild and fascinating artifacts from presidential campaigns! Among the 300 pieces you’ll see from his collection are a Teddy Roosevelt cast iron door stop and a Richard Nixon shower head.
Registration is required. Wednesday, February 23 from 6:30-7:30 pm.
Carol Schoenig - The Caretaker
Local author Carol Schoenig will speak about her book The Caretaker. Carol is a writer of romance stories and 'Boomer Lit' -- stories of people in their sixties and older finding love.
Tuesday, March 1 at 6:30 pm.
Yes, You Can: A Storytelling Workshop
Join author and professional storyteller Dr. David F. Brauer for a storytelling workshop. In this 2-part series you will learn about the verbal and written art of storytelling. By the end of this workshop you will be able to write your own short story, learn how to present it, and gain tips and tricks for getting published.
2-part series: March 22 and April 5 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. You must register for the first session in order to attend the second session.
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.
We are still not accepting book donations at this time.