Join us on Tues., Dec. 19 at 6:30. This year, the final night of the eight-night holiday observance will be celebrated with the lighting of a giant menorah, live entertainment and traditional foods, at a free party in front of the Municipal Center.
Everyone is welcome to participate in the candelabra lighting and family-friendly Hanukkah festivity which follows, sponsored by Chabad of Butler County and the Cranberry Jewish Community Association.
The library's annual fundraising campaign has begun. We greatly appreciate your generous donations each year. You can donate online, drop off your donation in person at the circulation desk or simply print and mail the form.
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Heading out of town for the holidays? Take the library's eResources with you! eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines, comics and graphic novels are now available on your electronic device. Visit the library's Electronic Resources page for information.