Cranberry Public Library Programs & Activities

ABC Come Read with Me Storytimes 2019

Listen to stories, sing songs, make a craft, and have a ton of fun at this storytime for mixed ages! Recommended for families with children of varying ages 19 months to 5 years.
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Adult Crafter Dark

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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All Roads Lead North

Debby Rabold, Author and Local Historian for Bell Acres Borough and Amy Steele, Executive Director at Northland Public Library, present All Routes Lead North. Join them for a road trip through northern Allegheny County as it appeared a century ago.
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Bigfoot in Pennsylvania

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.
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Craft-A-Connection Book Club

Once a month, we will discuss a book, learn some stuff and create a craft that goes along with the story. Copies of the book are available at the circulation desk to read before the book club meets. Open to children in grades 1st-3rd.
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Genealogy: Family History Intro & Basics

Participants should bring their own laptop or technology to the program so they can participate in hands on searching and learning. Class is being taught by local genealogist, Sue Ennis. All ages and skill levels welcome.
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Infant Storytime 2019

Babies and their caregivers share smiles, stories, and more at storytime for our littlest readers! Recommended ages birth through 18 months.
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Sesame Street Day Celebration

Come celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street at a special Saturday program on November 9 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Geared toward toddlers and preschoolers, however, all ages are welcome. Registration is preferred, but not required.
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Tail Waggin’ Tutors

For elementary-aged children. Practice reading with one of our dog tutors the first Thursday of each month between 6:30 PM -7:30 PM for a 20 minute session. Online registration required.
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Teen Light Photography

Come explore the practice and magic of light photography. Learn the basics and take home a creation. Presented by Tom Higgs. Wednesday, November 13 at 6:00 PM. For teens in grades 6-12. Space is limited.
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Teen/Tween String Art

String a piece of art! Create an art piece using string and nails on a wood background. We’ll have simple templates or you can try your own. Space is limited. For tweens and teens grade 4-12.
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Tween Frankentoy

Ask yourself, “What would Dr. Frankenstein do?” Come join us for an evening of Frankentoy creations. For tweens in grades 4 -6, online registration is required and space is limited.
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Why Pittsburgh? A Story of Innovation

Anne Madarasz is the Curatorial Division Director, Chief Historian, and Director of the Western PA Sports Museum at the Heinz History Center. Anne's talk, Why Pittsburgh? A Story of Innovation, will focus
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Witches of Pennsylvania: Occult History and Lore

Discover the strange but true history of witchcraft in Pennsylvania. Since William Penn presided over the state’s only official witch trial in 1684, witchcraft and folk magic have been a part of the history of the Keystone state.
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