We want to do our part to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Following a directive from the Pennsylvania Office of Commonwealth Libraries, and supported by Governor Tom Wolf, Cranberry Public Library closed to the public on Saturday, March 14.
But, you do have options during this time!
With a valid library card, most online resources are available 24/7. Books, downloadable audio items, and online magazines are available for checkout. Many databases are available to assist with reference inquires. To access these resources, visit our e-Resources page, https://www.cranberrylibrary.org/892/Electronic-Resources
Library staff will be available via phone to assist with online resources and questions.
While the library staff were ready and willing to implement a curbside pickup plan, we are disheartened to say that the state has asked that we not provide this service as originally planned. For this, we offer a sincere apology.
In addition to the closing, all Cranberry Public Library storytimes, events, programs for all ages are cancelled through April 30, 2020.
At this time, we anticipate reopening for business on April 6, but will continue to monitor the situation and make appropriate decisions as necessary.