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Posted on: July 10, 2018

Sculpture captures the idea behind Cranberry library makerspace

A new steel sculpture by artist Alex Howland is being used to symbolize the campaign behind Cranberry Township Community Chest’s 2019 Project of the Year: installing a makerspace inside the Cranberry public library. The six-foot tall sculpture, in the shape of a giant light bulb, will be given its first public showing during Community Days in Community Park, July 12-14. Thereafter, it will reside in the Mazzoni Reading Garden of the Township library. In addition to the makerspace, improvements to the library covered by the project include installing an RFID system for more reliable checkouts; improved ADA accessibility including automatic sliding doors; energy and environmental improvements including energy efficient LED lighting, light enhanced painting, environmentally friendly carpeting; improved ergonomics layout; and upgraded staff areas.

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