But don’t you worry; there are still plenty of exciting events going on around the area.
Here’s a look at what’s happening this weekend.
Of course, don’t forget to log on to Cranberry Patch the following day for complete coverage of the game. Go Raiders!
2. Go Bowling, Wii-style -- Cranberry’s senior residents are invited to get their game on at the weekly Wii events held at the Cranberry Senior Center in the township municipal building on Rochester Road.
Wii bowling is held on weekdays. Work on your game, and then become a member of the Wii Bowling League of the senior centers in Butler County.
3. Learn to Snowshoe -- Travel a few miles out of Cranberry and hit up the Jennings Environmental Education Center in Slippery Rock this weekend.
Winter Trails Day, a national event in its 16th year, gives children and adults unfamiliar to snowshoeing and cross country skiing an opportunity to explore the sports free of charge. Registration is required. Call the center at 724-794-6011 for more information.
4. Take Out Your Sled -- One benefit of this weekend's snowy weather: there's lots of the white stuff, and it's perfect for taking a ride at North Boundary Park’s sled-riding hill. Good for kids or those who are kids at heart.
5. Appreciate Some Art -- Head to the Cranberry Public Library from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday to enjoy works from the Allegheny Highlands Botanical Society. The experience will be enhanced with a woodwind performance by the North Hills Symphonic Orchestra. The event is free and open to the public.