At Your Library: Events Happening at the Thomas Crane Public Library

At Your Library is a monthly show featuring events and happenings at the Thomas Crane Public Library.  Find segments from past episodes below.

See video Lenny Solomon of the Lenny Solomon Band talks about the group's performance on July 7th as part of the library's Concert on the Lawn series.
See video The works of photographer Mark Chester will be on exhibit throughout the month of June at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
See video Nathan Phillips (Ecologist & Professor at Boston University) and Tyler Soleau (Outreach Director at Acadia Center) talk about their presentation on June 20th about gas pipelines.
See video The library's "Crime by the Book" series continues on June 14th with author Robert Knox and his book "Suosso's Lane" a modern Sacco-Vanzetti tale.
See video Bob Michelson of the Minot Light Underwater Archaeology Project talks about the presentation to be held on June 7th about the "Perfect Storm" of 1851 and its toll on the lighthouse.
See video The choirs of Quincy High School and North Quincy High School will perform at the Thomas Crane Library on May 3rd (QHS) and May 5th (NQHS).
See video Karen Giovanniello, President of the Quincy Art Association, talks about the organization's annual "Spring into Art" exhibit, on display at the Thomas Crane Library from May 7th until May 28th.
See video Boston private investigator and author John DiNatale talks about his book "Memoirs of a Boston PI" and his appearance at the Thoma Crane Library on May 10th.
See video Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe will present "Faster than a Speeding Bullet: A Brief History of Comics" on May 16th at the Thomas Crane Library, part of the library's Grownups 20s & 30s series.
See video Author Robine Andrau will discuss her book "Bowing to the Emperor" at a presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on May 9th.
See video Brian DeFelice and Eileen Fontenot of the Thomas Crane Library talk about the Liquorature Book Club that meets the 2nd Monday of each month. The club is part of the library's Grownups 20s & 30s programs.
See video Brian DeFelice and Eileen Fontenot of the Thomas Crane Library talk about the Grownups 20s & 30s Classic Film Series that will meet every Saturday at the library.
See video Local history professor and author Christopher Daley will present "No Irish Need Apply" as on April 5th part of the Thomas Crane Library's "Discover Historic New England" series.
See video Author Stephen Kurkjian talks about his book "Master Thieves - The Boston Gangsters Who Pulled Off the World's Greatest Art Heist" and his presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on April 11th, part of the library's "Crime By the Book" series.
See video World traveler and photojournalist Barry Pell returns to the Thomas Crane Library on April 19th to talks about his visit to Indonesia and East Timor.