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 Beekeeper Noah Wilson-Rich, author of "The Bee: A Natural History" discusses his new book and a presentation he will give at the Thomas Crane Public Library on June 16th as part of the Quincy Environmental Treasures Program.
See video Dan Bird, Director of Volunteers at the Floating Hospital, discusses a new book about the Floating Hospital and a presentation to be held at the Thomas Crane Public Library on June 3rd.
See video Karen Giovaniello, President of the Quincy Art Association, talks about the member's art show that will be on display in the atrium of the Thomas Crane Public Library throughout the month of May.
See video Co-author Dave Wedge discusses his new book "Boston Strong," an inside look at the Boston Marathon bombings. Wedge and co-author Casey Sherman will be at the Thomas Crane Library on May 4th at 7pm.
See video Ron Iacabucci of the Quincy Career Center talks about a youth job fair (aimed at 16-20 year olds) to be held at the Thomas Crane Public Library on May 6th from 3pm-5pm.
See video Rabbi Alfred Benjamin and Jack Levy from the Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills discuss the film "Rafting to Bombay" which will screen at the Thomas Crane Public Library on April 16th, Holocaust Memorial Day / Yom HaShoah.
See video Sally Owen of the Quincy Environmental Treasures Program and John Sullivan of the Quincy DPW discuss a two-part series (a movie on April 23rd and a tour on April 25th) centered around Earth Day.
See video Anne-Marie Runfola, Volunteer Coordinator, and volunteers Caitlin Fitzmaurice and Mackenzie Welch from the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary talk about the program "Shipwreck Detectives" to be held on April 23rd for all ages.
See video Shelly Dein, Director of Energy and Sustainability for the City of Quincy, talks about Solarize Quincy, a program offering discounted solar panels to residents and businesses. An informational program will be held at the Thomas Crane Library on April 29th.
See video Annie Wright, President of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra, and Paul Hall, Vice President of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra, discuss a concert to be performed by members of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra on April 26th at 3pm.
See video The paintings of Quincy resident and artist Isabel Shamitz will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of April. The exhibit is titled "A Tale of Two Cities."
See video Wheaton College professor Laura Bohn discusses a series focusing on the classic Grimm fairy tales from an adult perspective.
See video Wheaton College professor Laura Bohn discusses a series focusing on the classic Grimm fairy tales from an adult perspective. The discussion, reading and movie series will take begin on March 11th and end in April.
See video Mouli Pal discusses a classical style of Indian dance called Odissi that she will perform at the Thomas Crane Library on March 8th.
See video Joseph Young, Artistic Director of the Genesis Chamber Singers, talks about the groups performance to take place on March 29th as part of the library's Concerts at the Crane series.