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 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.
See video The photographs of Quincy resident Christine Moriarty will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of March. The exhibit will feature photographs taken in Ireland.
See video Jennifer Hoadley of the Alzheimer's Association talks about a presentation to be held at the Thomas Crane Public Library on March 10th.
See video Amanda Pegg-Wheat, children's librarian at the Wollaston branch of the Thomas Crane Library, talks about an on-going science program for pre-school aged children offered at the Wollaston branch.
See video Mouli Pal discusses a classical style of Indian dance called Odissi that she will perform at the Thomas Crane Library on February 8th.
See video Author Rory O'Brien will appear at the Thomas Crane Public Library on January 6th to discuss his book "Gallows Hill" about the Salem Witch Trials of 1692
See video Local author and former Patriot Ledger reporter Jack Encarnacao discusses his new book "Legendary Locals of Quincy" and about the stories and characters of Quincy's history. Encarnacao will be at the Thomas Crane Library on January 20th to discuss some of the people featured.
See video Music professor Delvyn Case talks about a four-part series about rock & roll history. The series will take place on four consecutive Tuesday evenings beginning on January 27th.
See video Rebecca McWilliams of QCAN (Quincy Climate Action Network) talks about a program to be held at the Thomas Crane Library on January 13th regarding climate change and how its affecting the Northeastern United States, featuring guest speaker Dr. Stephen Young, professor of remote sensing and environmental sustainability in the Geography Department at Salem State University.
See video Adventure travel journalist Peter Mandel will talk about his travels throughout the world on December 16th at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
See video Chef Liz Barbour will present "Healthy Holiday Entertaining" on December 9th at the Thomas Crane Public Library, discussing ways to avoid unhealthy holiday food and how to prepare for entertaining family and friends at home, enabling you to avoid stress and enjoy the holidays.
See video A collection of photographic works by Peter Jackson will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library throughout the month of December in the Coletti Reading Room.
See video Mary Diggle of the Thomas Crane Public Library talks about the library's literacy program, a tutoring program for adults who struggle with reading and writing.