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

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

See video Author Leo J. Maloney will discuss his past professions and current fictional works "Termination Orders" and "Silent Assassin, loosely based on the author's own experiences.
See video The photography of Maureen Fahey, entitled "Morocco: Land at the Crossroads," will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library throughout the month of April.
See video A presentation by Barry Pell will hi-light the traditions, ceremonies and the people of Morocco during a presentation to be held on April 17th.
See video Children's Librarian Julie Rines talks about the children's programs for the month of April.
See video Sally Owen of the Quincy Environmental Treasures Program and Peter Fifield provide details about a low-tide walking tour of Raccoon Island to be held on April 5th.
See video Local author Rich Feitelberg discusses a program featuring six local authors who have recently penned books. The program will take place on April 8th. Authors to be featured include Feitelberg, Uzuri Wilkerson, Vlad Vaslyn, Randy Staples, RJ Jeffreys and Joe Ross.
See video Adams Shore branch librarians Leah Phelan and Lori Seegraber talk about the branch and its unique building.
See video Vanessa Holroyd (flute) and Barabara Poeschl-Edrich (harp) will perform at the Thomas Crane Public Library as part of the Concert at the Crane series on Sunday, March 23rd.
See video Christopher Klein, author of "Strong Boy: The Life and Times of John L. Sullivan" will be at the Thomas Crane Public Library on March 19th to discuss his new book about the Boston boxer, considered America's first sports superstar.
See video Jonathan Twining, professor of environmental science at Eastern Nazarene College, discusses his presentation, to be held on March 11th at the Thomas Crane Public Library, about vernal pools and their need for the survival of rare amphibians.
See video Doug Most, author of "The Race Underground: Boston, New York and the Incredible Rivalry That Built America's First Subway," discusses his new book and talks about his presentation at the Thomas Crane Public Library on March 4th at 7pm.
See video Musicians Mark Leighton and Peter H. Bloom will perform at the Thomas Crane Library as part of the library's "Concert at the Crane" series on February 23rd at 3pm in the Richardson Room.
See video Thomas Crane Library North Quincy branch librarian Jessie Thuma talks about the library's busiest branch library.
See video Gina Favata, the young adult and adult services librarian at the Thomas Crane Library, talks about a program about swords, aimed at middle and high school students, to take place on Saturday, February 22nd.
See video Stephen Lewis will share his collection of Cuban political posters at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of February.