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 Cellist Kate Kayaian will perform in the Richardson Room of the Thomas Crane Library on January 8th as part of the library's Winter Concerts at the Crane series.
See video Guitarist Jerome Mouffe will perform in the Richardson Room of the Thomas Crane Library on January 29th as part of the library's Winter Concerts at the Crane series.
See video Violinist Robert Simonds will perform in the Richardson Room of the Thomas Crane Library on January 22nd as part of the library's Winter Concerts at the Crane series.
See video Author R. Marc Kantrowitz will be at the Thomas Crane Library on January 17th discussing his book "Old Whiskey and Young Women" as part of the library's Crime by the Book series.
See video Anna Wingfield, art instructor at the Woodward School for Girls, and students Ally Gagne, Jody Serani and Destiny Joseph talk about the art work on display at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of January.
See video Qi Qin of Quincy Asian Resources and educator Yan Deng talk about a presentation on January 25th entitled "All About Lunar New Year", featuring culture and traditions of Lunar New Year.
See video QHS/NQHS Choral Director Tim Carew and choral students talk about the holiday concert to be held at the Thomas Crane Library on December 22nd.
See video Landscape photographer Fred Claflin talks about his work that will be on display at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of December.
See video Sally Owen (Environmental Treasures), Al Bina and Tom Bonomi (Quarry & Granite Workers Museum) talk about a three-part series to be held in December at the Thomas Crane Library.
See video North Quincy High School teacher Cara Pekarcik talks about her expedition to Antartica and her presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on December 6th.
See video Danielle Owen of Maria Droste Counseling talks about a three-part series at the Thomas Crane Library entitled "Community Learning about Addiction, Prevention and Education (CAPE).
See video Mary Diggle of the Thomas Crane Library talks about the adult literacy program offered at the library, including free one-on-one tutoring.
See video Author Linda Kantor Swerdlow talks about her new book entitled "Global Activism in an American School" and a presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on December 10th.
See video Artist Bren Bataclan talks about his exhibit that will be on display at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of November.
See video Quincy poet/carpenter Bill Thibodeau talks about his appearance at the Thomas Crane Library on November 29th, part of the library's "Pop-up Poetry" series.