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.

Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Donna Friedman Artist Donna Friedman talks about her artwork that will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of June.
Embedded thumbnail for At the Library Concert: Brad Ellenberg Quintet A preview of the performance by the Brad Ellenberg Quintet, who recently performed as part of the Thomas Crane Library's Winter Concert Series. Look for the entire concert on QATV soon!
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Dr. Kate Clifford Larson Author Dr. Kate Clifford Larson will be at the Thomas Crane Library on May 9th discussing her new book "Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter."
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Chuck Collins Author Chuck Collins will be at the Thomas Crane Library on May 15th discussing his new book "Born on Third Base."
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Caring For Planet Earth Sally Owen (Quincy Environmental Treasures Program) and Irene Lutz (Quincycles) discuss "Caring For Planet Earth", a program to be held on April 18th at the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Giving While Living Sandra Smales of the Thomas Crane Library Foundation discusses "Giving While Living: Incorporating Charitable Giving in Your Financial & Tax Planning" to be held on April 22nd at the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Melissa Zimdars Dr. Melissa Zimdars of Merrimack College talks about her upcoming program "Exposing Fake News" on April 11th at the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Brian Williams On April 19th at the Thomas Crane Library, Brian Williams, professor of Islamic History at UMASS-Dartmouth, will discuss about the War on Terror and discuss his recent book "Counter Jihad: America's Military Experience in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria".
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Sandy Keldsen Performer/Dancer Sandy Keldsen talks about an upcoming performance at the Thomas Crane Library on April 30th entitled "Dances by Isadora."
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Childrens Programs in April Julie Rines, children's librarian at the Thomas Crane Library, talks about the numerous programs for children throughout the month of April, including April vacation week.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Computer Classes Vandana Sharma, Coordinator at Saheli South Shore, talks about upcoming computer classes at the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Muslim Culture & Connections Shareda Hosein, a community Muslim chaplain and retired US Army Reserves Lt. Col, will talk about the presence of Muslims in New England since 1619 on April 4th at the Thomas Crane Library, part of the library's Discover Historic New England series.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: English Talk Time Molly Makrogianis, program coordinator of English Talk Time at the Thomas Crane Library, and students Anna Movila and Monica Liu talks about the art work of students that will be on display at the library throughout the month of March.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: John Hill Curry College professor emeritus John Hill talks about his new book "Adam Smith's Equality and the Pursuit of Happiness" and an appearance at the Thomas Crane Library on March 22nd.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Felix and the Jazz Cats Andy Cook, member of the band Felix and the Jazz Cats, talks about the groups upcoming performance at the Thomas Crane Library on March 26th as part of the library's Winter Concert Series.