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 Kevin Rogers, a member of Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands, provides information about a program featuring the Boston Harbor Islands (including how they were formed geologically and politically) to be held on August 18th at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
See video Nathan Pipho of Quincycles talks about Bicycle Month at the Thomas Crane Public Library and all the corresponding events happening throughout the month of August.
See video Local author Anthony Sammarco will appear at the Thomas Crane Public Library on August 4th to discuss his new book, "Lost Boston."
See video Children's Librarian Julie Rines discusses the children's events held throughout the month of August.
See video The works of photographer Ellen Webber will be on exhibit in the Coletti Reading Room of the Thomas Crane Public Library. The exhibit, entitled "Statues of Our Lady," will feature images celebrating the divine feminine as personified by Mary.
See video Magician Debbie O'Carroll will perform "The Fun and Games Magic Show" on the lawn of the Thomas Crane Public Library on August 1st.
See video Asylum Quartet will feature classical, minimalism, indie rock and other styles when the four classically-trained saxophonists kick-off the 2014 Concert on the Lawn series on July 10th.
See video New Orleans swamp-rock, classic boogie-woogie, folk, Memphis rock & roll and other styles will be heard when Jumpin' Juba comes to the Thomas Crane Public Library as part of the Concert on the Lawn series on July 17th.
See video Acousticana, playing Bluegrass, Tex-Mex, folk, country, gospel, and Cajun music, will take the lawn of the Thomas Crane Public Library on July 31st as part of the Concert on the Lawn series.
See video Media historian and Lesley University professor Donna Halper (author of "Invisible Stars: A Social History of Women in American Broadcasting") will discuss women candidates in our modern era, and how newspapers, magazines, radio and television have reported about them during a presentation at the Thomas Crane Public Library on July 14th.
See video Local historian and author Christopher Daly will present about Bonnie and Clyde on July 28th at the Thomas Crane Public Library, discussing the murders, robberies, shootouts and hideouts of this infamous couple.
See video Al Young, Quincy resident and award winning former professional journalist, will talk about his book "How the Game has Changed" and how sports has been covered from Young's experiences from the early 1970s to now. The presentation will take place on July 7th from 7pm-8:30pm.
See video The works of artist Elaine Croce Happnie will be on display throughout the month of July at the Thomas Crane Public Library. The exhibit, entitled "Dreamscapes" uses historic photo printing methods in a modern sophisticated style.
See video Gina Favata and Julie Rines speak about programs for teens and children at the Thomas Crane Public Library in the month of July.
See video Quincy resident Glen Buscher, a volunteer at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, shares stories and photos about his experiences at the games during a presentation to be held on June 9th.