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 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.
See video Ron Iacobucci and Amy Clough of the Quincy Career Center provide information about a Veterans job fair on November 16th at the Thomas Crane Library.
See video Amber Hewett of the National Wildlife Federation discusses her presentation on November 15th at the Thomas Crane Library regarding wind power.
See video Author Dr. Steven Hatch discusses his book "Snowball in a Blizzard: Uncertainty in Medicine" and his appearance at the Thomas Crane Library on November 2nd.
See video Sarah Lodge-Wetherbe talks about her presentation "The Evolution of Creepypasta" on November 1st at the Thomas Crane Library.
See video The paintings of artist George Wang will be on display at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of October.
See video Author Maria Olia talks about her book "New England's Colonial Inns & Taverns" and her presentation on October 17th as part of the library's Discover Historic New England series.
See video Fay Strigler talks about the screening of "Merchants of Doubt" on October 18th. The screening is presented by the Quincy Climate Action Network, Mass Climate Action Network and Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station.
See video Michael Feltz talks about a presentation regarding the Shen Yun Orchestra on October 11th at the Thomas Crane Library.