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: The Van Burens Matt Spitz of The Van Burens chats about music and the band's upcoming performance at the Thomas Crane Public Library on March 29th beginning at 6pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: The Golden Lane Trio An interview and performance with Bill & Pat Black of the Golden Lane Trio in advance of their performance at 3pm on Sunday, March 17th at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Nico Rivers & the Black Grass An interview with Nico Rivers and Emily Graham-Handley highlighting their music and the March 29th 6pm performance at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Embedded thumbnail for State View with guest Rep. Tackey Chan An interview with State Representative Tackey Chan highlighting committee appointments and current legislation at the beginning of formal session.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Michael Brophy An interview with Michael Brophy, professional genealogical researcher, heir search specialist, and lecturer, promoting his presentation at the Thomas Crane Public Library on Tuesday March 19th at 7pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Jérôme Mouffe An interview and studio performance with guitarist Jérôme Mouffe highlighting his upcoming concert at the Thomas Crane Public Library at 3pm on March 10th.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Kacey Bongarzone An interview with artist Kacey Bongarzone highlighting her art and March 2019 exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Christopher Daley Historian, lecturer and author Christopher Daley discusses his Tuesday March 26th 7pm presentation "Unsolved in the Northeast" at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: High Strung Strummers Assistant Library Director Clayton Cheever interviews Sarah Jane Nelson and Cathy Mason regarding their March 31st 3pm concert of Appalachian music at the Thomas Crane Public Library. The duo performs a couple of songs too.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Albino Mbie Assistant Library Director Clayton Cheever interviews singer/ guitarist Albino Mbie and highlights his March 24th 3pm performance at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Fanny Lora Clayton Cheever, Assistant Director at the Thomas Crane Public Library, with Mezzo-soprano Fanny Lora promoting her March 3rd, 3pm performance.
Embedded thumbnail for At the Library Concert Series: Marc Berger Guitarist Marc Berger is joined by bassist Marty Ballou for a performance at the Thomas Crane Public Library. The concert features songs from Marc's recording "Ride".
Embedded thumbnail for At the Library Concert Series: Dorisiya Yosifova Violinist Dorisiya Yosifova's performance at the Thomas Crane Public Library. Emilie Catlett is featured on viola.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Captives from Africa via the Caribbean Professor Kerima Lewis discusses her February 12th presentation at the Thomas Crane Public Library in which she talks about colonial slavery and the early history of Africans brought to New England.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Pathways to Wellbeing Workshop An interview with Richard DePina of Eliot Community Human Services and Lucy promoting the Pathways to Wellbeing Workshop on Friday February 1st from 1-2pm at the Thomas Crane Public Library.