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: Quincy Art Association Kelly Cobble, President of the Quincy Art Association, talks about the assocition's art exhibit on display at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of May.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Michael Mullin Michael Mullin, CFA Society Boston, talks about "What's Your Number", a free financial seminar presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on May 14th focused on planning for retirement.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: South Shore Mental Health Ivy Dever of South Shore Mental Health, along with artists Matthew Kane and Sandhya Dziura, talk about the exhibit on display at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of May.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Robert Cox Author Robert Cox talks about his presentation "New England Pie: History Under a Crust" to be held on May 8th at the Thomas Crane Library, part of the library's Discover Historic New England series.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Star Wars in Song Austin Burns, Jonas Kublickas, Elizabeth Walsh and Chris Hess talk about their performance "Star Wars in Song", an all-original comedic musical tour of the Star Wars universe, to be performed at the Thomas Crane Library on May 13th.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: LGBT Quincy Frank Rubino of LGBTQuincy Meetup talks about the group and a presentation by GLAD (GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders) on April 23rd at the Adams Shore Branch of the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Meredith Fuller Author Meredith Fuller talks about her debut novel "Quarry" and her presentation at the Thomas Crane Library on April 24th as part of the library's "Author Talks" series.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: QCAN David Reich and Maggie McKee of QCAN (Quincy Climate Action Network) talk about the organization and the showing of the movie "Wasted" on April 10th at the Thomas Crane Public Library. The showing is sponsored by QCAN and the Friends of the Thomas Crane
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Daniel Hudon Author and educator Daniel Hudon talks about his new book "Brief Eulogies for Lost Animals" and this appearance at the Adams Shore Branch of the Thomas Crane Library on April 30th.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Civic Education Alliance Frank Poon, Connie Dai and Kenrick Tsang of the Civic Education Alliance discuss the "Becoming A Leader for Public Service", a program to be held on April 9th at the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Masataka Yamamoto Musician Masataka Yamamoto talks about his band "MASA" and their performance at the Thomas Crane Library on March 18th, part of the "Winter Concerts at the Crane" series.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Chris Rycroft Harvard professor Chris Rycroft talks about his presentation "The Origin of Pi" to take place on...Pi Day, March 14th, at the Thomas Crane Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Environmental Treasures Sally Owen, of the Quincy Environmental Treasures Program, talks about Quincy's own Ruth Gordon, a presentation on March 12th at the Thomas Crane Library of "The Actress", a 1953 comedy-drama written by Gordon about her life in Quincy, and a walking tour
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Barbara Newman Photographer Barbara Newman talks about her photography that will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of March.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Quincy Climate Action Network (QCAN) David Reich and Sarah Belfort, members of the Quincy Climate Action Network (QCAN), talk about the organization and the showing of the film "The Age of Consequences" on March 27th. The showing is sponsored by QCAN and is part of the Thomas Crane Library'