Video Gallery

See video Quincy author Richard Kollen talks about his book "The Patriot Parson of Lexington, Massachusetts" and his appearance at the Thomas Crane Library on July 19th as part of the Discover Historic New England series.
See video Teen Librarian Kerri Darcy talks about the teen summer reading program and other programs for teens throughout the summer.
See video Quincy author Florence Noonan talks about her debut book "In Blood and Stone" and her appearance at the Thomas Crane Library on July 12th, part of the library's Crime by the Book series.
See video Beca Gates and Tatiana Zaharova of the Dragonfly Theater Company talk about the production coming to the Thomas Crane Library on July 11th.
See video Mother Goose and Little Miss Muffet talk about upcoming children's programs at the Thomas Crane Library.
See video Matt Valencius, a member of Boston Road, talks about the groups upcoming concert at the Thomas Crane Library on July 21st, part of the library's Concert on the Lawn series.
See video Pete Kilpatrick talks about his upcoming performance at the Thomas Crane Library on July 14th, part of the library's Concert on the Lawn series.
See video Reference Librarian Eileen Fontenot talks the adult summer reading program, a new initiative at the Thomas Crane Library.
See video Neil McCole, President of the Friends of Wollaston Beach, talks about the organization and some upcoming events.
See video Lenny Solomon of the Lenny Solomon Band talks about the group's performance on July 7th as part of the library's Concert on the Lawn series.
See video State Senator John Keenan (Norfolk & Plymouth) discusses how state money funds local projects.
See video Det. Karyn Barkas of the Quincy Police Department talks about the effort to reach citizens through websites and social media.
See video Det. Karyn Barkas of the Quincy Police Department talks about texting and driving laws.
See video The works of photographer Mark Chester will be on exhibit throughout the month of June at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
See video Nathan Phillips (Ecologist & Professor at Boston University) and Tyler Soleau (Outreach Director at Acadia Center) talk about their presentation on June 20th about gas pipelines.