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: Spring For Poetry Poet Meg DeSantis joins Clayton Cheever for a preview of Spring For Poetry at the Thomas Crane Public Library on Wednesday May 8th beginning at 7pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Creative Soles Enjoy the exhibit preview featuring participating artists and Discovery Day Treatment's Arts Therapist Wallis Welch, then join us for a reception and short program celebrating mental health awareness on Monday, May 13 at 6:00 pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Living with Coyotes Michael Long interviews Chalis Bird providing a preview of her upcoming presentation on the Eastern Coyote at the Thomas Crane Public Library on Tuesday, May 21st from 7 - 8:30pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Ted Reinstein Join local author and popular WCVB Channel 5 Boston television reporter Ted Reinstein for a preview of his library presentation and insight into his book New England's General Stores: Exploring an American Classic.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Quincy Art Association Join Director Kelly Cobble for a look into the Quincy Art Association and their upcoming "Spring Into Art" exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library during the month of May.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Carter Alan Longtime DJ and music director at WZLX in Boston, Carter Alan discusses his book, “The Decibel Diaries" and previews his visit to the Thomas Crane Public Library on May 6th at 7pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: 1985: Indestructible Local documentary film maker Rudy Childs joins Assistant Library Director Clayton Cheever for an interview promoting the program Local Indie Movies @your Library: 1985: Indestructible on Tuesday May 7th at 7:00pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Empowerment Art Katharine Tyler of Health Imperatives Inc. promotes the program “Empowerment Art (Survivor Speaker Panel, Display and more)” happening at the library on April 23rd at 6pm.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Martha Kempe Artist Martha Kempe highlights her work and promotes her April exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Don Wilding Writer, editor and lecturer Don Wilding discusses his Tuesday April 9th, 7pm presentation "Shipwrecks Of Cape Cod", part of the Thomas Crane Public Library's "Discover Historic New England Series".
Embedded thumbnail for At Your Library: Project Citizenship Molly Makrogianis, Talk Time English Coordinator, and Casey McLaughlin, AmeriCorps Member with Project Citizenship, talk about the citizenship initiatives at the Thomas Crane Library,
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.