The photography of Maureen Fahey is on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Public Library throughout the month of April.
Programs at the Library
Celebrate Our Oceans
Sally Owen of the Quincy Environmental Treasures Program and Peter Fifield provide details about a low-tide walking tour of Raccoon Island on April 5th and all the activities taking place in August to Celebrate Our Oceans.
Go Places @your Library: Morocco
A presentation by Barry Pell will hi-light the traditions, ceremonies and the people of Morocco during a presentation at 7:00 p.m. on April 17.
April Programs for Children
Children's Librarian Julie Rines talks about programs for children in April.
Locally Written: The Art and Power of Local Authors
Local author Rich Feitelberg discusses a program featuring six local authors who have recently penned books. The program will take place on April 8th. Authors to be featured include Feitelberg, Uzuri Wilkerson, Vlad Vaslyn, Randy Staples, RJ Jeffreys and Joe Ross.
Deep Cover Black Ops: A look inside
On April 22 Author Leo J. Maloney will discuss his past professions and current fictional works "Termination Orders" and "Silent Assassin, loosely based on the author's own experiences.
Introductions and Guides to Library Services
Adams Shore Branch Information
Adams Shore branch librarians Leah Phelan and Lori Seegraber talk about the branch and its unique building.
Your Library on the Air
Thomas Crane and the Library's Origins
History of Library Additions
A Multi-Cultural Library
Why Do We Need Libraries Today?
Why Be a Librarian?
During the week of February 10, 201495.9 WATD FM aired a series of short interviews with Library Director Megan Allen about the history and current doings of the library as part of the station's Love Your Library series.
North Quincy Branch Information
Thomas Crane Library North Quincy branch librarian Jessie Thuma talks about the library's busiest branch library.
Librarian Diane Costagliola talks about Zinio, a new platform now available that allows you to read magazines online.
Quincy CAN Kill-A-Watt
Find out about the library's Kill A Watt program in this interview with Quincy Climate Action Network's Rebecca McWilliams.