Jonathan Twining, professor of environmental science at Eastern Nazarene College, discusses his presentation, to be held on March 11th at the Thomas Crane Public Library, about vernal pools and their need for the survival of rare amphibians.
Concert at the Crane - Vanessa Holroyd and Barabara Poeschl-Edrich
Vanessa Holroyd (flute) and Barabara Poeschl-Edrich (harp) will perform at the Thomas Crane Public Library as part of the Concert at the Crane series on Sunday, March 23rd.
Meet the Author - Christopher Klein
Christopher Klein, author of "Strong Boy: The Life and Times of John L. Sullivan" will be at the Thomas Crane Public Library on March 19th to discuss his new book about the Boston boxer, considered America's first sports superstar.
Library Art Exhibits
Most recently on exhibit: Cuban Political Posters from the collection of Stephen Lewis
Stephen Lewis shares his collection of Cuban political posters at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of February
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.