Artist Catherine Holmes presents an exhibit entitled "Color Forward: An Exploration in Watercolor" throughout the month of June in the Coletti Reading Room of the main branch of the Thomas Crane Library.
Programs at the Library
June Children's Programs
Julie Rines, Children's Librarian at the Thomas Crane Public Library, talks about various programs for children throughout the month of June.
Tuesday, June 3 - Historic New England: Ship Breaking on Nut Island
Sally Owen of the Quincy Park Department's Environmental Treasures Program and local historians Patti Williams and Peter Sault talk about a two-part series entitled "Historic New England Ship breaking at Nut Island." A presentation will be held at the library on June 3rd and a guided walk to be held on June 7th.
Monday, June 9 - Sochi Olympics: The Inside Story
Quincy resident Glen Buscher, a volunteer at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, shares stories and photos about his experiences at the games during a presentation to be held on June 9th.
Thursday, June 12 - Job Fair
Ron Iacaobucci of the Quincy Career Center talks about the job fair to be held at the Thomas Crane Library on June 12th from 3pm-5:30pm.
Tuesday, June 17 - America's Roots: Ragtime Women
Pianist/composer Deborrah Wyndham will perform and discuss ragtime music on June 17th at 7pm at the Thomas Crane Library.
Monday, June 23 - Quincy Unplugged
Gerry Ewen and Phil Hunt, co-organizers of Quincy Unplugged, talk about the continuing series held at the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Tuesday, June 24 - Crime By the Book: A Murder in Wellesley
Tom Farmer, former reporter for the Boston Herald, and Marty Foley, a retired State Police Detective, talk about their book, "A Murder in Wellesley: The Inside Story of an Ivy-League Doctor's Double Life, His Slain Wife, and the Trial That Gripped the Nation" and their appearance at the library scheduled for June 24th.
Introductions and Guides to Library Services
Clayton Cheever, Assistant Director of the Thoma Crane Public Library, provides information about a new streaming service called Hoopla.
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.