Belmont Public Library Presents Archive
Archived videos from Belmont Public Library Presents. Click below to view each video on the Archive.org website. Return to program
Keynote Author Gabrielle Zevin discusses her book, The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry. This is the Belmont Public Library's culminating event of its 2021 Better Through Books Series.
Better Through Books Authors Talk with guests Claire B. Willis and Marnie Crawford Samuelson, co-authors of Opening to Grief: Finding Your Way from Loss to Peace. Presented by Belmont Public Library.
Keynote Author Dolores Johnson discusses her book, Say I'm Dead: A Family Memoir of Race, Secrets, and Love. Presented by Belmont Public Library.
Emerson College's Dr. Jerald Walker discusses his most recent collection of essays, How to Make a Slave and Other Essays.Presented by the Belmont Public Library.
The Belmont Public Library kicks off its“Better Through Book, Healing Community Together” series With “Race, Justice & the Law,” a panel discussion with Law Professor Renee Landers and Attorney Raymond Wilkes.
A public forum on the new building for the Belmont Public Library on November 12, 2019.
Belmont Public Library Open Forum
Ted Reinstein presents his new book New England's General Stores. 01:13:35
Belmont Public Library hosted Decoding Dyslexia Massachusetts and Decoding Dyslexia Belmont for an information session with presentations by three dyslexia researchers: Dr. Nadine Gaab, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School; Dr. Charles Haynes, Professor for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the School of Health an Rehabilitation Sciences at MGH; and Dr. Melissa Orkin, Program Director of the Center for Reading and Language Research at Tufts University.
A meeting of the Belmont Public Library Trustees.
Author Crystal King reads from and discusses her new book "A Feast of Sorrow: A Novel Of Ancient Rome" at the Belmont Public Library Assembly Room.
Belmont Public Library Programs: How to Spot Fake News: Tips and Strategies for Staying Informed 04/13/17
How to Spot Fake News: Tips and Strategies for Staying Informed. Laura Saunders, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Simmons School of Library and Information Science, and Rachel Gans-Boriskin, Lecturer in Communications, Simmons College of Arts and Sciences.
Feasibility Study Committee Presentations
Filmed at the Assembly Room, Belmont Public Library, produced by Jeremy Meserve for the Belmont Media Center
Chef Gerry shows how to do 1) Gravy Variations; 2) Southwestern Butternut Squash Puree; 3) Stuffing/Dressing Variations; 4) Vegetarian Side Dishes; and 5) Cranberry Orange Sauce.
Dr. Susan Eaton, Director of the Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy at Brandeis University, talks about her book Integration Nation: Immigrants, Refugees, and America at its Best. Also featuring Lindsey Rinder, Director of English and English Language Learning in the Belmont Public Schools speaks about the languages and demographics of Belmont Public Schools
Ted Reinstein of long-running New England tv journal program Chronicle speaks about his new book Wicked Pissed at Belmont Public Library
One Book One Belmont features author Anita Diamant. She speaks about her book The Boston Girl.
Barbara Berenson speaks on 'One Woman, One Vote: The New Woman and the New Century, a joint program of the Belmont Historical Society with One Book One Belmont.
Belmont marathon runner Becca Pizzi gives a presentation on her World Marathon Challenge experience, where she ran seven marathons on seven different continents in seven days.
PSA for Belmont Public Library feasibility for fall 2016 with library director Peter Struzziero.
Author and Belmont native Jason Gay speaks to a packed community room at the Belmont Public Library about his new book Little Victories.
Books and Appraisals with Ken Gloss, owner of the Brattle Street Book Shop. Ken is often featured talking about books and their values on local and national television and radio programs, and has written many articles on appraising books, book collecting and selling. Major universities such as Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern, Simmons, Suffolk, Tufts, and Babson have consulted with him on the value of their collections. The Brattle Street Book Shop, founded in the Cornhill section of Boston in 1825, has been in the hands of the Gloss Family since 1949.
Books and Appraisals with Ken Gloss, owner of the Brattle Street Book Shop Ken is often featured talking about books and their values on local and national television and radio programs, and has written many articles on appraising books, book collecting and selling. Major universities such as Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern, Simmons, Suffolk, Tufts, and Babson have consulted with him on the value of their collections. The Brattle Street Book Shop, founded in the Cornhill section of Boston in 1825, has been in the hands of the Gloss Family since 1949.
Presentation by Dick Lehr, author of "Whitey: The Life of America's Most Notorious Mob Boss". Friends of the Belmont Public Library Lecture Series. 01:11:39
Tom Perrotta speaks about his book "The Leftovers". Beech Street Center, Belmont MA. Produced by Friends of the Belmont Public Library and Belmont Media Center. 01:16:52
Friends of the Belmont Public Library Present: Saturday Concert with Ensemble Poema, American Chamber Music 04/30/2011
Friends of the Belmont Public Library Present: Saturday Concert with the Joe Reid Trio, 04/09/11
Belmont Public Library Author Series. Stephen Puleo speaks about his book - "Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919". 00:50:57
Friends of the Belmont Public Library Presents: Saturday Concert with Italy In Song, 03/21/11
Holiday Concert at the Belmont Public Library.
Friends of the Belmont Public Library, Author Series; Steven & Harrison Stark authors of "World Cup 2010: The Indispensable Guide to Soccer and Geopolitics". May 20th, 2010, 00:50:50
Friends of the Belmont Public Library: Author Series, Harriet Reisen; "Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women" May 13th 2010, 00:57:08
Friends of the Belmont Public Library Present: Saturday Concert with the Willow Flute Ensemble, 04/10/10
Holiday Concert at the Belmont Public Library.
Friends of the Belmont Public Library Present: Saturday Concert with Boston Jazz Voices A Cappella, 02/27/10
July 2009 promo for One Book One Belmont feature selection Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver featuring kids from Belmont CooperativeNursery School, 00:03:54
Promotional segment for Belmont Public Library programs and speakers pertaining to agriculture featuring Culture Films director Ian Scully and Viktoria Haase, president of Belmont Historical Society. 00:08:53
Greg Mortenson, co-author of Three Cups of Tea (2007)
Visiting Author Series: Elinor Lipman. circa 2005
Ted Williams: Pursuit of Perfection