NEW Discover Quincy Program Series: 50 Days of "FREE"dom, June 13 - August 1

Friday, April 10, 2015 - 10:50am

Think First Night Spread over 50 Days!

Discover Quincy welcomes participation from 100+ organizations to host a community event(s) during our 50 Days of Freedom Program Series. Each day will feature at least one FREE event, while some events may accept donations and others have an admission fee. Discover Quincy is currently looking to secure sponsors and will coordinate a promotional campaign to highlight Quincy as a destination and elevate the profile of all partnering organizations. Check out our 50 Days of Freedom 2015 Sample Schedule. Want to submit an event? Please complete our Event Submission Form.

Arts & Culture: Art Spot, Arts Affair Marina Bay, Boston Crusaders CYO Nationals, Dragonfly Theater, Friends of the Thomas Crane Library, Independent Artists, JM Productions, Quincy Art Association, Quincy Asian Resources, Square Attic Studio, Stone Temple Coffee House at United First Parish Church, Quincy Choral Society, Quincy Farmers Market, Quincy Rocks Concert Series, Quincy Symphony Orchestra, Restaurants with live music, South Shore Camera Club

Community: City of Quincy – Flag Day Parade Committee, Parks and Recreation Departments – Boating Program, Theatre Camp, etc, Boy and Girl Scouts, Community Centers and Neighborhood Associations (Adams Shore Association, Fore River Clubhouse, Germantown Neighborhood Center, Hospital Hill Neighborhood Association, Houghs Neck Community Center, Houghs Neck Community Council, Merrymount Association, Montclair Wollaston Neighborhood Association, North Quincy Community Center, Post Island Beach Association, Squantum Neighborhood Association, Ward Two Civic Association, Ward Four Neighborhood Association, Ward Five Association, Wollaston Hill Neighborhood Association), Discover Quincy, Elks, Garden Clubs (Houghs Neck Garden Club, Seaside Gardeners Club, Wollaston Garden Club), Places of Worship, , Quincy Animal Shelter, Quincy Chamber of Commerce, Quincy Chamber Millennials, Quincy Center for Innovation, Quincy Film Bureau, Quincy Parks Conservancy, Relay for Life, Service Organizations (Elks, Lions, Rotary), Veterans Organizations

Education: Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy Catholic Academy, Quincy College, Quincy Public Schools, UMASS Boston, Woodward School for Girls

History: Abigail Adams Birthplace, Abigail Adams Cairn, Adams Crypt at United First Parish Church, Adams National Historical Park, Back Roads of the South Shore, Beantown Trolley with pickups from Quincy area hotels, Braintree Historical Society, Cemetery Tours (Hancock Cemetery, Mount Wollaston Cemetery, Christ Church Burial Ground, Hall Cemetery, Sailor Snug Harbor Cemetery, Salt Marsh Trail & Sailors Home Cemetery), Downtown Architectural Tour, City Hall, Coddington Hall, Dorothy Quincy Homestead, Dunkin Donuts - The ORIGINAL Location, Forbes House Museum, Friends of the Souther Tide Mill, John Winthrop Jr. Blast Furnace, Josiah Quincy House, Maypole Hill, Moswettusset Hummock, Quincy Quarries Reservation, Quincy Quarry & Granite Workers Museum, Quincy History Museum at Quincy Historical Society, Suffolk Resolves House, Thomas Crane Library, USS Salem/United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum, Weymouth Historical Society

Recreation: Blue Hills Adventure & Quarry Museum Canoe & Walking Tours, Blue Hills Reservation and the Friends of the Blue Hills, Boston Harbor Islands, Broad Meadows Marsh and Passanagesset Knoll, Environmental Treasures Tour, Freedom Boat Club, Friends of Wollaston Beach, Furnace Brook Golf Club, Geocaching, Granite Links Driving Range & Crossing Nines, John Adams Health Walk, Lipton Cup Regatta, Marinas and Yacht Clubs (Quincy Bay Race Week Assn, Quincy, Squantum, Town River and Wollaston Yacht Clubs), Marina Bay Boston Harbor, Marina Bay Sportsplex, Marina Bay SUP, Neponset Riverwalk, O'Lindy's Bowling Alley, Presidents Golf Club, Quincycles, Quincy Militia, Quincy Tennis Club, Road Races (Squirrel Run, Dunn Run), Rock Climbing Demonstration, South Shore YMCA, Performance Arts Schools, Sports Organizations, Tournaments

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