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Think First Night Spread over 50 Days!
Blue Hills Adventure & Quarry Museum is a non-profit organization led by Dave Hodgdon that coordinat
Bringing music to the South Shore and the World since 1981, Quincy Choral Society hosts three concerts annually (March, May and December) in Quincy and often brings their show on the road.
In appreciation of their commitment to our community, Discover Quincy has extended an invitation to local officials, leaders of arts and cultural orgnizations and its supporters to attend the Disc
Come chase the winter blues away with our annual Winter Concerts series held in the atrium or the historic Richardson room of the Thomas Crane Public Library, 40 Washington Street, depe
Celebrating 375 years of Revolutionary People, Places & Events, Braintree Historical Society hosts a s
With Quincy being the “hot zone” of the last snow storm and more snow in the forecast for Thursday and Saturday, the Discover Quincy Executive Committee has decided to postpone our 1st Annual Meeti
Historic attractions in "The City of Presidents" include the birthplaces, summer White House, and final resting place of United States Presidents John and John Quincy Adams, the Quincy History Muse
WCVB Channel 5 Boston and Chronicle on WCVB spent a day showcasing Quincy.
Some National Parks charge an admission fee while others are always free.
Historic New England: Salem 1692 - Season of the Witch, Tuesday, Jan 6 at 7pm, Main Library Community Meeting Room (ground floor).
Stretching over 7,000 acres from Quincy to Dedham, and Milton to Randolph, the Blue Hills Reservation provides a green oasis in an urban environment.
Thanksgiving is a day of giving thanks and a tradition dating back to the pilgrims landing in neighboring Plymouth, MA.