All invited to the Quincy Lions Club annual community pancake breakfast. Costumes are encouraged for the kids and kids at heart! Enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with your family and neighbors. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Pancake breakfasts are a big part of Lions culture and tradition — not only because pancakes are delicious, but because they also help bring the community together while raising funds for a good cause!
Fred Kaplan’s new book, Lincoln and the Abolitionists, a frank look at Lincoln “warts and all,” provides an in-depth look at how John Quincy Adams and Abraham Lincoln came to see the issues of slavery and race, and how that understanding shaped their perspectives. The subject of this book is slavery and racism, the paradox of Lincoln, our greatest president, as an antislavery moralist who believed in an exclusively white America; and Adams, our most brilliant statesman, as an antislavery activist who had no doubt that the United States would become a multiracial nation.
Celebrating their 64th season, the Quincy Symphony Orchestra offers free admission to this performance of BRAHMS Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 and DVOŘÁK Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104 featuring guest artist Blaise Déjardin.
The hall opens to allow seating approximately 30 minutes prior to the scheduled performance time.
The USS Salem is transformed into a destination haunted attraction from the creator of Fright Dome; ranked #2 haunt in the country by the Travel Channels and #3 by USA Today. Attraction stays open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.