Featuring a recently restored 600+ year old Indian Dug-out canoe found at Great Pond, kitchen exhibit, shoe shop, ladies fan collection and other exhibits including artifacts from our native folk, textiles, fire and police department memorabilia, glassware, nautical artifacts, memorabilia from the South Weymouth Naval Air Station, photos, and much, much more! Open every Monday from 7-9pm, excluding holidays. Group tours are available and are welcomed by appointment.
The Church of the Presidents and Discover Quincy invite you to attend the 50th annual Presidential Wreath-laying Ceremony for John Adams, 2nd President of the United States, on the 282nd anniversary of his birth.
Featured speaker Sara Georgini will present "A Patriot's Piety: Tracing John Adams' Religious Journey," Her talk will explore what the Puritan legacy meant to John Adams, how the Braintree/Quincy congregation shaped his political activity, and why he struggled to incorporate religion in his diplomatic and presidential duties.
Share your talent with a friendly audience at Thomas Crane Public Library's acoustic open mic night held on the last Monday of the month, excluding holidays. Play an original or a cover song, read an excerpt or a poem, perform a dramatic monologue, debut your stand-up comedy skit or engage in any amateur style performance. All musicians, poets and performers are encouraged to participate and all ages are welcome. One microphone will be available but no other sound equipment is supplied. If your instrument requires amplification, such as an electric bass, you will need to bring it.
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.