With thirty plus participating, this yard sale has something for everyone.

Free Event

This guided bike tour begins on Adams Street to see Peacefield, the Summer White House of both Adams Presidents, continues to Furnace Brook Parkway to visit the Ironworks and the Granite Railway. For a hillier ride we may continue up to the Quincy Quarries reservation and the Lyons Turning Mill. Alternately, for those who prefer a less hilly ride, we may return along Furnace Brook Parkway to Hancock Street. and the Dorothy Quincy House. The ride will end with a return to the Adams Academy.

Free Event
Saturday, June 11, 2016 - 9:00am

Join the Friends of the Blue Hills to help clear the trails! We will show you how to dig the dirt and move rocks to keep the water off the trails. You could also cut branches that block the paths. No experience necessary. Events run about four hours, followed by a hearty lunch. Wear sturdy boots, long pants and work gloves. We suggest you bring at least one quart of water. You may also want to consider bringing sunscreen and bug spray. 2016 Trail Work Events: July 9, August 6, September 10, October 15, November 5 and December 3

Join the delegates of the Continental Congress, celebrate liberty, and lend your voice to the ceremonial reading of the Declaration of Independence! The program is FREE and open to the public, time to be determined. Reservations are not required. Street parking is available on Adams Street.

Free Event

Become a delegate to the Second Continental Congress and reenact the passage of the Declaration of Independence. Join the "band of brothers" who changed the course of history in 1776 and sign the historic document. The program is FREE and open to the public, time to be determined. Reservations are not required. Street parking is available on Adams Street.

Free Event
Thursday, June 30, 2016 (All day)

Walk along the trails and learn about the areas’ Native American history. Interpretative signage has been installed along the 35 acre, recently restored salt marsh. Since opening in 2015, the area has seen 90 species of birds.

Broad Meadows Middle School
50 Calvin Road
Quincy, MA 02169
Free Event
Friday, June 24, 2016 -
11:30am to 5:30pm

Celebrating its 34th season! One of the oldest farmers markets in Massachusetts, vendors at Quincy's Farmers Market work family farms, some over 100 years old. More than a market, it's a true piece of Americana featuring local small business and entrepreneurial ventures, family activities, and music. All of the produce is local and picked within 24 hours of sale. Many of the varieties of fruits and vegetables, Heirloom tomatoes and peppers, heritage apples, are not available at supermarkets.  Open Fridays, 11:30am-5:30pm, rain or shine from June 24 to November 18, 2016.

Vietnam Veterans Drive
Quincy, MA 02170
Phone: 617-376-1253
Free Event

Throughout the month of June, Thomas Crane Public Library presents "Voices of Spring" an exhibition of Chinese brush paintings. Showcasing the work of nine students in a Chinese painting class that started five years ago at Quincy Asian Resources Inc. (QARI). The artists range in age from eight to eighty. Their class meets for an hour and a half every Thursday, starting at 4:00 at the QARI offices on Hancock street. This exhibition is sponsored by South Shore Elder Services and QARI.

Free Event

This community event features local vendors, our own Mite Box Thrift Shop, delicious food, and events for the entire family. It's a great opportunity for St. C parishioners to come together in fellowship & service, and to reach out to our neighbors. Please join us!

Free Event
Saturday, June 11, 2016 -
9:00am to 12:00pm

Start your quest for hidden treasures at Merrymount Beach with twenty five participants and pick up a map for the other yard sales dispersed throughout the neighborhood. The Merrymount Association canteen will also be open for refreshments.


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