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This monthly event held on the third Friday is geared towards exploring the meaning of life through the shared experience of cinema. Participants are welcome to bring their own dinner. After each movie, a 5-minute intermission is followed by a group discussion.

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Hailed as "One of the best in the Business" by the Boston Globe, Big Joe has been delighting children and families for many years with his exciting storytelling show. With a huge collection of original and classic tales as well as a box filled with puppets, props, and surprises, Big Joe is a regular at CBC and is popular at all kinds of events across New England.

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This one-hour guided hike, sponsored by the Friends of the Blue Hills, is for parents and tots. Free drinks and healthy snacks will be provided. For more information, please email info@FriendsoftheBlueHills.org.Friends of the Blue Hills logo

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Most known for his popular t-shirt line that says love in different languages, Quincy artist Jonathan Mendez business Zamforia is a positive lifestyle company with a worldly vibe and adventurous outlook on life. Stop by his Open Studio and view his art collection; board art, canvases, posters, and watch him in action doing portraiture. Get a free portrait taken for his upcoming art project.

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Noah Wilson-Rich, author of The Bee: A Natural History and owner of Best Bees, will discuss the role urban beekeeping might play a role in revitalizing both a city and a species.

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View art, photography, painted porcelain, clay, kids artwork, watch a painting demonstration, meet local artists and learn about the classes offered for children and adults. In its 36th year, Quincy Arts Association is an all-volunteer non-profit organization and welcomes new members.

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First ever public showing of "Intrigue", a film about a couple whose attempt at spicing up a date night takes a funny turn, followed by a Behind the Scenes and Q&A with the Director/Writer.

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

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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.

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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

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