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Elks Lodges are places where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up.
Chartered in 1923, the Quincy Rotary Club District 7950, Massachusetts, strives to continue our mission, “Service Above Self”, to serve the local community of Quincy, MA and the world community of
The Quincy Lions Club has been serving the community of Quincy for over 75 years. Our membership is comprised of individuals who truly embrace the Lions Club motto of “WE SERVE”.
Dating back to 1801, we have a long history with and close connection to Quincy and the surrounding area.
Creating better speakers since 1949, Quincy Toastmasters #675 is a fun, friendly, and easy way to learn public speaking.
Nestled in a quiet neighborhood in historic Quincy, The Neighborhood Club will help you host your special celebration in an atmosphere of exceptional charm, comfort and elegance, enhanced by superb
A social group for LGBTQ residents of Quincy, Massachusetts and the South Shore meeting in Quincy's great local pubs, restaurants, and public places. No membership fee or commitments.
The Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to raising money for special programs and raising awareness of the library’s vital role in the educati
The Friends of the Blue Hills protects and preserve the Blue Hills Reservation by protecting the park’s borders, maintaining the trails and helping to protect the biodiversity of the park.
The Quincy Democratic City Committee strives to build an open, just, and strong society where all citizens have equal rights and equal opportunities to live meaningful, secure lives.
The Quincy Republican City Committee (QRCC) is the source for grassroots Republican activism in historic Quincy, Massachusetts – The City of Presidents. QRCC aims to raise awareness of the Republic
Proudly serving our brave veterans and their families. Function space is also available to rent for events of all kinds.
The Volunteers and Friends of the Boston Harbor Islands is a non-profit environmental and educational organization that encourages public use of the islands, balanced with the need to protect their
As the only VFW Post in Quincy, the membership strives to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflict, to serve our veterans, the military, and our communities and to advoc
A partnership between the City of Quincy’s Community Development Block Grant program and the Houghs Neck Community Council dedicated to serving the community.
Meets monthly at the Nut Island Community Room, 147 Sea Ave. Programs include annual wildflower festival, and a variety of community projects.
The richness and depth of Irish literature; the haunting sounds of its traditional music and the intricate steps of its dance; the power of its drama; the excitement of its unique sports; and the a
A grassroots community music festival where bands play on front porches and people walk and bike around to enjoy free music all afternoon!
The public access TV channel for the City of Quincy, Massachusetts, Quincy Access Television offers QATV-8 Public Access and QATV-11 Government Access. QATV offers classes, workshops and more.
The Quincy Animal Shelter is a volunteer-run organization. The Shelter relies completely on our volunteers and the community for support.
A creative community diverse in its membership and visual arts programs, the association’s signature event Quincy Arts Fest is held each September featuring local artist and entertainment.
Founded in 1893 by local citizens led by Charles Francis Adams, Jr., Quincy Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and promoting knowledge about the full range of Quincy history.
The Quincy Park Conservancy has been created in order to: protect, enhance, and promote parks, beaches, parkways, and open spaces for the use and enjoyment of Quincy Residents; To assist the City o
Founded in 1887 on land once owned by John and Abigail Adams, Quincy Tennis Club is one of the oldest tennis clubs in the Boston area.