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Comprised of eight South Shore Yacht Clubs, Quincy Bay Race Week Association was founded in 1937.
Bringing music to the South Shore and the World since 1981, their concert schedule is posted on their website.
Our hometown team, Quincy Militia is part of the Eastern Football League (EFL), the oldest semi-pro football league in the United States.
Historic Preservation is underway at the Lyons Turning Mill on Quarry Hills Drive as it efforts to establish a museum to show the history of quarrying and stonecutting and its relationship to the i
Open dawn to dusk.
Quincy Recreation Department offers many recrational programs and manages the Lincoln Hancock Community Pool and Ryan Boathouse. Don’t Hesitate…Recreate!
Celebrating their 65th season, this group of amateur and professional musicians bring symphonic music to the metro-south Boston area.
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.
Founded in 1874 by several prominent summer residents of Houghs Neck, Quincy Yacht Club was the first in the area and is the city’s oldest sporting organization.
Quincy Youth Arena offers both adult and youth Ice Hockey programs and leagues.
Quincycles is a group of Quincy residents and friends dedicated to improving the conditions for bicyclists in Quincy, Massachusetts and promoting bicycling as a means of transportation, recreation,
A half-mile long self-guided nature walk, designed to showcase the major plant and animal species that find their homes in and around the Quincy salt marsh, leads to a cemetery with the remains of
The smallest municipally owned beach, t is located in a residential area facing Rock Island Cove.
Named for Richard J. Koch, the City’s longtime Parks Director and founder of the Flag Day Parade, the complex, located in Merrymount Park, houses the Park and Recreation Departments.
This outdoor amphitheater in Merrymount Park is named for Ruth Gordon, an Academy (1944 Rosemary’s Baby) and Emmy (1979 Taxi) Award winning actress who graduated from Quincy High School in 1914.
Named for William F. Ryan, the city’s first Recreation Director who served from 1955-1975, this boating and sailing facility is located in Merrymount Park along Black’s Creek.
The entrance is marked with a large slate headstone with an incised anchor and inscription: “Here rest retired mariners who in their later years made their home at the Sailor’s Snug Harbor which fr
The Suffolk Resolves, which were signed here on September 9, 1774 and carried by Paul Revere to the First Continental Congress in Philadelphia, were a major development in colonial animosity leadin
Open limited Sundays 1-3pm
Marina for commercial fishing vessels and private charters.
Public ice skating rink with free public skating, skate rentals, sharpening, snack concession. Accessible by public transportation and available for private party rentals.
Adjacent to Snug Harbor School and the Germantown Neighborhood Center, this property has children’s playground equipment, two basketball courts, a softball field, and three soccer fields.
Private tours of Boston area history, sites and scenes done boutique style; expert local, fun guides in comfortable, luxury vehicles customizing tours to suit individual tastes.
For over fifty years the South Shore Neptunes dive club has attracted members from all over eastern Massachusetts.
The Y: We’re for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility.
One of only five remaining grist mills in the United States, historic preservation work is currently underway.
Currently closed to the public while undergoing historic preservation work.
Open year-round, dawn to dusk. At Squantum Point, visitors can see the Boston skyline across the harbor and dozens of species of wild birds in the park.