The Quincy Asian Resources Lunar New Year Festival will be held on Saturday February 11th 12-5pm at North Quincy High School. It will the 30th annual Lunar New Year festival held in Quincy celebrating the Year of the Dog. Free parking at the North Quincy Train station.
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Great Asian food sampling – coordinated by JP Fuji Group
Story time with Award-Winning Author Grace Lin
Virtual Reality from Balance Patch
Gaming Area with Super Smash Bros. Tournament
God of Fortune presented by Sunshine Travel and Foxwoods Casino & Resort
“Year of the Dog” Photo Booth
MORE TO COME!
Please invite everyone you know to attend!
Take the T to North Quincy Red Line stop or park at the North Quincy MBTA lot for free.
The City of Quincy will host its annual slate of Christmas events beginning on Friday, November 24th with the Turning on of the Christmas Lights. Santa and his elves will arrive by parachute on November 25th and the 64th Annual Christmas Parade will be held on Sunday, November 27th at 12:30. All events are free and open to the public.
Quincy festivities and tree lighting
Friday, November 25th , 2017 5pm-7pm
McIntyre Mall (tents in front of City Hall), 1305 Hancock Street, Quincy
The activities will kick off at 5:00 pm and includes the Donna Marie Children’s Puppet show, Costumed Characters, and the combined Quincy/ North Quincy Choir. The performances will be held inside of a heated tent that will be set up on the lawn. At 6:00 PM, Mayor Thomas P. Koch will turn on the Christmas lights at the library and throughout Quincy Center to mark the beginning of our holiday season. Please join family and friends and enjoy free popcorn and hot chocolate on this very special night.
Santa and his Elves arrival by parachute RESCHEDULED TO SAT DECEMBER 2ND
On Saturday, November 26, characters from the parade greet children as they await Santa Claus arrival by parachute at Pageant Field, One Merrymount Parkway, starting at noon. 12
City of Quincy Christmas Parade
Sunday, November 26th 12:30pm-3:00pm
The parade has over 100 units which include high school and adult marching bands from around the state, Christmas themed floats, and many more exciting entries. The legend of Christmas in story and song.” is the theme fr the 65th annual event
This holiday tradition is often attended by mulitple generations of families who usually have a favorite spot along the route; Hancock Street between School Street and East Squantum Street. The parade kicks off at School Street intersection starting at 12:30
Quincy’s Boy Scout Troop 6 is having a Punkin Chunkin fundraiser the Saturday day after Halloween November 4th 2017 10-2pm at Pageant Field in Quincy MA Want to get rid of your leftover pumpkins & give the kids a good time?
There will be food, arts and crafts, games, cake walk, nails, tattoos and face painting as well as silent auctions, raffles, pony rides and kiddy carnival rides. Admission is free but games and rides will cost extra
The Touch a Truck will include police boats, sheriff vehicles plus much more
The Wollaston Elementary School will be holding their 22nd annual harvest festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday October 14th.
The family friendly event will include food, games, raffles, crafts, a silent auction and entertainment.
Kids activities include a bouncy obstacle course, face painting, a photo booth and dancing. There will be Irish dancing and martial arts demonstrations.
The “Wollaston Midway” will be open on , featuring carnival games and prizes.
All proceeds from the festival will benefit the Wollaston elementary school. The funding will be used to enrich academic programs, purchase classroom supplies, software, library books, field trips and assemblies.