The 30th Annual August Moon Festival will be held on Sunday August 20th 12-5PM Downtown Quincy on Coddington St. This is a great FREE family friendly event to learn about the Chinese culture. This is a new location for the August moon Festival .
Meriel Marina Bay, Quincy’s newest waterfront apartment community, will host a ribbon-cutting and boardwalk festival to celebrate the expansion of the Marina Bay boardwalk on Saturday August 12th from 3-8pm. The event is free to the public and open for all ages.
. The free event will feature food trucks including Boston Burger Company and Del’s Lemonade, local artisans and crafters, entertainment, live music including KISS 108 and a beer garden hosted by Ipswich Ale Brewery. Festivities will kick off at 2:45pm with a ribbon-cutting hosted by Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch.
DATE: Saturday, August 12, 2017 (Rain date Sunday August 13th)
TIME: 2:45PM – 3:00PM: Ribbon-cutting hosted by Quincy Mayor Thomas P. Koch
3:00PM – 8:00PM: Boardwalk Festival
4:00PM – 6:00PM: Meet the Patriots Cheerleaders & Pat Patriot
6:00PM – 8:00PM: Live performance by The Waves
The annual “Family Fun at the Beach” event at Quincy’s Wollaston Beach will be held on Saturday, July 29th 12 noon to 9 p.m. The kid friendly event organized by the Life Community Church in Quincy, is free and open to the public. More than 1,000 local families have attended in past years.
Carnival games, face-painting, inflatable jumpers, crafts and balloon-making are just some of the activities planned for the event. Food can be purchased from vendors and local restaurants.
There will be a outdoor movie on the beach of Disney’s Moana at sunset. Families are encouraged to bring blankets or lawn chairs for the screening.
The Quincy Catholic Collaborative (Sacred heart, Saint Ann, and Saint Mary) will be holding their annual carnival on Thursday July 20th to Sunday July 23rd at the Sacred Heart on Hancock St.
All 4 days will include rides, food, games, a candy table, a baked goods table, face painting, a clown and a DJ. While admission to the carnival is free, there will be a charge for rides and food, which are provided by the carnival company, Fiesta Shows.
Unlimited Ride Specials:
$25 per person, per day
Historic New England will be hosting drop in sessions on 3 Thursday mornings at the Quincy House. August 3rd, 10th and 17th from 10-12pm.
Join Historic New England educators for three days of activities at Quincy House, ideal for children ages four through ten. Each week features a Story Walk, hands-on activities that promote development of the skills early elementary students need, craft projects to foster creativity, and lots of fun.
Drawing from 400 years of New England’s rich history, each week has a different theme: gardening and farming on August 3; preservation, architecture, and design on August 10; and education and play as we get ready to go back to school on August 17. Families are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy at the end of the program.
This is a drop-in program. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Register here