About Quincy

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City of Quincy

City of Quincy Municipal Code and City Charter
FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM)
Guide to Senior Housing in the City of Quincy (.pdf file)
Norfolk County
Polling Places
Quincy at a Glance
Quincy Housing Authority
Quincy Real Estate Appraisals: Assessors Online Database

Business & Development
Develop Quincy
The New Quincy Center
Quincy Chamber of Commerce
South Shore Chamber of Commerce
Taste Quincy

Community Centers

Germantown Neighborhood Center
333 Palmer St., 617-376-1384. Offers a variety of programs plus a food pantry.

Houghs Neck Community Council
1193 Sea St., 617-376-1385. Bingo, blood pressure, and a senior hot lunch Monday-Friday at 11:30 a.m.

Kennedy Center
440 East Squantum St., 617-376-1245. Game room, scheduled activities, computer classes, movies, coffee shop and more for Quincy seniors.

North Quincy Community Center
381 Hancock St., 617-376-1381. Bingo, ESOL, senior drop-in hours and senior lunch on Thursdays.

Squantum Community Center
136 Standish Road, 617-376-1361. Crafts, knitting & crocheting, blood pressure checks, and bingo.

1000 Southern Artery Senior Center
Activities include games, crafts, yoga, and computer classes. Open to non-residents for a small fee. 617-471-1000

Ward 2 Community Center
16 Nevada Road, 617-376-1376. Fitness and line dancing programs, blood pressure, and Fair Foods.

Ward 4 Community Center
100 Brooks Ave., 617-786-0696. Senior social group meets every Wednesday from 1-4 p.m.

Arts & Culture
Museums & Cultural Institutions
Adams National Historical Park
Josiah Quincy House
United First Parish Church/Adams Crypt
Quincy Historical Society
Quincy Homestead
Quincy Quarry and Granite Workers Museum
United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum

Performing Arts
Eastern Nazarene College Choral Union
This choir is made up of students and members of the community and welcomes new members. All adult singers are welcome, regardless of experience or music-reading ability. Auditions are not required, and membership is free. If you are interested in joining, please email kevin.smith@enc.edu or call 617-745-3614.

Eastern Nazarene College Theatre

Quincy Bay Chamber Orchestra

Quincy Choral Society
A "professional amateur" community chorus that rehearses on Monday evenings and performs regularly in the Quincy area.

Quincy Point Music Academy
Music lessons for everyone and for all ages. Located in Quincy Point Congregational Church.

Quincy Symphony Orchestra
A a non-profit organization consisting of amateur and professional musicians, the QSO performs three classical, two holiday, and one pops concert each season in the Boston area.

Theatre Makers of Quincy
A budding community theatre group (premiere production: Godspell in September 2012)

Dragonfly Theater
This group offers performances in the Ruth Gordon Amphitheater in Merrymount Park.

Visual Arts
Quincy Art Association
Classes and workshops in drawing, painting, photography, and more.

South Shore Camera Club
A club for all who enjoy photography regardless of their level of expertise, meets weekly in Quincy.

South Shore Scribes
Serious writers who live on the South Shore who meet weekly to read their work, discuss methods, and constructively critique each other's writing endeavors.

The Boston Globe South
The Patriot Ledger
Quincy Access Television
Quincy Sun, 1372 Hancock St., 617-471-3100
Wicked Local Quincy

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