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Private Show: 4:30-6:30 then Tinker’s Son... CostaBlue

When: Jun 20, 2019 4:30PM in Quincy, MA

7 Essential Steps to Financial Success

You’re invited to this interactive event focused on your financial objectives with John Laurito, President and CEO of Concord Wealth Management. You will learn how to become more financially savvy. This will provide you with simple tactics and actions you can put into practice in order to make progress towards your financial goals.            Complimentary drinks and appetizers will be served!

When: Jun 20, 2019 5:30PM in Quincy, MA

Select Books for Prisoners at Prison Book Program

Sponsored by: Prison Book Program
Minimum age: 14
Prison Book Program gives books to individual prisoners in the United States. Prisoners have limited access to books and the program provides them with free books for personal development during incarceration.The Prison Book Program believes that education is a powerful tool that reduces the likelih . . .

When: Jun 20, 2019 6:30PM in Quincy, MA

Buy Local
The Home Depot - Quincy, MA 
177 Willard Street
Quincy, MA 02169

617-376-0380
The Home Depot is a home improvement supplies superstore that sells tools, construction products and services.
About Quincy, MA
Welcome to the City of Quincy also known as the City of Presidents was first settled in 1625 by traders and founded as a town in 1792 then was later incorporated as a city in 1888.

Some of the famous residents include John Hancock one of the most famous signatures in American history and John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams who both became president of the United States. The Adams family home still to this day stands in its orchard garden in Quincy and attracts visitors from all over.

Some of the many tourist attractions include the Ship Building Museum, the Quincy Symphony Orchestra as well as the Boston Harbor tours and the John Quincy Adams House - a National Historic Landmark to name just a few.