8 Adams Street
Adams Academy Bldg.
Quincy, MA 02169
QUINCY’S “LEGENDARY LOCALS”, JACK ENCARNACAO, GUEST SPEAKER
THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 7:00 PM, ADAMS ACADEMY
Notable Quincyites from the past and present will be featured in our next program. Area journalist Jack Encarnacao will highlight a number of the personalities from his new book, Quincy, Legendary Locals, a survey of individuals who’ve made an impact on Quincy from the earliest times to our own. The presentation features national leaders like John Adams and John Hancock and stars like Lee Remick and Ruth Gordon, but it also focuses on the many people who have contributed to Quincy by helping others, by public service, by sheer force of personality, or by being unforgettable characters. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. Jack will do a book signing following the program.
The Quincy History Museum at Quincy Historical Society takes you through more than 400 years of some of America's richest, most influential history.Meet rebels and reformers, workers and visionaries:
John and Abigail Adams and others who helped create the United States;
Granite workers who moved 5-ton blocks and helped change the look of America;
Three centuries of shipbuilders, culminating in 30,000 men and women who built the ships that helped win World War II;
Entrepreneurs who brought Americans
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