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Adams County Fair
Held annually at the Mendon Fairgrounds outside of Quincy, IL. 2014 dates are from July 29-Aug 4th. For more information, contact the office at 217-936-2230. The County Fair includes a carnival, grandstand events, and horse shows every day. Livestock exhibitors and domestic arts exhibits. Admission: $7 Thurs, Fri, Sun, & Tues. $10 Sat, Mon, & Wed.
Wild Game Festival
Head out to the Brown County Fairgrounds for a culinary adventure! Bring your friends for the wild hog roast, join in the poker run, check out the vendor booths, test your luck in the raffle, and don't miss the live music. Did we mention the food? Check the website to see how you can enter your own recipe into the wild game cookoff. Music starts at 2pm, auction at 6:30pm. The band Brushville takes the stage at 8pm. Food and beverages available. There is a $10 cover charge.
Quincy Five Miler & Bear Creek Grunt Rowing Races
The Quincy Five Miler is a 5.4 mile head race on the Mississippi River and Quincy Bay from Hogback Island along the Illinois Shore, through the cut and into the Quincy Bay. Utilizing the same course of the 1st Quincy Boat Race in 1872, the race will begin from the Knapheide Landing. Bring anything you can row, pedal or paddle. $25 per race www.quincy5miler.com or 503-704-2133
Quincy Preserves Fall House Tour
Quincy Preserves Fall House Tour featuring seven amazing locations: The Quincy Preserves Annual Behind Closed Doors Home Tour will take place on Saturday, October 17th, from 10 am to 4 pm. For more info visit www.quincypreserves.org
Quincy Classic Boat Show
Quincy Classic Boat Show! Join us at Kessler Park! Classic boats will be making a 17 mile Mississippi River Run from Mark Twain’s home town of Hannibal, MO to Quincy, IL. FREE registration for participants - Also during the event is the self-powered boat sale and swap meet in Kesler Park. For anyone wanting to buy or sell a row boat. For more information or to register your classic boat visit www.quincyboatshow.com
Pike County Fall Color Drive
Join in the country fall fun with scenic drives, local attractions, Lincoln and Civil War history, regional food specialties, crafts, and beautiful colors signifying the changing season.
Gus Macker Basketball
Macker in May means summer starts in Quincy. Gus Macker basketball takes to the streets around Washington Park Central Square for the 27th year May 23-24, which will mean summer has arrived. And once again the family oriented festival of fun celebrates the passion for basketball in this wonderful community. Quincy loves hoops. http://www.macker.com/macker-tournament
Folk Life Festival
Join us for our Annual Folk Life Festival! Stroll the beautiful grounds of the Quincy Museum and enjoy a variety of demonstrators, crafters and activities for children. Bring your appetite for our famous Buffalo Sandwiches, our Bake Sale booth and delicious caramel apples and old fashioned bottled soda. 1601 Maine Street Quincy, IL 62301 (217)224-7669 thequincymuseum.com
Shrimp & Crawfish Boil
Hopewell Winery near Pittsfield, IL hosts the annual Shrimp & Crawfish boil from noon-5pm at the winery. This event is a tradition to locals and visitors alike. Enjoy wine tastings from Hopewell Winery partnered with all of the shrimp and crawfish you can eat.
Smoke on the River
This Illinois state championship BBQ contest features live entertainment and barbecue sampling at Kesler Park on the Riverfront.
Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail
2015 Local Fishing Tournament Event! Tourney Date: 08/29/15 Mail Deadline: 08/14/15 Off Limits: You may not fish from midnight until 6:30 am on tournament day. Start Time: 6:30am Stop Time: 3:00pm Weigh-In: 4:00pm (anyone not in line by this time will be disqualified from the tournament) Details: Anglers may fish Pools 20,21,& 22 on the Mississippi River. Host Hotel will have a special rate of $65 for all King Kat anglers. Just say you are with Cabela's King Kat.
Join us at the Art Center for ArtFest on Saturday, September 19 & 20 from 12 to 5 p.m for hands on art projects! There will be a free clay competition for kids & adults, an art exhibit scavenger hunt, a collaborative mural, live figure drawing, and demonstrations & hands on activities by local artists. quincyartcenter.org
The Nutcracker Ballet is a holiday tradition woven with beautiful choreography, music and a special story. Set to the lovely score by Tchaikovsky, this two act ballet begins with a young girl named Clara who receives a special gift from Herr Drosselmeyer at a Christmas Party. The nutcracker gift quickly becomes Clara’s favorite and soon transforms into a prince who invites her to join him on a special journey. The story continues through the snow, into the Land of Sweets where dancers from many lands entertain them. Is it all a dream? This will be the 15th time that the Kaiser Dance Theatre has brought the lovable ballet to local audiences. The first performance took place in 1985 and since then has become one of Quincy’s very own holiday traditions.
WGEM Home & Living Show Fall Edition
The WGEM Home & Living Show - Fall Edition brings together local residents to see the wide variety of new offerings from show vendors. Show vendors benefited from the face-to-face meetings with potential customers and by the extensive promotion surrounding this event. The Oakley Lindsay Civic Center offers the perfect setting for this upscale show featuring an audience of homeowners and potential homeowners seeking answers and products for their home, garden, and life. 10-7
Gem City Pizzeria
Come to Gem City Pizzeria, the oldest Pizzaria in Quincy and have our famous Jeff's Special pizza or some nachos. Specializing in pizza and Mexican selections, Gem City is open 4 pm to Midnight every day!
The Maine Course
Here at The Maine Course we do not offer a “fixed” menu for that we are constantly seeking for the best produce, fish and meats available on the market. Whether it’s locally grown or from Tasmania, there is no place we won’t seek to find the best ingredients. While dining here we focus on fresh, unique and tantalizing flavor combinations. To achieve this we use old world and modern techniques to hopefully give you a true dining experience. Our commitment to fresh food and flavors are transcended into the dining room with limited art and décor to create a minimalist space. With this we hope our patron focus on the maximalist of the entire experience with well crafted and designed dishes. Not to be limited just by the food we offer many hand crafted cocktails, a great selection of spirits and a wine list that should accommodate most pallets. We strive to provide a great value to our customers throughout their visit each and every time they chose us for their dining location. Focusing on fresh ingredients and attention to detail is something that others cannot match.
Quincy Symphony Orchestra Association
The season concludes with our gorgeous Pines of Rome concert on Saturday, April 18th. the concert will open with University of Missouri graduate Stephanie Berg's "Ravish and Mayhem." Violinist Katie Wolfe will perform the beautiful and virtuosic "Scottish Fantasy" by Max Bruch. The performance concludes with Respighi's "Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite No. 1" and the electrifying "Pines of Rome." Tickets $18 Adults, $15 Seniors, Free for youth 18 and under QJHS Morrison Theater, 100 S. 14th St., Quincy, IL For more information call 217-222-2856.
Little People’s Golf Championships
International Golf tournament for boys and girls ages 3-17. Held at Westview Golf Course, 2150 S 36th, Quincy. For more info contact 217.257.5718 or littlepeoplesgolf.com
Annual Barry Apple Festival
Over 50,000 people join this quaint historic town to celebrate the apple industry. Old-time crafts, specialty food, entertainment, a car show, and a parade are highlights of the weekend of festivities.
The Winter Wonderettes
THE WINTER WONDERETTES takes audiences to Harper’s Hardware for their 1968 holiday party, hosted by the female singing group The Wonderettes. When Santa turns up missing, the ladies must use their talent and creative ingenuity, plus some great holiday tunes such as “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “ Run Rudolph Run,” “Winter Wonderland” and 20 other seasonal favorites, to save the festivities. This energetic and entertaining show is guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages.
Tower Pizza and Mexican
Can't decide between delicious pizza and tantalizing Mexican food. Head to Tower Pizza and Mexican for an amazing selection of both!
Jimbeana's is one of Quincy's casual dining experiences in a quaint little setting. Located in Quincy's historic business district. There is inside or outside dinning available and off street parking. Our specialty is the whole Catfish on the bone. We carry a wide assortment of sandwiches including 13 kinds of the original Yoagies Hoagies one of Quincy's old sandwich shoppes that used to be around from the late 70's early 80's. Homemade breaded tenderloins, soups and Jim's famous Cajun sausage gumbo, salads made fresh daily. Daily food and drink specials.
Martinis at 515
Martinis at 515 is downtown Quincy's place to be whether you are looking for a place to relax after work or go out on a Friday night with friends. Enjoy the best martinis or coldest beer in the area. Whatever you are in the mood for, Martinis at 515 has it all. At Martinis at 515 you will find a relaxed atmosphere and superior service with the look and feel of a large city bar. Enjoy large flat screen TV's to watch all the latest sporting events, or the quiet fireplace room to relax and hang out. Come in and check it out. We also offer private events in The Olive Room.
We are locally owned since 1985. We pride ourselves in having a quiet setting, clean comfortable rooms at reasonable rates. We are minutes away from, restaurants, shopping, Quincy University, and Interstate I-72. We also provide affordable fax and copy service.