The Dr. Eells house is credited to helping several hundred slaves make their way North to freedom. Open to the public now as a museum, located off of the historic Washington Park and downtown square in Quincy.
The Dr. Richard Eells House was a stopping point on the Underground Railroad in the 1840s, and is the oldest standing two-story brick home in Quincy.
It’s summertime, and that means it’s time for Quincy Gems baseball! It's sure to be fun for the whol...Read More
You're sure to have some fun while enjoying this summer eats & sips walking tour of historic downtow...Read More
Music to your ears, and fun for the whole family! Join us every other Friday evening from June - Aug...Read More
First Baptist Church will be hosting the Juneteenth Celebration for the Quincy community in 2023 wit...Read More
Midsummer Arts Faire (formerly Q-FEST) is an annual community celebration of the visual, musical and...Read More