Gem City Gymnastics and Tumbling and the City of Quincy have been named the hosts for the 2015 Illinois AAU Tumbling and Trampoline State Championships Saturday May 16, 2015. The event will take place at the Oakley Lindsay Center, Quincy. The meet is expected to draw hundreds of athletes and their families to Quincy for the event.
Attendance at the Illinois and Iowa State Fairs showed declines from the previous year. The main culprit for the decline was rainy weather in the Midwest, which affected several days of the fairs in Springfield and Des Moines.
The August Back Yard BBQ will be held in Quincy at Madison Park on Thursday, August 28. Y101 will bring the food, the fun and the prizes for the first 101 people that arrive at the BBQ , which begins at 5:30. Serving begins at 6.
It's hard to believe that we are approaching the end of August and the beginning of football season. With kickoffs coming up, let the tailgating begin! Quincy High School Blue Devil fans and Quincy Notre Dame Raider fans will be firing up those grills prior to games this fall, but who tailgates better?
I was talking with some people about some of the events coming up in the weeks ahead, and a comment came about the events that we no longer have. So we started reeling off one event after another that no longer takes place in the area, but was very popular when it was held years ago. The first one mentioned was the World Free Fall Skydiving Convention at the Quincy Airport. Another one was the South Park Go Kart Races.
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Lighthouse Leadership School will host its annual “Stop & Drop” and “Back-to-School Bash” events this Sunday, August 17. Blessed Sacrament students and their families are invited to attend the 10 a.m. Mass at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Following the Mass, students are invited to “Stop” in to their new classroom and “Drop” off their school supplies.
I hope you have had the opportunity to view what they are calling the “supermoon” the last couple of days. I happened to see it Sunday night when it magically appeared over the right field fence at Q.U. Stadium while I was watching the Quincy Gems play baseball. It was quite a sight.
The summer tradition of Blues in the District continues tonight when Marquise Knox performs in a free concert at Washington Park. Marquise was born and raised in St. Louis and handles his guitar with the best of them. A guitar he learned to play from his grandmother. With Knox's performance tonight only two more Blues in the District events remain for the summer.
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