Well, it appears that I have hit a nerve in regards to my previous blog about what I consider to be an inappropriate t-shirt worn to Friday's Blues in the District. Since its posting yesterday I have received acceptance and resistance, both of which I had expected.
The first 2014 Lunch in the Park with Mayor Kyle Moore is set for June 24th from 12 to 1pm in Washington Park at 5th and Maine Streets. This is the first in a series of three summer lunches that will be scheduled during 2014.
The Blues in the District has become one of Quincy's more popular events. It is attended by thousands each summer. In the 17 years of its existence people from all over the area bring their lawn chairs and coolers and enjoy some wonderful Blues music and all at absolutely no admission cost.
Fans of the Blues in the District, your wait is over as Rockin' Jake will take to the stage tonight at 5:30 to perform in the first concert of the summer. The District (formerly known as the Historic Quincy Business District) has put together another great lineup this season.
The World Cup Soccer Tournament got underway yesterday and will run through July 13 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The host country is one of the favorites to win it all with the American team given just a slight chance to capture the championship.
The Loomis Brothers Circus, originally scheduled for the Oakley Lindsay Center, has been moved to the Adams County Fairgrounds. Performances will still be held on Wednesday, June 18 and Thursday, June 19.
An interesting news story came out last week that many may not have seen is revealing that scientists believe that magma is rising in Mt. St. Helens and that an eruption may be in the works. It has been 34 years since Mt. St. Helen’s erupted in Washington State and this area saw the effects of that eruption.
Last Friday came and went without much awareness made of the fact that it was actually National Drive-In Movie Day. On the surface it doesn't appear to be the most monumental day of the year but in many ways maybe it should be. The drive-in movie theatre was a staple of Friday and Saturday nights in America. Millions of Americans would flock to their nearest outdoor theatre to see their favorite movie.
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