When it comes to finding fun things to do, you don't always have to take out a small loan to cover the price of admission, dinner, and incidental expenses. Here are five fun things you can do and places you can visit in Quincy for free!
It is the Quincy Park District's opening day today for miniature golf, paddle boating, disc golf, bike riding and the batting cage at the batting cage area of Moorman Park. The putters, the boats, the discs, the bikes and the bats will be ready for use beginning this afternoon at 3:30.
It will be here before you know it, sunny skies, green grass and soccer. So get ready for some soccer fun! The Quincy Park District is taking registrations in all age divisions for youth soccer, looking to build off one of their best years last season.
Improve your focus, fitness and mental discipline with Shoshinkan Martial Arts. The spring session kicks off on Tuesday, February 24 in the Recreation Room at the Quincy Park District office and runs every Tuesday and Thursday until April 16.
In reading Tuesday's Quincy Herald Whig, I came across a story written by Don O'Brien about The Adams County Little League. I was not even aware that there was such a league in Adams County last year, which was the league's first year. With one year and 215 players under their belt, t…