Quincy Children’s Museum to open temporary exhibit space at Experience Quincy
QUINCY — The Quincy Children’s Museum is opening a temporary exhibit space in Suite 101 of the Experience Quincy building, 625 Maine, until its permanent home at 230 N. Third is completed.
In a press release, Jarid Jones, founder and co-owner of Experience Quincy, said, “After much consideration and planning with the not-for-profit organization, we are excited to provide a temporary space for Quincy Children’s Museum that will allow them to continue offering engaging exhibits.”
“The needs of our organization and community have become more apparent. The demand for a space to host open play sessions, events and meetings is there,” said Amy Peters, executive director of Quincy Children’s Museum. “School visits and appearances throughout our area will continue, but we are looking forward to having this temporary space in downtown Quincy. Our vision of joyful children, engaged families, and a connected community will thrive in this space. We are grateful to Experience Quincy for opening its doors and for the opportunity this provides for Quincy Children’s Museum.”
Jones said the arrangement moves the opening of a new men’s clothing and supply company, Hawthorne Trading Co., from its original opening date. Frericks Gardens, Inc., and Dick Brothers Brewery will host pop-ups on both ends of town to test the market to fit the needs of men’s clothing and supplies.
Quincy Axe Company also will expand into a larger space.
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