Ashley and Brittany talk to Amy Peters who is getting the Quincy Children’s Museum off the ground. The Quincy Children’s Museum will have a six-week satellite exhibit experience will be held beginning Friday, Nov. 11, at a space directly across from Kirlin’s in Quincy Town Center.
The Quincy Paper Box building at Third and Vermont will be the home for the Quincy Children’s Museum.
Ashley and Brittany talk to Amy Peters who is getting the Quincy Children’s Museum off the ground.
QUINCY — The progress made in the growth of the Quincy Children’s Museum brought Amy Peters to tears on Tuesday. As she read an announcement that the museum’s permanent location will be the former Quincy Paper Box building, 230 N. Third, Peters had to take a moment to avoid letting her emotions get the best […]
QUINCY — The fundraising goal of the Quincy Children’s Museum has changed … and it hasn’t. The museum board announced in May it had a fundraising goal of $150,000. That figure would be achieved by getting 50 people or families to make a minimum $1,000 contribution, as well as 50 businesses or groups to make […]
QUINCY — A six-person board has been named to help create a vision for a children’s museum in Quincy. About $70,000 has been raised for the project, a logo and website have been created and a promotional photo shoot has been completed. Items for a handful of interactive children’s activities have been bought, and a […]