. It is official.....
The dates are set for our 2015 Movies in the Park Series.
Our first movie is "Mary Poppins" to be held on Friday, July 10. This movie is sponsored by Family Dental Home & Children's Museum of Branch County..
Second movie will be "Big Hero 6" to be held Friday, July 24. This movie is sponsored by Century Bank & Trust.
Third movie will be Cinderella (2014) on Friday, August 7. This movie is sponsored by Speedrack.
Plan on bringing a blanket and/or chair.
All movies will start at dusk/dark. This is a free event. Spread the word.
The Village of Quincy is re-instating "Kids Day in the Park". The date is set for Friday, July 31, 2015 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. The event will take place at the Quincy Park located on N Main Street, Quincy.
This event is to educate young children from 12 and under about bicycle safety & fire safety.
The Quincy Police Department will be offering children that reside within the Village of Quincy and/or in Quincy Township an opportunity to register their bicycles with the Quincy Police Department. The Quincy Fire Department will be offering fire safety education. They will make their Branch County Fire Safety Trailer available for the children.
All children 12 years of age and under will be given a ticket for a chance to win a bicycle. Children may bring their own bicycles and participate in a bicycle safety course designed to educate them on bicycle safety and some basic traffic laws.
Children that are not able to bring their bicycles can still participate in the drawing, participate in the Quincy Fire Department's fire safety simulator and listen to the discussion at the bicycle course.
Welcome to the Quincy, Michigan community web site. Information about the Village, Quincy Police Department, Township, Fire Department, general community information, and Quincy Chamber of Commerce can be found within the site.
For information on the new Economic Vitality Incentive Program requirements, please visit the Village Manager's page.
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