QATV News

Guests Walter Hubley, David Finstein and Thomas Hardy discuss Porchfest Quincy 2019.

Guest Alice Brown of Boston Harbor Now discusses the organization and the upcoming ferry service from Squantum Point Park to Downtown Boston.

In observance of Memorial Day, QATV will be closed on Monday, May 27th.  QATV will reopen on Tuesday, May 28th.

Guest Jessica Pilkington from the Adams National Historic Park talks about the upcoming season and events.

George Nicholson, Director of Quincy Veterans Services, discusses the annual Memorial Day Parade and Remembrance ceremony to be held on Monday, May 27th at Mt. Wollaston Cemetery.

Guests Ann Forsman and Kathy Ceurvels from the Wollaston Garden Club discuss the club's annual Plant Sale to be held on May 18th.

Guests Lori Hagborg, Joe Salvucci and Carmen Chen discuss the Quincy Band Boosters, promote an upcoming fundraiser and concert on May 28th.

Guest Tom Clasby, Director of the Quincy Council on Aging, talks about the 37th annual Quincy Senior Olympics and the 10th anniversary of The Kennedy Center.

Guest Marie McCabe of the Good Neighbor Energy Fund talks about the organization and how to apply for assistance.

Guests Yoichi Udagawa (conductor) and Barbara Clement (president) of the Quincy Symphony Orchestra talk about the May 5th concert to be held at Quincy High School.

Join "On the Ball" co-hosts as they preview the upcoming Quincy Senior Olympic Games.

Guests Dawn Hayes and Mary Christo from DOVE talk about the organization and the annual Divas Dance for DOVE fundraiser.

Guest Michael Bellotti, President of Quincy College, talks about the relaunched Nursing program and other current topics.

Guests Phil Gay and Karen Peterson, both of the South Shore YMCA, talk about YMCA's summer day camp and other programs available.

Guest Al Bina, President of the Quincy Quarry and Granite Workers Museum, talks about the organization and the museum.

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