QATV News

Loretta DeGrazia tells us about an upcoming fundraiser for NF Northeast. For more information, please visit www.NFNortheast.org.

Guest Philip Chong, CEO of Quincy Asian Resources, gives us a preview of this year's August Moon Festival. For more information, visit www.QuincyAsianResources.org.

Guests Barbara Armenta and Myron Stachiw talk about the Dorothy Quincy Homestead.

Guest John Yazwinski, Executive Director of Father Bills/MainSpring, discusses the 25th annual FoodFest.

Guests Patrick Shelton and Chuck White from the Rural Lodge of Masons provide an update on the lodge's new home in Quincy.

Guests Ann Foresman and Jim Rougvie of the Quincy Tennis Club talk about the 132 year old club.

On the 1000th episode of Currently in Quincy, guest Katelyn Szafir of the South Shore YMCA talks about the Y's new cancer support program.

Guest Jessica Pilkington of the Adams National Historic Park talks about upcoming events, including the numerous July 4th activities.

Guests Sandra Sines and Lynda Southerland of the Quincy Animal Shelter talk the shelter, adopting cats and dogs, and some upcoming fundraising events.

Guest Richard DeCristofaro, Superintendent of Quincy Public Schools, provides a recap of the 2018-19 school year and preview of the 2019-20 school year.

Guests Shelly Dein (City of Quincy Energy & Sustainability Director) and Ahron Lerman (Mass. Department of Conservation and Recreation) talk about a tree planting program available to residents in Germantown and parts of North Quincy.

In observance of Independence Day, QATV will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, and Friday, July 5th. We will reopen at 10am on Monday, July 8th. Enjoy the holiday!

Beginning on Monday, July 1st, QATV will be operating on a summer schedule. We will be open on these days and times:

Mondays: 10am to 7pm
Tuesdays: 10am to 8pm
Wednesdays: 10am to 8pm
Thursdays: 10am to 7pm
Fridays: 10am to 5pm

We will resume our regular hours on Tuesday, September 3rd. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at (617) 376-1440.

Guest Sheila Wilson from Stop Healthcare Violence discusses the organization, its mission and an upcoming fundraiser.

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