There want be a need to travel anymore to a children's museum, Quincy has it's own, but needs your help.

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The Quincy Children's Museum is looking for a permanent place to call home and needs your help to make it happen. By donating anything from $5 and up, you will be helping them to find a place where they can educate, connect with children and families through experiences, and get creative with children in the community.

Right now, they are providing a mobile museum called 'The Experience' which provides a brief and temporary exhibit at local events, schools, festivals, and youth focused organizations. You can find this exbibit throughout June at events. Including Safe Kida Health Fair June 12, the Makers Market, June 19, and the Connect for a Cause event on June 26. Quincy Children’s Museum will look a little different at each event with unique, hands-on experiences that inspire curiosity & connection for the whole family.

You can help the museum in a few ways. Volunteering at these events and events to come, donations in any denomination to help the find a home in Quincy, or join them in various opportunities that they have ion their website. This museum is something that the community needs, there are some great places for kids, but to have a place that is dedicated to mainly children is a win.

Follow The Quincy Children's Museum on Facebook or the website to get updates on where they will be throughout the summer, and how your continued help can get them in a permanent home.

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