“City of Presidents” celebrates President’s Day

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The new Quincy City Hall building on the Hancock-Adams Green. Photo credit: John Phelan

For the first time ever, Quincy, Mass. – the so-called City of Presidents that was home to John and John Quincy Adams – hosted a fair to honor its famed former executives, and to promote the renewed city center developing around the new City Hall and Hancock-Adams Green. Residents and visitors alike enjoyed refreshments, entertainment, historical tours, and fun for kids on the brisk February holiday:

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