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Cultural Resources

Quincy, MA is a welcoming city with so much history, diversity, and cultural backgrounds. Check out the events yearly celebrating our community and the many dining options that offer foods from around the world. See below some of the organizations that offer services to visitors and residents alike.

Consulate General of Cape Verde 

300 Congress Street, Suite 204
Quincy, MA 02169

The Consulate General in Boston was established by the Government of Cape Verde in 1977, two years after National Independence for the purpose of protecting and defending the interests of the State and its nationals throughout the area of its consular jurisdiction, as defined as: all The United States, and Canada, with the exception of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and Delaware, covered by the Embassy of Cape Verde in Washington DC.

With the establishment of this consular representation, in a country that is home to the largest number of Cape Verdeans of all generations abroad, today estimated at more than 400,000, and with the gradual investment that has been made with a view to strengthening its institutional capacity and improving the technical, human and financial conditions for its operation, Cape Verdeans in the USA and Canada have an open window that can connect them directly with the Central Administration in Cape Verde, providing them, among others, services of an administrative, notarial, judicial and civil registration nature, as well as the granting of entry visas to foreigners wishing to visit the country.

Don Quijote Tours 
17 Reardon Street
Quincy, MA 02169
Don Quijote Tours is receptive service company with a focus on the Spanish speaking tourism market. Visit Boston and its surroundings, from local tours to multi-day New England excursions and they provide tourist services in Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.

Massachusett Tribe At Ponkapoag 

The Massachusett tribe are the descendants of the original people that the English Invaders first encountered in what is now the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We against all odds have survived as the descendants of the first people of Massachusetts. We continue to survive as Massachusett people because we have retained the oral tradition of storytelling just as our ancestors did.
Moswetuset Hummock in Quincy, a summer seat of Chickataubut in the late 1620’s and early 1630’s. Still left untouched after nearly 400 years.
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Quincy Asian Resources, Inc.
1509 Hancock Street #209
Quincy, MA 02169

QARI's mission is to foster and improve the social, cultural, economic, and civic lives of immigrants and their families to benefit Quincy and its neighboring communities. Through collaborations and partnerships, we provide culturally competent services, such as workforce development, adult education programs, youth development, and cultural events as well as information and referrals to public or other community organizations.

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