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Quincy is located in Gadsden County northwest of Tallahassee between Tallahassee and the Georgia state line along Highway 90 near Lake Jackson.

There is also a Quincy, Illinois.

Quincy is part of the Tallahassee, Florida metro area.

Local attractions in Quincy include The Gadsden Art Center and The Quincy Music Theatre.

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Transportation Quincy Municipal Airport |

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08/17 Coming to The area
Azalea Festival Valdosta GA March9-10 Free admission to a festival drawing 20,000 people from all over the Southeast and beyond.
Springtime Tallahassee Tallahassee FL April6 The festival includes a lot of fun for families and friends, such as: the Grand Parade, Jubilee in the Park, Children's Park, and the entertainment stages throughout the Jubilee with local and national entertainment acts.
Old Florida Celebration of the Arts Cedar Key FL April13-14 Saunter down Historic 2nd Street while enjoying fine art from a select group of incredibly talented artists. Award-winning fine art: paintings, sculptures, jewelry, crafts, ceramics, textiles, photography.
Old Florida Celebration of the Arts Cedar Key FL April13-14 Old Florida Celebration of the Arts features award-winning fine art, paintings, sculptures, jewelry, crafts, ceramics, textiles, photography, and more. All this while taking in tasty fresh local seafood from our casual and fine dining seaside restaurants, and beautiful coastal scenery in this unforgettable Old Florida setting.
Ozark Crawdad and Music Festival Ozark AL April20 This family & pet friendly festival is FREE to the public and features Great Live Music, Wonderful Foods, Arts & Craft Vendors, Children's Activity Area, Sonic's Popular Hotdog Eating Contest, the Crawdad 5k Run, Walk, or Crawl and much more!
Apalachicola Antique and Classic Boat Show Apalachicola FL April20 The Apalachicola Antique and Classic Boat Show will be held in the historic city of Apalachicola in the Panhandle of Florida. They generally get between 3,000-4,000 people.