The Quincy Fire Department will once again read bedtime stories each night leading up to Christmas.

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The QFD did this last year twice. First, when the stay-at-home-order was put in place and again during the holiday season, it was a chance for kids to relax and tune into Quincy firefighters reading to them each night through Christmas Eve. There will also be a sign language interpreter to help those who are hearing-impaired be able to enjoy a story as well.

I know there are a lot of families that look forward to this and love that the department is bringing it back again. You never know who will be reading a story for the night, so follow the Quincy Fire Department on their Facebook page to find out what book is going to be read and who will be reading the book.

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