4 “Community Catalysts” to Speak at TEDx Barrington Area Library

Have you heard about TED, the nonprofit, global phenomenon devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading? Its goal is to make great ideas accessible and spark conversation.

A TEDx event is a local version of TED – a community-planned series of conversations designed to energize and inspire. The Barrington Area Library is proud to welcome you to its second TEDxBarringtonAreaLibrary event, featuring four powerful community catalysts.

Come and hear:

Dr. Brian Harris: Superintendent of Schools, District 220
Bob Lee: Founder, Ride for 3 Reasons
Joyce Palmquist: Executive Director, Barrington Area Council on Aging
Courtney Quigley: Co-founder, Hope’s In, student at New York University

Join the Barrington Area Library for this extraordinary experience! Free but limited to only 100 attendees. Register now.


The Barrington Public Library District serves residents of all or part of Algonquin, Barrington, Barrington Hills, Deer Park, Fox River Grove, Hoffman Estates, Kildeer, Lake Barrington, Lake Zurich, North Barrington, Palatine, Port Barrington, South Barrington, Tower Lakes, and some unincorporated areas. It covers a 72-square-mile area, making it the largest library district in Illinois. Learn more at BALibrary.org.