A brand new yoga studio just opened in Barrington and yogis of all ages gathered for a special celebration to break in the new space. That’s the story on the cover of the latest issue of Shaw Media’s Barrington Suburban Life newspaper which is packed with great stories this week!
As she does every week, reporter Tarah Thorne just gave me a glimpse of the stories we’ll find in this week’s paper. I can’t wait to read each of these articles when our paper arrives by mail today…
In Their Life
Retiring BHS photography teacher, Jeffrey Dionesotes, shares his art and discusses his 33-year teaching career.
BHS student video helps provides disabled athlete with feet
Schaumburg High School student Sabik Cohran thanks Barrington production students for a video that helped fundraise $5,000 for prosthetics. Cohran continues to stay active in sports and shares his plans for college wrestling.
Family fitness affair
Yogis of all ages gathered at the Barrington Yoga Loft Grand Opening Celebration Friday for a day of free classes. Check out Barrington Suburban Life’s energetic photos as participants move through a flow of exercises.
Free tax help for seniors
Who knew? The Barrington Area Council of Aging office is a hotspot for low to moderate-income tax assistance. Volunteers are working now through April 11 to help qualifying Barrington area residents file their taxes for free. Read this week’s Barrington Suburban Life for all the details.
Accelerated Rehab – Barrington Physical Therapist Stephanie Lamug explains how inner ear issues can commonly trigger dizziness and vertigo. Winter ear issues can be detrimental to everyday life, but luckily, relief is close to home.
Health is brewing – with an odd name
Have you see Karma Kombucha bottles around Barrington? Perhaps at Heinen’s? The healing fermented tea is produced locally in Lake County and master brewers are sharing their step-by-step production process in this week’s Barrington Suburban Life.
Caregivers, housekeepers by convenience
A new care service is in town to provide residents with regular household help – anything from nannies to personal assistants and family chefs. Learn how First Class Care places more than 500 candidates in homes each year.
You’ll find these stories and much more in this week’s Barrington Sububan Life.
Barrington Suburban Life is a one of a family of free local newspapers in suburban Chicago owned by Shaw Media. The paper is mailed weekly to homes and businesses in zip code 60010. Watch for next week’s issue in the mail on Thursday. In the meantime, you can keep track of their latest stories on their website at BarringtonSuburbanLife.com or at Facebook.com/BarringtonSuburbanLife.
(In June of 2013, 365Barrington.com entered into a news & marketing partnership with Shaw Media and the Barrington Suburban Life newspaper to work together in promoting Barrington events, stories, organizations and businesses online and in print.)