The Barrington Farmers Market returns one week from today! You’ll find a preview of this year’s market on the cover and inside this week’s issue of Barrington Suburban Life.
You’ll also learn more about the Barrington 220 School District’s new leader along with these other stories inside this week’s issue…
Get to know incoming superintendent Brian Harris
This week’s Q&A profile features Mr. Harris who is returning to his Barrington roots after serving as an assistant principal at the Barrington Middle School-Station Campus in the 90s. Stepping back into Barrington 220 as of May 30, Harris shared his excitement for overseeing the district.
All sights on the Barrington Farmers Market
Learn what to expect for the 14th year of the Thursday market located at the intersection of Cook and Main Streets. Market Manager Judy Bruce said many regular vendors will be back to share a sense of community with area families.
New art studio in Ice House Mall
What started as the need for studio space to work on her jewelry pieces has turned into an art studio where area artists will display their work. Read more about McHenry resident Cheryl Boss and her newly opened Peaces Art Studio & Adornments in Ice House Mall.
BHS choir legend begins retirement
The last day of school meant new beginnings for nearly 20-year BHS choral director Nancie Tobison. Since 1996, Tobison has been doing what she said she was born to for – teaching. Learn more about Tobison’s career and BHS contributions in this week’s Barrington Suburban Life.
Biggest sleepover in Barrington history
Check out the photo recap of this year’s Relay for Life held Friday and Saturday at Barrington High School. Participants raised thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society. Event chairwoman Eleanor McDonnell said the idea behind the annual event is that cancer never sleeps.
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