Barrington Spring Wine Walk on April 28 in Downtown Barrington

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Gather with friends and neighbors to shop, sip and stroll in downtown Barrington at the Barrington Spring Wine Walk on Saturday, April 28 from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. The event, sponsored by The Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Barrington, invites attendees to visit participating merchants who will offer wine samples during the event. Check-in begins at 2:00 p.m. at NeoTeca, Inc., 130 S. Hough St. in Barrington. Tickets are $20. Click here to purchase tickets online in advance.

Ticket price includes: a souvenir wine glass, a map of the wine-tasting locations, a 1-oz. wine sample at each merchant location, and a tasting sample checklist. Attendees must be over 21 years of age to participate and present identification in order to receive a wristband.

Participants can visit 28 downtown Barrington merchants on the Wine Walk, including: 18/8 Fine Men’s Salons – Barrington, Anderson’s Candy Shop, Angelina, Barrington Cultural Arts Center, Big Iron Horse BBQ/Cooper’s Pizza, Blue Mercury, Colored Squid, Concierge Medical Spa, Estate Jewelers LTD, EwelineB, Fancy Art, N.F.P., Flesk Brewing Co., Fleur De Lis Salon, Heinen’s Grocery Store, Jewel-Osco, Long & Co. Jewelers, McGonigal’s Pub, Neoteca Inc., Norton’s U.S.A., Notice, One Girl, Redefined Beauty Bar & Salon, Savvy Spirit Women’s Clothing and Accessories, Shakou Barrington, Skin Wellness by Renee, Studio 4 Hair Salon, Tootsies Women’s & Children’s Shoes, Vin Chicago and more.

For more information call (847) 381-2525 or visit the BACC website at

About the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce - Logo Founded in 1969, the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce is an association of 800+ member businesses representing more than 18,000 business people dedicated to the prosperity of the 11 communities it serves: Barrington, Barrington Hills, Deer Park, Inverness, Kildeer, Lake Barrington, Long Grove, North Barrington, Port Barrington, South Barrington and Tower Lakes. The BACC promotes economic opportunities, advocates for business interests, offers professional development programs, and works to foster a robust regional economy. For more, visit

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