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Tag: Day 69 of 365
Health Officials Investigating Confirmed Case of Coronavirus at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital
Public health officials are identifying and investigating all who’ve…Continue Reading
10th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration & Celtic Fest at McGonigal’s Pub
The 10th Annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration at…Continue Reading
Celebrate Saint Patrick at 7th Annual 3-Day Barrington Celtic Fest
Who’s ready to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day, Barrington-style?…Continue Reading
VIDEO: BHS Dance Marathon Raises $14.4K for Miracle Network Families at Lurie Children’s Hospital
A night of serious dancing pays off for…Continue Reading
59. BHS-TV One of 10 Student Groups Invited to Attend White House Film Festival
BHS-TV students Ariana Baldassano and Anusha Panchal along…Continue Reading
76. Books & Beyond: Take a Sentimental Journey in Genealogy
My father passed away about a year and a half ago. Losing a parent really leaves an emptiness in part of your heart, and it also diminishes your family’s collective memory. How long will I hold onto the stories he shared with me about growing up on Chicago’s northwest side, the traditions of his Polish upbringing, and family members I never had the opportunity to meet?
How complete is your family tree? Are you in a situation where you know little or nothing about the ancestors who came before you? Is there a long-held family secret or mystery you’d really love to solve while there is time?
The Barrington Area Library has some serious researchers on our staff, and they would be delighted to help you dig into your family’s history. We’re offering a new adventure this spring called Journeys in Genealogy. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to get some expert help with your genealogy – and be a little bit of a media superstar, too…(there’s more to this than research, let’s just say!)
What we’d like to do is capture the process of you leaping over your family history roadblocks – on camera. We’re big fans of programs like Antiques Roadshow and American Pickers, which reveal just how much fun it can be to explore the past. We can’t appraise your antiques or clean out your storage shed, but we can possibly shed light on your ancestry and create some real “aha!” moments……
75. Health Beat: How Video Games Might Actually Help Kids Lose Weight
Kids these days are often living a more…Continue Reading
42. Gary Fencik Shuffles On Down to Barrington High School
Chicago Bears Super Bowl Champion, Gary Fencik, will…Continue Reading
41. Vote for Your Favorite 2013 Snow Day Photo
Last week’s snow day inspired a new photo…Continue Reading
113. Visit Barrington’s Sunday Open Houses, March 11
If you’re up for checking out the Barrington homes for sale with scheduled open houses this Sunday, March 11th, I put together a list to make it easy for you. And if you’re not in the market for a new home, hopefully these weekly open house lists here at 365Barrington.com will help you get a feel for what’s for sale and where!
There are sixteen open houses scheduled in Barrington for Sunday, March 11. The open house times for each address vary, so the first list includes the properties based on the hours they’re open. Then, we have the good stuff, a full list of open houses with photos and links. If you click on the blue property addresseses, that’ll take you to the even more listing details and dozens more photos for each home……Continue Reading
112. Spice It Up at the District 220 Chili & Music Fest
Looking for something to do for dinner TONIGHT?…Continue Reading
344. "Hot Happenings" in Barrington for March 10-13
There’s a lot going on in Barrington this weekend so I put together a list of “Hot Happenings” that you might want to check out. The first is a concert at Barrington High School this Friday night featuring the University of Notre Dame Glee Club.
Two Barrington High School graduates, Griffin Dassatti (Class of ’07) and Bill Raseman (Class of ’10) will be among the singers……Continue Reading