A new collaboration between the Barrington Area Development Council and Barrington Area Library is making it easy for you to find your local “Volunteer Match”! The Barrington Area Development Council, in collaboration
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Way back in 2010 we started posting one “thing to do” each day in Barrington, and we’re excited to announce that in 2021 we’re bringing it back! These posts will be numbered
If you have yet to go ice staking at The Arboretum of South Barrington, time is running out! The Arboretum on Ice skating rink will close for the season after Monday, January 21st.
The Barrington Cultural Commission is re-creating the 1940s-era Barrington Town Warming concept with a one-day speaker series coming up at Barrington’s White House. Scheduled for Saturday, February 3rd, the event is designed
Most of the vegetables I make are roasted, slightly cooked or raw. I’m not one to put butter and cheesy sauces on vegetables mainly because I like the flavor of most vegetables.
Oprah Winfrey is the influential face of a new Weight Watchers program that encourages a more active lifestyle rather than focusing on weight loss alone. A part owner of Weight Watchers, the
Post 4, 2015 Here’s one way to heat things up on a frigid winter’s day. Current Barrington “Citizen of the Year”, Sue Randall fired up her oven to cook a favorite family
Midwesterners are quite used to Mother Nature’s fickle ways during the winter, but with today’s extreme temperatures, a medical expert from Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital shares tips to stay safe. While staying
It may be crushingly cold outside, but ice and snow transform Cuba Marsh in beautiful ways this time of year. Sometimes, when I drive past, curiosity calls and I can’t help but
Barrington’s newest church is opening its doors to the public tomorrow morning for its Grand Opening celebration. They have invited us all to drop by to tour the new facility, attend services,