May/June

ABOUT THIS ISSUE: Quintessential BarringtonFashion, fun, and philanthropy! The Hope’s In Style fashion show raises funds to transform lives through Hope’s In—an effort championed by Barrington teens.

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Hope's In Style:
Barrington teens make a world of difference with Hope's in Style.
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Featured in About Town:
Happy 15th Anniversary to Hands of Hope’s Barrington Country Garden and Antique Faire. Don’t miss this lovely event on June 19 and 20. Details inside.
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Open Spaces - April Anderson:
Old-fashioned heirloom vegetable seeds grow a piece of history.
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Down Cellar - Jim Bryant's Wine Column: Follow Jim Bryant to a dinner in Nashville with longtime friends and some great wine.
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What’s Cooking - Kathy Harrison: What’s in your freezer and cupboards? Time to take a look and see what its contents might cook up.
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In The Garage: An iconic Land Rover that has served vital interests is retired.
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Barrington 220 - Dr. Brian Harris:  The Harper Promise program and a visit to the White House are featured.
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Community: Jasper Sanfilippo is honored with DAR’s National Historic Preservation Medal.
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Community: Get to know the great downtown events hosted by the Barrington Village Association.
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Quintessential People

Quintessential People is now 10. In this issue, we feature all of the people we have honored—your friends and neighbors.
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Quintessential America

Flying Jewels delighted Christopher Columbus as well as Barrington residents today. Read on to enjoy an update on hummingbirds.
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About Town

For more information on what's happening around Barrington with events and the latest news, read About Town, which starts on page 49 in the current issue.
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Snapshots

It seems like old times at Barrington’s Sesquicentennial event in town! View Snapshots.

Interview

Meet one of Barrington’s Main Street business owners—Jolly Dandonna—who heps make Barrington a well-dressed place for more than two decades.
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USE QB'S MEDIA CENTER: Calling all publicity and public relations personnel and possible QB contributors! Our Media Center is designed to be your go-to place for how to submit information about your event or organization. Also, we love to hear story ideas from our readers, and receive query letters from writers. Ideas such as how to prepare a press release are included.

  Sesquicentennial Edition

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QB magazine is producing a Special Edition to commemorate the Village of Barrington’s 150th anniversary
– it’s Sesquicentennial.
This one-of-a -kind keepsake and record of the Barrington area will be delivered in June 2015. Don’t miss your copy.
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