Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

 
 
Updated 1/23/2018 10:59 AM

Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.

Vito Romanos, 11, of Round Lake belts out the notes with the rest of his trombone playing band members of Fremont school in Mundelein at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Vito Romanos, 11, of Round Lake belts out the notes with the rest of his trombone playing band members of Fremont school in Mundelein at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Marc Levin, left, of ShelfGenie, Elk Grove Village, talks about the company's product line with Megan and Douglas Newton of Volo during the Lake County Home Improvement Expo at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake Saturday.
Marc Levin, left, of ShelfGenie, Elk Grove Village, talks about the company's product line with Megan and Douglas Newton of Volo during the Lake County Home Improvement Expo at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Jim Wise of J.W. Woodworking, New Paris, Ind., talks about kitchen remodeling options with Babbette and Steve Laux of Kenosha during the Lake County Home Improvement Expo at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake Saturday.
Jim Wise of J.W. Woodworking, New Paris, Ind., talks about kitchen remodeling options with Babbette and Steve Laux of Kenosha during the Lake County Home Improvement Expo at the Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Nancy Curran of Montgomery helps Beck Reynolds of Belvidere pick out a pattern for a jacket Saturday during the American Heritage Living History Show at the Kane County Fair Grounds in St. Charles. The show continues today, Sunday from 9-5 and is a pre-1890s Artisan and Craftsman trade fair open to the public and features 62 vendors, clubs and demonstrators.
Nancy Curran of Montgomery helps Beck Reynolds of Belvidere pick out a pattern for a jacket Saturday during the American Heritage Living History Show at the Kane County Fair Grounds in St. Charles. The show continues today, Sunday from 9-5 and is a pre-1890s Artisan and Craftsman trade fair open to the public and features 62 vendors, clubs and demonstrators.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Jane Whiteside of Woodridge, takes a quick cellphone photo of Pam Kibler-Ervin of Waterford Wisconsin in her new cap by Valerie Long of the Flying Heart Millinery, Saturday during the American Heritage Living History Show at the Kane County Fair Grounds in St. Charles. The show continues today, Sunday from 9-5 and is a pre-1890s Artisan and Craftsman trade fair open to the public and features 62 vendors, clubs and demonstrators.
Jane Whiteside of Woodridge, takes a quick cellphone photo of Pam Kibler-Ervin of Waterford Wisconsin in her new cap by Valerie Long of the Flying Heart Millinery, Saturday during the American Heritage Living History Show at the Kane County Fair Grounds in St. Charles. The show continues today, Sunday from 9-5 and is a pre-1890s Artisan and Craftsman trade fair open to the public and features 62 vendors, clubs and demonstrators.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Matthew Czyzewski, 12, from South Middle School of Arlington Heights belts out the notes with the rest of his trumpet playing band members at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Matthew Czyzewski, 12, from South Middle School of Arlington Heights belts out the notes with the rest of his trumpet playing band members at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Matt Kisselberg, 12, of Mundelein bangs out the notes on the drums with the rest of his band members from the 7th grade Fremont school at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Matt Kisselberg, 12, of Mundelein bangs out the notes on the drums with the rest of his band members from the 7th grade Fremont school at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Brent Burger directs the 7th grade Fremont school jazz band from Mundelein at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Brent Burger directs the 7th grade Fremont school jazz band from Mundelein at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Brian Jacobi from Lincoln Middle School in Park Ridge gives jazz band students from South Middle School from Arlington Heights tips about Jazz style at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Brian Jacobi from Lincoln Middle School in Park Ridge gives jazz band students from South Middle School from Arlington Heights tips about Jazz style at the 21st annual Jazz Jamboree at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Lynn Steffen of Arlington Heights sample the moscato d'Asti white wine at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Lynn Steffen of Arlington Heights sample the moscato d'Asti white wine at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Rob and Kate Kanabay of Arlington Heights sample the Cabriz Red from Portugal at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Rob and Kate Kanabay of Arlington Heights sample the Cabriz Red from Portugal at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Linda Bruno and Barb Richter of Mt. Prospect sample the Rickshaw cabernet sauvignon at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Linda Bruno and Barb Richter of Mt. Prospect sample the Rickshaw cabernet sauvignon at the Metropolis Wine Tasting Fundraiser in downtown Arlington Heights on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
A snowman leans to the side as it stands on Butler Lake in Libertyville. Warmer weather could mean curtains for the snowman after the next couple of days.
A snowman leans to the side as it stands on Butler Lake in Libertyville. Warmer weather could mean curtains for the snowman after the next couple of days.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Elaine Nekritz, foreground, a retired State Rep. from Northbrook, stands near the main stage of the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. Organizers said 300,000 people came to the event.
Elaine Nekritz, foreground, a retired State Rep. from Northbrook, stands near the main stage of the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. Organizers said 300,000 people came to the event.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Organizers said 300,000 people came to the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
Organizers said 300,000 people came to the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Wanting to get a better view of the stage, Anne Hennessy, of Oak Park peeks through a chain-link fence separating crowds at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
Wanting to get a better view of the stage, Anne Hennessy, of Oak Park peeks through a chain-link fence separating crowds at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Young girls stand at the base of a large video screen projecting the speakers on stage a block away at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
Young girls stand at the base of a large video screen projecting the speakers on stage a block away at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
A handmade sign is held on the other side of a fence separating crowds at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
A handmade sign is held on the other side of a fence separating crowds at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Dawnn Basaraba, of Carol Stream, enjoys the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. She rallied with several political groups from DuPage County.
Dawnn Basaraba, of Carol Stream, enjoys the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. She rallied with several political groups from DuPage County.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Cathy Clarkin, of Naperville holds a sign as she stands with friend Laura Font, of Elmhurst and several other women at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
Cathy Clarkin, of Naperville holds a sign as she stands with friend Laura Font, of Elmhurst and several other women at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The crowd listens near the stage at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
The crowd listens near the stage at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The crowd held signs with a common theme at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
The crowd held signs with a common theme at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The crowd held signs with a common theme at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
The crowd held signs with a common theme at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The rally crowd gets ready to march to Federal Plaza at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. Organizers claimed 300,000 people attended the event.
The rally crowd gets ready to march to Federal Plaza at the Women's March Chicago in Grant Park Saturday. Organizers claimed 300,000 people attended the event.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The official front of the Women's March Chicago reaches Federal Plaza following a two-hour rally in Grant Park in Chicago Saturday.
The official front of the Women's March Chicago reaches Federal Plaza following a two-hour rally in Grant Park in Chicago Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
An effigy of Donald Trump is carried around Federal Plaza during the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
An effigy of Donald Trump is carried around Federal Plaza during the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Part of the marchers cross a pedestrian bridge on their way from Grant Park to Federal Plaza during the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
Part of the marchers cross a pedestrian bridge on their way from Grant Park to Federal Plaza during the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The reported crowd of 300,000 packs the intersection of Michigan Ave. and Jackson Blvd. during the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
The reported crowd of 300,000 packs the intersection of Michigan Ave. and Jackson Blvd. during the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The crowd held signs with a common theme at the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
The crowd held signs with a common theme at the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
A woman holds a plastic light saber as she stands on a cement block in Federal Plaza t the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
A woman holds a plastic light saber as she stands on a cement block in Federal Plaza t the Women's March Chicago Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Liz Ambrogi, a first-time marcher from Elmhurst, right, went with her best friend and her daughter Michele and Bella LoConte, center. "I was surprised that there were so many participants who came with families, senior citizens and infants," said Liz Ambrogi, an Elmhurst woman new to the march Saturday. "It was great to see so many men supporting women."
Liz Ambrogi, a first-time marcher from Elmhurst, right, went with her best friend and her daughter Michele and Bella LoConte, center. "I was surprised that there were so many participants who came with families, senior citizens and infants," said Liz Ambrogi, an Elmhurst woman new to the march Saturday. "It was great to see so many men supporting women."
Katlyn Smith | Staff Photographer
Liz Ambrogi who lives in Elmhurst, joined the Women's March for the first time Saturday in Chicago.
Liz Ambrogi who lives in Elmhurst, joined the Women's March for the first time Saturday in Chicago.
Katlyn Smith | Staff Photographer
Mary Ann Duda of Lombard and her son Cash, 6, look through a raptor tube at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center. The tube simulates silhouettes of various raptors and how they appear while flying in the sky.
Mary Ann Duda of Lombard and her son Cash, 6, look through a raptor tube at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center. The tube simulates silhouettes of various raptors and how they appear while flying in the sky.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
A Great Horned Owl is displayed at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center, which celebrates Bald Eagle Appreciation Day. The raptor is primarily rats and mice at the facility.
A Great Horned Owl is displayed at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center, which celebrates Bald Eagle Appreciation Day. The raptor is primarily rats and mice at the facility.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Anne Marie Smith has a tight grip on a Great Horned Owl at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center She talks about how the Great Horned Owl doesn't have a good sense of smell and preys upon skunks in the wild.
Anne Marie Smith has a tight grip on a Great Horned Owl at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center She talks about how the Great Horned Owl doesn't have a good sense of smell and preys upon skunks in the wild.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
A bald eagle named River has been at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center since 2011. Having been rescued from Maine, the eagle is 21 years-old and because of its injuries is non-releasable back into the wild.
A bald eagle named River has been at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center since 2011. Having been rescued from Maine, the eagle is 21 years-old and because of its injuries is non-releasable back into the wild.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Willowbrook Wildlife Center volunteer Hans Lim talks about raptors during Bald Eagle Appreciation Day. "Eagles don't get their white head and tail feathers until they are five years- old," Lim said.
Willowbrook Wildlife Center volunteer Hans Lim talks about raptors during Bald Eagle Appreciation Day. "Eagles don't get their white head and tail feathers until they are five years- old," Lim said.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District Jeremy Wynes talks while Dr. Sapan Shah, left, and Douglas Bennett listen while he discusses the issues during a town hall meeting on Sunday at N.S.S. Beth El Synagogue in Highland Park. The N.S.S. Beth El Men's Club sponsored the event.
Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District Jeremy Wynes talks while Dr. Sapan Shah, left, and Douglas Bennett listen while he discusses the issues during a town hall meeting on Sunday at N.S.S. Beth El Synagogue in Highland Park. The N.S.S. Beth El Men's Club sponsored the event.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District Dr. Sapan Shah addresses the audience as Jeremy Wynes and Douglas Bennett listen while he discusses the issues during a town hall meeting on Sunday at N.S.S. Beth El Synagogue in Highland Park. The N.S.S. Beth El Men's Club sponsored the event.
Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District Dr. Sapan Shah addresses the audience as Jeremy Wynes and Douglas Bennett listen while he discusses the issues during a town hall meeting on Sunday at N.S.S. Beth El Synagogue in Highland Park. The N.S.S. Beth El Men's Club sponsored the event.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Audience members listen as Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District Jeremy Wynes, Dr. Sapan Shah and Douglas Bennett discuss the issues during a town hall meeting on Sunday at N.S.S. Beth El Synagogue in Highland Park. The N.S.S. Beth El Men's Club sponsored the event.
Audience members listen as Republican candidates for the 10th Congressional District Jeremy Wynes, Dr. Sapan Shah and Douglas Bennett discuss the issues during a town hall meeting on Sunday at N.S.S. Beth El Synagogue in Highland Park. The N.S.S. Beth El Men's Club sponsored the event.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Bill Conners of Chicago, left, visits with seller Kevin Duffy of Round Lake during the Wheaton Hamfest, a ham radio, computer and hobby electronics flea market, held at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Sunday.
Bill Conners of Chicago, left, visits with seller Kevin Duffy of Round Lake during the Wheaton Hamfest, a ham radio, computer and hobby electronics flea market, held at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
A Zenith SW and AM transoceanic Model H500 radio is among the items being displayed for sale by Jerry Ehlers of Dubuque, Iowa, during the Wheaton Hamfest, a ham radio, computer and hobby electronics flea market, held at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Sunday.
A Zenith SW and AM transoceanic Model H500 radio is among the items being displayed for sale by Jerry Ehlers of Dubuque, Iowa, during the Wheaton Hamfest, a ham radio, computer and hobby electronics flea market, held at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St. Charles Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Frank Del Giudice of Hoffman Estates prepares his radio-control aircraft for a flight at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates Sunday.
Frank Del Giudice of Hoffman Estates prepares his radio-control aircraft for a flight at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Frank Del Giudice of Hoffman Estates guides his radio-control aircraft toward the runway prior to takeoff at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates Sunday.
Frank Del Giudice of Hoffman Estates guides his radio-control aircraft toward the runway prior to takeoff at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
A radio-control aircraft belonging to Frank Del Giudice of Hoffman Estates approaches the runway for a touch-and-go at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates Sunday.
A radio-control aircraft belonging to Frank Del Giudice of Hoffman Estates approaches the runway for a touch-and-go at the Cook County Forest Preserve's Poplar Creek flying field in Hoffman Estates Sunday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Peter Kurpiewski, left, of the Renegades celebrates a goal, which was assisted by teammate Naso Grammatis, during the second period of a 12u hockey game against the Chiefs Hockey Club at the Nelson Sports Complex in Rolling Meadows Sunday. The game's result was a 4-4 tie.
Peter Kurpiewski, left, of the Renegades celebrates a goal, which was assisted by teammate Naso Grammatis, during the second period of a 12u hockey game against the Chiefs Hockey Club at the Nelson Sports Complex in Rolling Meadows Sunday. The game's result was a 4-4 tie.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
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