Enjoy every last bit of The Week in Pictures

 
 
Updated 2/10/2020 1:40 PM

Daily Herald photographers every corner of the suburbs this week.

Fox Meadow Elementary School 4th-grader Aiden Langlean makes sure to get every last kernel of popcorn out of his sample bag as he listens to Chris Sumner, owner of Mama Lee's Gourmet Popcorn in Elgin, talk to students in South Elgin Monday about his popcorn-themed children's book.
  Fox Meadow Elementary School 4th-grader Aiden Langlean makes sure to get every last kernel of popcorn out of his sample bag as he listens to Chris Sumner, owner of Mama Lee's Gourmet Popcorn in Elgin, talk to students in South Elgin Monday about his popcorn-themed children's book.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Former Arlington Heights Trustee Tom Stengren bows his head during the invocation of the Arlington Heights Mayor's Community Prayer Breakfast at the DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago in Arlington Heights Thursday.
  Former Arlington Heights Trustee Tom Stengren bows his head during the invocation of the Arlington Heights Mayor's Community Prayer Breakfast at the DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago in Arlington Heights Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Machinist Ryan Rosenmeier repairs a hole caused by broken connecting rod on a billet aluminum engine block for a top fuel dragster at Automotive Engine Specialties in Elk Grove Village Tuesday. The business specializes in racing engine development and classic engine restoration.
  Machinist Ryan Rosenmeier repairs a hole caused by broken connecting rod on a billet aluminum engine block for a top fuel dragster at Automotive Engine Specialties in Elk Grove Village Tuesday. The business specializes in racing engine development and classic engine restoration.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Tony Toneji Garrett teaches Stevenson High School students the fine art of African drum lessons as part of the Odyssey fine arts fair at the high school during a two-day event. He offered up drums like the bongo, djembe, djun djun and other African favorites that have been heard in the heart of Africa.
  Tony Toneji Garrett teaches Stevenson High School students the fine art of African drum lessons as part of the Odyssey fine arts fair at the high school during a two-day event. He offered up drums like the bongo, djembe, djun djun and other African favorites that have been heard in the heart of Africa.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Shannon Halikias, Director of the Sugar Grove Public Library tests out a pair of binoculars that are available in the Library of Wonderful Things.
  Shannon Halikias, Director of the Sugar Grove Public Library tests out a pair of binoculars that are available in the Library of Wonderful Things.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Sophomores Sumaiya Katrawala, left, and Veandra Robinson are among students at Glenbard East High School participating in the Valentines for Vets group project in Lombard Wednesday.
  Sophomores Sumaiya Katrawala, left, and Veandra Robinson are among students at Glenbard East High School participating in the Valentines for Vets group project in Lombard Wednesday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Senior Nazish Khan makes a valentine during the Valentines for Vets project in the cafeteria at Glenbard East High School in Lombard Wednesday.
  Senior Nazish Khan makes a valentine during the Valentines for Vets project in the cafeteria at Glenbard East High School in Lombard Wednesday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
People look over the new Corvette Thursday during the media preview of the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago.
  People look over the new Corvette Thursday during the media preview of the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
World War II Navy veteran Gerald Marlatt, who served in Normandy, France, talks with Coast Guard veteran Jim Dunning, of Elk Grove Village at an event to have private screenings Thursday of "The Girl Who Wore Freedom," a new documentary about the citizens of Normandy, France and their liberation from the Nazis in World War II. The event was a CMX Theater in Arlington Heights for friends and family of cast and crew of the film.
  World War II Navy veteran Gerald Marlatt, who served in Normandy, France, talks with Coast Guard veteran Jim Dunning, of Elk Grove Village at an event to have private screenings Thursday of "The Girl Who Wore Freedom," a new documentary about the citizens of Normandy, France and their liberation from the Nazis in World War II. The event was a CMX Theater in Arlington Heights for friends and family of cast and crew of the film.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Fifth-grader Brianna McDuffie laughs during Tim Hannig's Pro-Kids Show for students at Village Elementary in Round Lake Thursday.
  Fifth-grader Brianna McDuffie laughs during Tim Hannig's Pro-Kids Show for students at Village Elementary in Round Lake Thursday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Dan Roelofs, of Villa Park reaches the 31st and final flight of stairs during the American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb at the Oakbrook Terrace Tower Saturday. He was participating with the Elmhurst Park District Courts Plus team.
  Dan Roelofs, of Villa Park reaches the 31st and final flight of stairs during the American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb at the Oakbrook Terrace Tower Saturday. He was participating with the Elmhurst Park District Courts Plus team.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
With a little help from his dad Sal, Max Ramirez, 8, learns to pan for gold at the Onesti Wild West Town exhibit at the Family Time Magazine Kids Expo at the Schaumburg Convention Center on Saturday.
  With a little help from his dad Sal, Max Ramirez, 8, learns to pan for gold at the Onesti Wild West Town exhibit at the Family Time Magazine Kids Expo at the Schaumburg Convention Center on Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
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