Stroll and sip at Fall Wine Walk in Barrington
The Fall Barrington Wine Walk, sponsored by the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Barrington, will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12.
Attendees are invited to enjoy a "Sipping Saturday" while visiting stores in downtown Barrington and enjoying wine provided by participating merchants in the downtown Barrington area.
Check-in begins at 2 p.m. at NeoTeca, Inc., 130 S. Hough St., in Barrington. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased in advance online at www.barringtonchamber.com.
Ticket price includes access to a 1-ounce pour at each merchant location, souvenir wineglass, a map of the wine-tasting locations, and a list to check off each tasting sample.
A trolley will be provided to transport Wine Walk attendees to designated stops throughout the downtown Barrington area. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older to participate and present identification in order to receive a wristband.
Barrington merchants participating in the Fall Wine Walk are: Anderson's Candy Shop, Angelina, Barrington Flower Shop, Barrington's White House, Big Iron Horse BBQ, Cashmere & Chrome, Estate Jewelers LTD, Fancy Art, N.F.P., Flesk Brewing Co., G&G Women's Boutique, Heinen's Grocery Store, Jewel-Osco, Long & Co. Jewelers, McGonigal's Pub, Natural Serenity, Norton's U.S.A., Notice, One Girl, Paris Market Antiques, Sanctuary Salon and Spa, Savvy Spirit Women's Clothing and Accessories, Shakou Barrington, Skin Wellness by Renee, Super G's Cheesesteaks, Tootsie's Women's & Children's Shoes, Verbic Orthodontics and Vin Chicago.
For information, call (847) 381-2525 or visit www.BarringtonChamber.com.
The Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1969, is an association of nearly 900 member businesses representing more than 18,000 business people dedicated to the success and prosperity of the 11 regional communities it serves: Barrington, Barrington Hills, Deer Park, Inverness, Kildeer, Lake Barrington, Long Grove, North Barrington, Port Barrington, South Barrington and Tower Lakes.
The chamber promotes economic opportunities, advocates the interests of business, offers programs for professional development and leadership, and works to foster a robust regional economy.
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