Financial Town Meeting Tonight
Cary Grant matinee film series continues in library; author gives evening talk on Alzheimer's and his memoir.
Barrington’s annual Financial Town Meeting is tonight at 7 in the Barrington High School auditorium; a no-tax-hike budget is up for approval by voters along with three motions to save wood shop at the middle school that would boost taxes.
The May matinee film series on Cary Grant hosted by librarian Doug Swiszcz continues today at 2 pm in the Barrington Public Library auditorium. Grant stars with Deborah Kerr in “An Affair to Remember,” a 1957 film about passengers who meet on a cruise and have a shipboard romance. They agree to meet atop the Empire State Building in six months if they still feel love for one another.
Author Brad Pitman talks about Alzheimer’s and the constructive approach and positive changes that can result when caregivers choose action over inaction. The talk is based on his book, Ma is Back: Restoring My Mother's Memory, based on his experiences caring for his mother. It starts at 7 pm in the Barrington library auditorium.
Love to knit? Join the weekly knitters club at the Barrington Senior Center in the lower level of the library building at 10 am.