Here are five things you should know about for this weekend in Barrington. The weather forecast is promising for another great fall weekend:
- You can drop off clean, gently used winter coats, hats and gloves from 9 am to noon at two Barrington churches on Saturday, Oct. 20: St. Luke’s on Washington Road and Holy Angels on Maple Avenue. It’s a coat drive by Boy Scout Troop 6 and the Knights of Columbus.
- The Friends of the Barrington Library host a rare classical concert on Sunday, Oct. 21, at 2 pm that pays tribute to a former library director: “The Ruth Corkill Program: Strange and New Horizons.” It highlights the annual meeting of the group.
- The Go Local Farmers’ Market in Barrington continues at Barrington Congregational Church on Saturday through the end of October from 9 am to noon.
- You can mix with Barrington's Republican candidates and U.S. Senate candidate Barry Hinckley on Sunday, Oct. 21, at a reception and wine tasting from 2 to 4 pm at Grapes & Grains, 24 Bosworth St.
- The annual Pumpkin Junction at St. John's Episcopal Church -- the "Red Church" -- on County Road continues every day through Halloween. Stop by this weekend and pick up some of the orange gourds for your home.