Here are some things you may want to know about today, Sept. 18, in Barrington:
Sunny skies today with a high temperature in the low 70s after another cool start in the morning.
Best-selling author and sports journalist Mike Lupica visits Barrington Books for a talk about and signing of his all-new novel, “QB1” today from 6-7 pm. Lupica, considered “the greatest sports writer for middle school readers,” turns his eye for sports drama to the gridiron with a story about a freshman quarterback from a renowned football family playing under Friday Night Lights for the first time in football-obsessed Texas. The book is inspired by the real-life Manning family of quarterbacks. Lupica is a sports columnist for New York’s Daily News, a host of his own show on ESPN Radio, and a weekly member of ESPN’s The Sports Reporters.
The Barrington Energy Committee meets in the library meeting room at 7 pm.
Have you marked your calendar yet for a busy day in Barrington on Saturday, Sept. 21: Barrington Village Center Walkabout at 9 am and Rubber Ducky Race at 3 pm.
The Barrington High School field hockey team travels to Barry Field in Woonsocket to trade shots with Woonsocket High School starting at 3:45 pm.