Thursday June 25, 2020
News & Events from BACC Members
Member News Submissions must be received by noon on Wednesday in order to be considered for a future issue. We will include items, space permitting, on a rotating basis. Priority is given to members who have not had an item run in the past month or longer. Questions? Call the BACC office at (847) 381-2525 or click here to send us an email.
IL Pain Institute Hosts Webinar Tonight on Pain and Spine Diagnosis & Treatments
The Illinois Pain Institute will host a webinar tonight, June 25 from 7:00-8:00 pm on the "Latest Proven Diagnosis & Treatments of Pain and Spine Conditions in the COVID-19 Era." Presenters include nationally acclaimed physicians:  John Prunskis, M.D. FIPP, and Presidential Appointee to the Pain Management Best Practices Task Force, Terri Dallas-Prunskis, M.D., Chadi Yaccoub M.D., Bradley Silva M.D. and Anke Bellinger M.D. To register CLICK HERE.
Restore Illinois Phase 4 Begins Tomorrow
The State of Illinois has released Phase 4 Guidelines , which go into effect tomorrow, June 26. The guidelines include five new industry categories and updated recommendations for the existing categories from Phase 3. The new guidelines also include a set of common expectations for all employers and activity types, as well as workplace and program-specific guidelines. Phase 4 states that:
  • All employees who can work from home should continue to do so;
  • Continue to wear face coverings;
  • Maintain social distancing;
  • Frequently wash hands; and
  • Follow guidelines on capacity limits and group sizes.
DCEO to Accept BIG Program Applications on June 26
The Dept. of Commerce & Economic Opportunity (DCEO) has launched the Business Interruption Grant (BIG) Program, providing $60 million to businesses experiencing losses or business interruption as a result of COVID-19 related closures. The BIG Program is available for up to 3,500 businesses that experienced a limited ability to operate due to COVID-19 related closures. DCEO will begin accepting applications on June 26 and start distributing funds to qualifying businesses in early July. Click here for details.
Outdoor Movie & Live Music in Long Grove June 26 & 27
Downtown Long Grove will host two days of outdoor events to kick off Phase 4 of Illinois' reopening, following safety and distancing guidelines. Enjoy "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" tomorrow, June 26 at 9:00 pm, at an outdoor pop-up movie theater; then hear live music from a variety of bands on Saturday, June 27 at 308 Old McHenry Rd. Click here for details.
Sideouts Outdoor Concert Series Starts June 27
3D Sideouts, 4018 Roberts Rd. in Island Lake, will open its socially distant outdoor concert series this Saturday, June 27 from 6:30 - 10:30 pm with a performance by the band Modern Day Romeos. Tickets range from $ 60 - $150. Must be 21 or over to attend. Future concerts include: bella cain on July 11 and Mockapalooza on Aug. 1. Click here for details and tickets.
Ruth's Chris to Reopen June 29 in South Barrington
Ruth's Chris Steak House plans to reopen on Monday, June 29 at 100 W. Higgins Rd., Ste. U, in The Arboretum of South Barrington. Measures have been put in place to ensure a safe, enjoyable dining experience, including digital menus, more space between tables and other enhancements. Click here for details. 
Travelex to Host Travel Webinars June 29 & July 8
Travelex International will host two travel webinars in June and July. On Monday, June 29 at 5:00 pm take a virtual journey to Peru, led by archaeology specialist Cris Vera. Click here to register. On Wednesday, July 8 at 5:00 pm explore fascinating remote places including Alaska, Baja California, Channel Islands National Park, the Caribbean, Antarctica and more. Click here to register.
Curbside Cookout at Azpira-Lake Zurich RSVP by June 29
Join Azpira of La ke Zurich on Wednesday, July 1 from 4:00 - 6:00 pm for a Hot Dog Curbside Cookout at 795 Rand Rd. in Lake Zurich. Drive through to say hello, pick up a hot dog, chips & a drink, and get entered to win a raffle prize. To RSVP by June 29 call (847) 438-6100 or click here to email Jessica.
SB Park District Real Estate Auction Aug. 5
The Board of Commissioners of the South Barrington Park District have elected to sell at public auction, +/- 34 excess acres of vacant land south of the intersection of Rt. 59 and Bartlett Rd. The land, previously valued at approximately $3,500,000, was used as a tree nursery. Suggested opening bid is $500,000. Click here for details. For more information about the auction call Rick Levin at (312) 440-2000 or click here.
Sign Up for Summer Camp at Barrington Martial Arts
Barrington Martial Arts, 123 Barrington Commons Ct., is hosting a fun, safe and clean summer camp for children 6-12 years old daily through Aug. 1. Camp includes sports, activities, talks and more. FREE early drop off and FREE late pick up. Registrataion fee is $30. Call (847) 382-9599 or Click here for details.
Register for Bataille Acadamie of the Danse Classes
Summer registration for Bataille Acadamie of the Danse, 102 N. Cook St. in Barrington, is now open. In-studio and zoom dance classes for pre-school through high school students are available, as well as Disney-themed camps for preschool and kindergarten students. Click here for details.
FREE Consultation from Laura George Consulting
Receive a FREE 20-minute consultation from college admissions expert Laura George Consulting. Services include: customized, one-on-one ACT/SAT Tutoring, college admissions consulting, essay/application coaching, and high school entrance exam tutoring. Call (847) 363-6780 or click here for details.
Antimicrobial Pens from Corporate Identity
Corporate Identity, Inc. is now offering pens made with antimicrobial additives on all external grip components to keep hands and your company logo protected. The pens are designed to help reduce the growth of bacteria, algae, mold and mildew and promote a safer user experience. Available in a range of colors. For details click here to email Tina Tanking.
Shop Norton's U.S.A. Online Store
Browse Norton's U.S.A. online store for quality productcs made in the U.S.A. Shipping or pick up available at 400 Lageschulte St. in Barrington. Choose from a variety of products including glassware, blankets, china, food, toys, clothing, garden supplies, cards, wrapping paper and more. To shop and order visit:
D220 Searches to Fill Director of Equity, Race and Cultural Diversity Initiatives Position
The Barrington 220 School District has created a position to lead the district’s equity, race and cultural diversity initiatives. The Director of Equity, Race and Cultural Diversity will serve as a member of the district’s leadership team and provide leadership regarding the development, coordination, facilitation and delivery of diversity-related programs, services, and support for students, staff, and faculty across the district. Click here for more information.
Two Job Openings at Advanced Design Studio
Advanced Design Studio, 30 Railroad St. in Gilberts, is now hiring for two positions: a Kitchen & Bath Designer Residential Remodeling Specialist responsible for sales, design, and specifying home renovation projects of various sizes; and a Lead Carpenter Residential Remodeling Specialist , responsible for leading residential renovation projects of various sizes. Click the links above for details or call (847) 836-2600.
Centers for Behavior Intervention Now Hiring
The Centers for Behavior Intervention, 325 N. Hough St. in Barrington , currently has openings for Behavior Technicians. Under the direction of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst, the Behavioral Technician provides clinical skills instruction and behavior reduction protocols to children with Autism and related developmental disabilities in the home, community, and school settings. Click here for details or to apply.
Village of Barrington Appoints New Fire Chief
The Village of Barrington has hired John Christian as its new fire chief effective July 6. Chief Christian comes to Barrington with more than 30 years of fire service experience, which began in Grayslake, where he served as a firefighter/paramedic then later as fire chief in 2009. Christian also served as a past president of the IL Fire Chiefs Association and a veteran of the IL Army National Guard 1/131 st Infantry. Click here for details.
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