Barrington Area Library
In 1915, the Barrington Village "library" was housed in the corner of a drugstore and was stocked with donated books and a volunteer staff. It grew to become a District Library and a taxing body in 1926 and now encompasses a 72-square mile area and serves portions of four counties including 14 townships.
To read more about Barrington Area Library and its activities, go to the Barrington Area Library website at www.barringtonarealibrary.org.
Board of Trustees
Direct contact information for the trustees is not available.
- Donald Miner, President
- Carolyn Welch Clifford, Vice-President
- Henry Wisniewski, Treasurer
- Kathleen A. Peterson, Secretary
- Richard Ryan, Member
- Barbara A. Pintozzi, Member
- William Pizzi, Member
Open business meetings are held at 7:00 pm on the second Monday of each month in the library's conference room. Meeting minutes for past meetings can be found at the bottom the Barrington Library's Board of Trustees page.
BETA Needs Your help
BETA is looking for a volunteer to monitor the activities of the Barrington Library. Please contact us about the responsibilities associated with this position by sending an email to BETA.