Welcome to Funoutside.org
The initiative envisions a future in which the families and communities of the greater
Barrington and Lake Zurich areas support healthy child development through
nature-based activities and play.
The initiative aims to get children outside in nature-based activities and play,
by fostering family and community awareness and support.
On behalf of the members of the Leave No Child Inside Initiative and the
participants of KidFest, a special thank you to Barrington High
School(BHS) and BHS students Peter Chung, Chris Tessarolo, and Daniel
Roth for their generous volunteer efforts to make the following
KidFest - LNCI Video
Music Credit: Whistle if You Need Me by Kelsey James.
Healthier Barrington (of which LNCI is a member) helped develop 211, an information service provided by PATH, funded by United Way, and partnered with Good Shepherd Hospital. It will serve the 60010 zip code and the Barrington 220 School District and is geared to alleviate the saturation of 911 calls that are non-emergency related. 211, a 24/7 service, will receive the call, PATH will screen the call for the correct entity to service. For additional information visit: http://www.barrington211.com/AboutTheProject.aspx.
SAVE THE DATE: May 2nd
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Citizens Park, Barrington
Barrington Breakfast Rotary ~ Barrington Park District ~ Leave No Child Inside
Free kites to the first 750 children
Barrington Area Park District, Barrington Area Library, Barrington Breakfast Rotary, Barrington High School Interact Club, Boy Scouts Signal Hill District Council/Pathway to Adventure, CFC/Youth ED, Cosley Zoo, DaVinci Waldorf School, Fox Valley Wildlife Center, Fred Fest, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois, Glowby the Bubbler, Home Depot, LLBean, Lake County Forest Preserve, Lakeside Moms &Tots, Language Stars, Messiah Lutheran Preschool and Kindergarten, Noah's Ark Christian Preschool, Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association, Safari Childcare, Sean Doran – BSA Troop 927, Smart Farm, South Barrington Conservancy, The Care of Trees, and the Illinois Department of Nature Resources with Friends of Volo Bog and Friends of Moraine Hills State Park.