Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

 
 
Posted6/11/2018 9:00 AM
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Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.

Prospect Heights resident Jonathan Bordner walks in the floodwaters on Hillside Avenue near Willow Road in Prospect Heights on Sunday. Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend have caused some area flooding.
  Prospect Heights resident Jonathan Bordner walks in the floodwaters on Hillside Avenue near Willow Road in Prospect Heights on Sunday. Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend have caused some area flooding.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Ducks enjoy Hillside Avenue all to themselves after it is flooded near Willow Road in Prospect Heights on Sunday. Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend have caused some area flooding.
  Ducks enjoy Hillside Avenue all to themselves after it is flooded near Willow Road in Prospect Heights on Sunday. Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend have caused some area flooding.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Hillside Avenue is flooded near Willow Road in Prospect Heights on Sunday. Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend have caused some area flooding.
  Hillside Avenue is flooded near Willow Road in Prospect Heights on Sunday. Heavy thunderstorms over the weekend have caused some area flooding.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Runners take off from the starting line during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
  Runners take off from the starting line during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Walkers and runners braved rainy weather to participate in the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
  Walkers and runners braved rainy weather to participate in the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Runners warm up in front of the Grotto during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
  Runners warm up in front of the Grotto during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
15-year-old Jack Gilboy of Lake Zurich was the winner of the 5K race during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
  15-year-old Jack Gilboy of Lake Zurich was the winner of the 5K race during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
15-year-old Jack Gilboy of Lake Zurich wins the 5K race during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
  15-year-old Jack Gilboy of Lake Zurich wins the 5K race during the 4th annual Dash Around the Lake at University of St. Mary of the Lake Saturday morning in Mundelein.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Eleven-year-old Toby Jones of Poplar Grove empties rain water from his canopy into a bowl Sunday during the Elgin Civil War Experience. Bad weather caused many of the participants to pack up early.
  Eleven-year-old Toby Jones of Poplar Grove empties rain water from his canopy into a bowl Sunday during the Elgin Civil War Experience. Bad weather caused many of the participants to pack up early.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Ron Reid of Musgatine Iowa who portrays A.T. Watson packs up his camp Sunday during a stop in the rain at the Elgin Civil War Experience.
  Ron Reid of Musgatine Iowa who portrays A.T. Watson packs up his camp Sunday during a stop in the rain at the Elgin Civil War Experience.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Special Olympian Vinny Roberts, 17, from Vernon Hills takes the torch from Mundelein Police Sgt. Brian Kisselburg as police officers along with Special Olympians participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Vernon Hills during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
  Special Olympian Vinny Roberts, 17, from Vernon Hills takes the torch from Mundelein Police Sgt. Brian Kisselburg as police officers along with Special Olympians participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Vernon Hills during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Libertyville Community Service Officer Nick Korhumel carries the torch as he runs with Libertyville police officers and with other runners as they participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Libertyville during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
  Libertyville Community Service Officer Nick Korhumel carries the torch as he runs with Libertyville police officers and with other runners as they participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Libertyville during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Libertyville Police Officer Scott Peeler takes the torch from Gurnee Commander Jesse Gonzalez as Gurnee police officers finish their part of the run at Casey Road in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Libertyville during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
  Libertyville Police Officer Scott Peeler takes the torch from Gurnee Commander Jesse Gonzalez as Gurnee police officers finish their part of the run at Casey Road in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Libertyville during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Libertyville Community Service Officer Nick Korhumel, left, carries the torch as he runs with Stuart Mendelsohn and Libertyville police officers Scott Peeler, Water Rodriguez and his daughter Mila, 6, as they participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Libertyville during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
  Libertyville Community Service Officer Nick Korhumel, left, carries the torch as he runs with Stuart Mendelsohn and Libertyville police officers Scott Peeler, Water Rodriguez and his daughter Mila, 6, as they participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run along Milwaukee Avenue through Libertyville during the Special Olympics Illinois on Sunday. The torch -- called the Flame of Hope -- was carried 36 miles from Gurnee to Lincolnwood.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Jerry Hendricks of Chicago enjoys a birthday beer during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
  Jerry Hendricks of Chicago enjoys a birthday beer during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Billy Nixon rocks out with the band Bellwether Blues during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
  Billy Nixon rocks out with the band Bellwether Blues during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Harmony Groth, left, and Rodrigo Martinez cheers during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
  Harmony Groth, left, and Rodrigo Martinez cheers during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Andrew McCue of Mundelein munches on his pretzel necklace during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
  Andrew McCue of Mundelein munches on his pretzel necklace during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
  during the 7th Annual Mundelein's Craft Beer Festival Saturday at Village Hall plaza. The event was sponsored by Tighthead Brewing Company and Mundelein Community Connections.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
More than 80 beers and ciders to were available to sample, as well as wine and sangria, live music, food trucks, food samples Saturday during the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival at Lincoln Park in St. Charles.
  More than 80 beers and ciders to were available to sample, as well as wine and sangria, live music, food trucks, food samples Saturday during the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival at Lincoln Park in St. Charles.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Lincoln Park in St. Charles filled up quickly with long lines to get in Saturday during the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival. The event featured 80+ beer and ciders to sample, wine and sangria, live music, food trucks, food samples. It was a fundraiser for St. Charles Breakfast Rotary Club.
  Lincoln Park in St. Charles filled up quickly with long lines to get in Saturday during the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival. The event featured 80+ beer and ciders to sample, wine and sangria, live music, food trucks, food samples. It was a fundraiser for St. Charles Breakfast Rotary Club.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Chris Clark, left, and Justin Thomas, both of St. Charles try out a couple of the offerings Saturday during the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival at Lincoln Park in St. Charles. The event featured 80+ beer and ciders to sample, wine and sangria, live music, food trucks, food samples. It was a fundraiser for St. Charles Breakfast Rotary Club.
  Chris Clark, left, and Justin Thomas, both of St. Charles try out a couple of the offerings Saturday during the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival at Lincoln Park in St. Charles. The event featured 80+ beer and ciders to sample, wine and sangria, live music, food trucks, food samples. It was a fundraiser for St. Charles Breakfast Rotary Club.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Brad Bilotta of Buffalo Grove, his son, Braden, 10, and daughter, Caelen, 7, release a painted lady butterfly at Northwest Community Hospital during a gathering Saturday for families who have lost babies.
  Brad Bilotta of Buffalo Grove, his son, Braden, 10, and daughter, Caelen, 7, release a painted lady butterfly at Northwest Community Hospital during a gathering Saturday for families who have lost babies.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Because of rainy weather, painted lady butterflies are temporarily held in netting prior to their release in the Renew Through Sharing Memorial Garden at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, during a gathering for parents who have lost babies.
  Because of rainy weather, painted lady butterflies are temporarily held in netting prior to their release in the Renew Through Sharing Memorial Garden at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, during a gathering for parents who have lost babies.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Families who have lost babies attend a gathering in the Jazzman Cafe at Northwest Community Hospital Saturday.
  Families who have lost babies attend a gathering in the Jazzman Cafe at Northwest Community Hospital Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
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