Bensenville Park District, Chicago Wolves partner for April 23 charity night

Bensenville Night to benefit the Bensenville Community Foundation

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Now hockey fans of all ages and those seeking affordable family entertainment can do something fun while doing some good for the community. The Bensenville Park District has joined forces with the Chicago Wolves to offer a $26 ticket package that includes a green-level ticket, hot dog, soft drink and knit cap and provides $4.50 per ticket to benefit the Bensenville Community Foundation.

Tickets purchased for the 7 p.m. game Saturday, April 23, between the Wolves and Milwaukee Admirals through a special website will receive the special pricing and benefits, valued at $45. The event is open to all. To receive the special offer, purchase tickets at

“We are excited to join with Chicago’s hottest sports team for a special offer that not only provides a great value to our residents but gives back to the community,” says Bensenville Park District Executive Director Joe Vallez. “We thank the Chicago Wolves and Bensenville Community Foundation for partnering with us, and we hope to be able to offer more of these types of events in the future.”

All Chicago Wolves home games are played at Allstate Arena, 6920 N. Mannheim Road, Rosemont, conveniently located near the intersection of Interstates 90 and 294 and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Parking is available on-site. Visit for more information.

Since 1993, the Bensenville Community Foundation has supported positive initiatives and innovative approaches to addressing the changing needs of Bensenville, strengthening the community through engaged grant making and strategic partnerships with other organizations. More information can be found online at

Since 1960, the Bensenville Park District has grown to include 22 parks and recreational facilities, including the White Pines Golf Club, a water park and splash pad, the Deer Grove Leisure Center, Wood Street Fitness Center, the Bensenville Railroad Museum, and Fischer Farm. The district’s mission is to promote community participation in leisure activities, learning experiences and social integrations by providing excellence in service, facilities and programs throughout the district. For more information about Bensenville Night and other activities, visit

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