Park district adds Bensenville Family Day in spring 2023
Bensenville, Ill.— The Bensenville Park District has joined forces with the Chicago Wolves to offer a ticket package for the 7 p.m. game Saturday, November 19, between the Chicago Wolves and Rockford Ice Hogs that includes a game ticket, hot dog, soft drink and winter cap and provides at least $4.50 per ticket to benefit the Bensenville Youth Coalition. Those purchasing tickets for the through BvilleParks.org/Wolves will receive the special pricing and benefits. The event is open to all, and ticket packages start at just $27.
“We are excited to join with the defending Calder Cup champions for this special that offers a great value to our residents and gives back to the community,” says Bensenville Park District Executive Director Joe Vallez. “Because of the popularity of these events, we are pleased to announce a Bensenville family day with the Wolves at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 19, when they face the Manitoba Moose at Allstate Arena.”
Tickets for the March 19 game will go on sale at the start of winter-spring registration on Tuesday, November 29, at BvilleParks.org/Wolves. Purchases made through the site include a game ticket, hot dog, soft drink and winter cap and also include a donation to the Bensenville Youth Coalition. More information is available in the park district’s Winter-Spring Program Guide.
The Chicago Wolves are the AHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes. All Wolves home games are played at Allstate Arena, 6920 N. Mannheim Road in Rosemont, located near I-90 and I-294 and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Parking is available on-site.
The Bensenville Youth Services Coalition is a non-profit organization made up of diverse partners. The Coalition’s mission is to recognize, promote and develop youth by strengthening their connections with the community. Since the 1970s, the coalition has been committed to helping youth reach their full potential. More information about the Bensenville Youth Coalition may be found online at Bensenville.il.us/686/Bensenville-Youth-Services-Coalition.
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, 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 BvilleParks.org.