Dan Hampton Visits Senior Center September 15

Dan Hampton at Senior Center Open House, September 15
Posted on 09/04/2019
Dan Hampton

Meet Chicago Bears legendary Dan “Danimal” Hampton at the Arlington Heights Senior Center as they kick-off the season with an “Open House for Rookies & Huddle with Hampton.”

The free event will be held Sunday, September 15, from noon – 3 p.m. at the Arlington Heights Senior Center, 1801 W. Central Road. Enjoy complimentary tailgate-style food and learn about the Senior Center’s programs, classes and services available to those 50 years and older by touring the facility.

The Open House, sponsored by Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc., is intended for rookies (newcomers) age 50+ and those who have not visited the Senior Center - as a way to learn about the innovative programs and services available for those reaching midlife…and beyond. All are welcome and no tickets or reservations are required!

Beginning at 12:30 p.m., Danimal will spend time talking about his exciting football career and what he does now to stay fulfilled in his “second half” of life. During the “meet & greet” from 1-2:30 p.m., attendees can get an autograph or have their picture taken with Dan Hampton, retired Hall of Fame American football defensive tackle who played twelve seasons for the Chicago Bears from 1979 to 1990. 

In addition, there will be complimentary refreshments served throughout the event. Representatives from all eight Senior Center agencies will be on hand to provide in formation and answer questions. 

Enjoy a football-themed celebration and learn what the Senior Center has to offer those 50 years of age and above!

The Senior Center is offering new “Midlife Programs for 50 – 70-somethings” that includes unique seminars as well as a 6-week series aimed at helping people achieve personal and professional goals in the second half of their lives. Check out the new programming as well as other upcoming programs and events at the Senior Center during September and October.

For more information, call the Arlington Heights Senior Center at 847.253.5532. 

Photo Provided by Wayne Cable.