Dallas Police Chief David Brown is a special guest at the 22nd Annual Older Americans Information and Health Fair sponsored by DART. The event will be held May 5, at Centennial Hall in Fair Park, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A 30-year veteran, Chief Brown commands a department of more than 4,000 employees. At the May event, he will visit with and talk to senior citizens as they celebrate the theme “Blaze a Trail: May 2016.”
Seniors will have entertainment, health screenings, prizes, giveaways and information available to them thanks to event partners City of Dallas, Community Council of Greater Dallas, Dallas Police Department, Telemundo-39 (KXTX) and NBCDFW-5 (KXAS).
DART Senior Citizen Photo ID cards also will be available at the health fair. Just bring proof of age, such as a driver’s license, passport or other substantiating documentation. There is a $2 fee to cover the cost of the photo.
DART’s Green Line is the quickest way to Fair Park Station where it’s a short walk to Centennial Hall. Attendees are encouraged to park for free at any DART bus or train facility and ride transit to the health fair. Passengers who show their valid pass at the event will receive a special prize and the center or organization that brings the most seniors on DART will receive special recognition.
For more information, visit DART.org/seniors.