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Nature Walk, July 7th

If you want to learn more about Henteleff Park, especially the plants growing there, please mark Tuesday, July 7th on your calendar as Marilyn Latta, of Nature Manitoba, will be leading an interpretive walk through the park. Although primarily a plant walk, Marilyn says that the group will look at birds, butterflies and anything else that runs, flies or crawls by! Meet at the parking lot at 7 pm.

Join Us For Our AGM, June 30, 2015

Hello to all the valued supporters of Henteleff Park!

The 2014-15 Henteleff Park Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 30th at 7:00 PM

in the open area at the Waterfront Condos 1960 St Mary’s Road. Please join us to celebrate a very exciting year at Henteleff Park and to hear about the terrific plans for the year to come. Beverages and light snacks will be provided.

For more information please contact Saul Henteleff at 204-770-2793

Yours Sincerely,
The Henteleff Park Board of Directors

Henteleff Park Newsletter, Winter 2015

Read the full newsletter – Winter 2015 (PDF) – Our top story …

GREAT NEWS! The Henteleff Park Interpretive Area is Becoming a Reality!

The Henteleff Park Interpretive Area to be constructed at Henteleff Park between the parking lot and St.Mary`s Rd. is becoming a reality.

A Request for a Project Proposal was made to Architectural and Design firms in Manitoba. After considering the many excellent proposals our Jury selected HTFC Planning and Design of Winnipeg as designers and managers of the Project, with Glen Manning as its partner in Charge.

The content area will, through a variety of means interpret and tell the stories of 4 themes:

• The park’s natural roots,
• Metis roots,
• Market garden roots,
• and Henteleff family roots as well as other Jewish farmers in Manitoba.

This wonderful project, which will provide to all a unique look at largely untold and important aspects of our history, is a work in progress. In addition to interpretive elements, the project will provide accessible site infrastructure as well as a visitor amenity such as a shelter.

Wendy Molnar of Cultural Visions Consulting is in charge of interpretive content development .
The draft site development plan has been submitted by HTFC to the City of Winnipeg for its consideration. We hope to commence construction beginning of April 2015 and to have a grand opening the beginning of August 2015. More updates will follow from time to time and posted on our website at Henteleffpark.org.

HPF Foundation is a registered charity and all donations to this project are most welcomed and will be recognized. Be part of this extraordinary project!

Continue reading the full newsletter – Winter 2015 (PDF)

Annual General Meeting – June 23 2014

The Henteleff Park Foundation board will hold their Annual General Meeting  on Monday, June 23, 2014. The general public is invited.

LOCATION: The Waterfront Condominium – 1960 St Mary’s Road

DATE: Monday, June 23, 2014

TIME: 7PM

To enter, please walk from the parking lot to a section between the two condo buildings. A board member will be waiting to let you in.  See image below for a visual of the location.

HPF would like to thank the board members of the Waterfront Condominium for the availability and use of the room.

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Guided Walk – Evening of July 8, 2014

HeliopsisOn this pleasant evening stroll, we will walk through the park along the developed trails, view the prairie restoration, flowers, trees, butterflies, insects and wildlife. Join us and bring your curiousity!

Naturalist Marilyn Latta, of Nature Manitoba, will be your guide at the park.

Meet at the parking lot at 7 PM

Bird Walk – May 31st, 2014

Bring your binoculars and join Gord and Jaye Grieef for an early morning walk around the park. These Nature Manitoba members have documented over 60 species of birds in the diverse habitats that the park has to offer.

Learn to identify bird species by both sight and sound with help from these expert birders. Come along and see how many different species you can spot!

Meet at the parking lot at 8 AM

2014 Tree Planting – May 31, 2014

tree-planting-2014-posterDetails:

  • Annual Spring Tree Planting
  • Saturday May 31st, 2014
  • Henteleff Park, 1964 St. Mary’s Rd
  • 10 AM to Noon

Come and join us to plant a few trees! Bring your friends, neighbours and family to our annual community event. Last year we had 75 people participating. We have lots of trees and shrubs ready, so we’ll see you there!

Refreshments and snacks served, courtesy of Gunn’s Bakery.

This planting was made possible through the generosity of the Manitoba Bluebird Fund.

From Persecution to Legacy of Tranquility – An Interview with Yude Henteleff

Reverencing the Earth Famland Legacies

By Donald Sutherland – Prairie Messenger, March 12, 2014

The centuries-old relentless persecution of Jews living in Russia and Europe reached a feverish pitch during the Kiev Pogrom in 1905. Facing certain death, the Henteleff family sought safety in Canada in 1907, eventually settling in 1924 on a 40-acre parcel of land in St. Vital, Man., situated along the Red River …

  • Continue Reading article (pdf)
  • Winnipeg Foundation Spotlight: Henteleff Park

    The Winnipeg Foundation has produced a pamphlet highlighting Henteleff Park. Please click below to download (PDF).

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    Planting In The Park

    Adrian Zoldy (left) removes a basswood tree from a pot under the direction of a park employee.

    Adrian Zoldy (left) removes a basswood tree from a pot under the direction of a park employee. (Photo by M. Zoldy)

    Around 75 individuals got down and dirty recently at Henteleff Park during an annual spring tree planting event. Key organizer and local resident Mark Zoldy said approximately 100 trees were planted at the park, located at 1964 St. Mary’s Rd., on June 15. Refreshments were served, courtesy of Gunn’s Bakery, and the project was supported by the Walmart-Evergreen Green Grant Program, Zoldy said.

    The event was sandwiched between an early morning birding hike, led by Nature Manitoba members Gord and Jaye Grieef, when 17 individuals identified 26 species of bird, and the Henteleff Park Foundation’s annual general meeting.

    Courtesy of The Lance