Annual Spring Tree Planting
Saturday June 17 — 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
We’re bringing the community together to celebrate Canada’s 150 and will mark the occasion by planting 150 trees and shrubs throughout Henteleff Park,1964 St. Mary’s Road.
Bring your shovels, gloves, smiles, friends and family for a morning of fun and community fellowship.
Thanks to our generous friends at Gunn’s Bakery, refreshments and snacks will be served and in support of the Henteleff Park Foundation, umbrellas and t-shirts will be for sale. (Perfect Father’s Day gift!)
We hope you can join us for this remarkable public initiative and contribution.
International Trails Day
Saturday June 10
The Winnipeg Trails Association Celebrates 150 Years and will make a stop at Henteleff Park as part of their day-long event.
The day begins at Crampton’s Market and will make its way along the trail and arrive at Henteleff Park at around noon where there will be information sessions, guest speakers, a kid-friendly bike obstacle course and a BBQ.
For more information, visit the Winnipeg Trails Association website.
Interested in being a part of the Foundation?
Henteleff Park Foundation is looking for new board members!
If you would like to help out, or you would like more information, please contact Saul Henteleff at Saul Henteleff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gift Giving Made Easy!
Henteleff Park Foundation have t-shirts and umbrellas for sale for just $20 each. Contact email@example.com to order yours today!
Hey Bus Riders!
Thanks to the Winnipeg Transit Authority, we now have a bus stop located at the entrance to our park at 1964 St. Mary’s Road as well as across the street for the return ride. Marked “Henteleff Park”, transit riders can easily make Henteleff Park part of their travels. See you soon!
If any group wishes to book a guided tour of the Interpretive Centre and Park, please emai Yude Henteleff at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a convenient time.
No Animal Snacks
Please don’t leave food for the animals in the park. It’s really NOT in their best interest and can cause them great harm. Thanks!
Through an initiative of Nature Manitoba with the assistance of the City of Winnipeg Parks and HPF, nest boxes have been erected at the Park to hopefully attract bluebirds. Please keep your distance.