Hansen Nature Center 

1525 Calkins Road
PO BOX 999
Henrietta, NY 14467
585-359-7044
e-mail: naturecenter@henrietta.org

Nature Center History

In 1994, Henry Hansen made possible the purchase of a log cabin building which became the Hansen Nature Center. In 1998, he provided funds for an addition which more than doubled the Nature Center’s size.  The nature center features displays on the natural history of New York and offers classes year round.   The Hansen Nature Center is open Tues.-Sat.,9AM to 4:00PM.  Admission is free. Dogs are not permitted in the park.

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Saturday Morning Garden Seminars: 
Programs begin at 10am.

All programs are free and open to the public.

May 7th: Rain Gardens: A How to for Homeowners
Presented by Caroline Kilmer. Rain gardens are a type of green infrastructure practice that helps to reduce storm water run-off  from rooftops. Come and learn how to design and install a rain garden in your yard; including where to locate it, properly size it and what types of plants to use. 
Registration is required - maximum participants is 20.
Please call 359-7044 to register.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE:

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office asks that we remind everyone about safety when visiting local parks. 

Deputies are aware of recent thefts from cars in parks throughout Monroe County, including Tinker Nature Park.

Visitors are reminded not to leave valuable items unattended in their vehicles.

If anyone notices suspicious activity they are encouraged to call 911 to report it.

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Reservations for the Rebecca Tyler Pavilion (by the playground) can be made by calling the Henrietta Recreation Department at 359-2540.

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In Memory of Henry M. Hansen

Beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, passed peacefully October 25, 2014 at the age of 94 at his home in Henrietta. He was loved by all who had the pleasure of knowing him for his big heart, kind nature and contagious smile. He was an outdoorsman, philanthropist and family man.

The Hansen Nature Center was the result of a generous donation to      Tinker Nature Park by Henry Hansen.

http://tinkernaturepark.blogspot.com/
 e-mail: naturecenter@henrietta.org   
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