Fundraiser for Friends of Hendricks Park
Wednesday, April 15th
Come to Track Town Pizza on 1809 Franklin Boulevard for a day of Fundraising. Bring this flyer in and Friends of Hendricks Park willreceive 50% of the food purchased* towards in-house or pickup (to-go) orders (buffet and slices excluded).
Not interested in eating pizza that day? Come by and purchase a gift certificate for a friend or later time and our group will receive 25% of the value of the gift certificate purchased. Both ways Track Town makes it simple and a great time to get together for a day of fundraising.
Mission Statement: To provide stewardship for Hendricks Park through education, restoration and community support.
The Friends of Hendricks Parks help to protect and maintain Eugene’s oldest city park. Located on the ridgeline to the east of the University of Oregon, Hendricks Park was established in 1906. The 78-acre park, with its visible ridgeline, is part of Eugene’s identity.
Whether you are walking along a trail in the forest as yellow oak leaves fall in autumn, rambling in the Native Plant Garden when spring breaks through, strolling the paths in the Rhododendron Garden as it bursts with color when summer begins spilling into our lives, or pausing at the shelter to see the towering firs disappear into the mystical gray fog of winter, Hendricks Park is a wonderful place to be.
The 78 acres of Hendricks Park contains the Rhododendron Garden (15 acres), the Native Plant Garden (5 acres) and the 58-acre forest. The accessible location of the park provides a popular area for runners, walkers, and others who simply want to stroll through the gardens.
Friends of Hendricks Parks help to upgrade trails, pull invasive weeds in the forest and Rhododendron Garden, and provide educational tours throughout the park.