June 2: Hamburg Open House

Saturday June 2, 10 am to 4 pm

We celebrate Hamburg with an open house for all Hamburg residents on June 2. Join us for a complimentary day of fossil collecting and nature walks at our 54-acre park that was made possible by the town that friendship built — Hamburg, NY.

Hamburg Natural History Society/Penn Dixie thanks our neighbors in Hamburg and Blasdell, The Hamburg Town Board — current and previous editions — and The Hamburg Town Supervisor’s office for 25 years of support. We also acknowledge The Hamburg Chamber of CommerceHighway Department, and The Town of Hamburg Department of Youth, Recreation, and Senior Services for their longstanding support.

What to Bring to Show Proof of Residency

Guests may receive free admission by showing proof of residency in the form of:

  • Valid New York driver’s license (must have a Hamburg address)
  • Valid New York state-issued ID card (must have a Hamburg address)
  • Valid New York-based military ID

Household children of Hamburg residents are included. Non-Hamburg residents are welcome at our usual admission rates. If you do not have one of the IDs indicated above, then you must provide one of the following—dated from 2018—evidencing a Hamburg residential address, along with a corresponding picture ID (passport, driver’s license, state identification card):

Proof of Current Mortgage 
You may use a monthly mortgage statement from within the past 2 months; it may not be more than 2 months old. Deeds, mortgage contracts, mortgage payment booklets and leases are not accepted.

Bills, Policies or Registration
Current homeowner’s insurance policy or bill
Current automobile registration, insurance policy or bill
Current Utility bill (power / phone / cable / water)

Mail from financial institutions, including checking, savings or investment account statements
Mail from federal, state, county or city government agencies
P.O. Boxes are not accepted as proof of residency

Current statements and bills printed from electronic versions are accepted, along with electronic bills provided via smart phones and tablet devices.

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