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Museum Farm


Winter on the Farm

February 21-24 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

$75.00 for day drop-in

Kids ages 5+​ will learn farm animal care, museum history, and winter farm activities like cooking, crafts, and games!

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Historic North Fork Tales:

Coffee & A Good Book with Amy Folk

February 25 | 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

$20.00 for Hallockville Members

$30.00 for non-Hallockville Members

Join Amy Folk as she discusses her book Rumrunners in Suffolk County: Tales from Liquor Island. Nicknamed Liquor Island, Long Island was a rumrunners paradise during Prohibition. With its proximity to major markets and coastal communities, Suffolk County was full of illegal liquor. Smugglers would bring cases from offshore and would secretly hide the liquor in local sheds and garages. Quiet towns experienced violence as locals became entangled in dangerous liaisons with bootleggers. This session will conclude with a rum tasting!


Historic North Fork Tales: Coffee & A Good Book with Josephine Smith

March 4 | 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

$20.00 for Hallockville Members

$30.00 for non-Hallockville Members

Josephine Smith, noted educator from the Shinnecock Nation, will join us to speak on the topics of Food Sovereignty, Food Sustainability, and Cultural Sustainability.

For over 25 years, Josephine has developed recipes and sold her foods as a vendor, Taste of Tradition, at powwows. She has given presentations on traditional foods, served on a panel for the Food Lab Conference at Stony Brook Southampton, and has catered special event receptions for museums and cultural organizations. Josephine serves as the Director of Cultural Resources Department for the Shinnecock Nation, and developed her business, Hands of Tradition, as a jewelry, craft, and regalia designer and cultural education presenter. After this discussion, Ms. Smith will prepare a three sisters soup of corn, beans, and squash.

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National Quilting Day with the Sound Avenue Stitchers

March 18 | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm


Join Hallockville Museum Farm’s Sound Avenue Stitchers for National Quilting Day!

Bring along your current needlework, learn to make a hand-foundation pieced log cabin block, or browse our new quilting/crafting library. We will also be exploring one of the collection quilts for a Spring/Summer re-creation project. Bring your lunch, tea and sweets provided.

No registration necessary


And Just a Few More Things…

Vendor Application is now available!

Interested in becoming a vendor at this year’s Fleece & Fiber Festival? Reach the 2,000+ visitors of the festival and sign up today! Application and Information are included in the link/button below.

Sign up before March 1st to take advantage of our Early Bird Vendor Rate!

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Community Garden


Just a few plots remain for 2023 Hallockville Community Garden! If you want to plant your roots at Hallockville and have your own garden, email to apply.

$100 per plot for the entire season.

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