Coming Up at


Museum Farm


Historic North Fork Tales:

Coffee & A Good Book

with Brad Kolodny

January 29 | 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

$20.00 for Hallockville Members

$30.00 for non-Hallockville Members

The Jews of Long Island 1705-1918 by Brad Kolodny tells how Jewish communities were established and developed east of New York City. It includes stories of peddlers, farmers, and factory workers as well as successful merchants and wealthy industrialists like the Guggenheims. Archival material, including census records, newspaper accounts, never before published photos, and personal family histories illuminate Jewish life and experiences during these formative years. With over 4400 names of people who lived in Nassau and Suffolk counties prior to the end of World War 1, The Jews of Long Island is an exciting read on the foundation of what has become the fourth largest Jewish community in the United States.

Reading to culminate with a hands-on food preparation class as well as a book discussion with Mr. Kolodny.

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National Stitch in Public Day

with Sound Avenue Stitchers

February 4 | 10:00 am – 2:00 pm


Join Hallockville Museum Farm’s Sound Avenue Stitchers for National Stitch In Public Day! Bring along your current needlework or make a wool folk art heart pin or ornament with us. Tea and sweets will be provided.


Beekeeping 101

February 11 | 10:00 am – 11:00 am

March 11 | 10:00 am – 11:00 am

$275.00 for Hallockville Members

$325.00 for non-Hallockville Members

This is an introductory class designed to give the students a working knowledge of bee biology and equipment. The six-part series will prepare the student to start his/her own hive.

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Winter on the Farm Camp

February 21-24 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

$250.00 for 4 days

$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!


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

Rumrunners in Suffolk County: Tales from Liquor Island by noted Southold historian Amy Folk takes us on quite the journey. Nicknamed Liquor Island, Long Island was a rumrunners paradise during Prohibition. With its proximity to major markets and coastal communities, Suffolk County was full up on illegal liquor. Smugglers would bring cases from offshore and would secretly hide the liquor in local sheds and garages. Coded messages often arranged sales and logistics. Quiet towns experienced violence as locals became entangled in dangerous liaisons with bootleggers.

Reading to culminate with a book discussion

led by Ms. Folk.

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