Coming Up at


Museum Farm


Historic North Fork Tales:

Coffee & A Good Book

with Josephine Smith


April 1 | 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. After this discussion, Ms. Smith will prepare a Three Sisters Soup of corn, beans, and squash.

Register Here

Register Here

Walking History Tour:

War of 1812 with Richard Wines


April 15 | 1:00 – 3:00 pm

$0 for Hallockville Members

$10 for non-Hallockville Members

Hallockville historian Richard Wines, author of “Defense of the Eagle” about the War of 1812 battle that took place in the northwest corner of Hallock State Park, will lead a Walk and Talk about the engagement. The program will start in the park’s visitor center with an illustrated talk about the engagement in which local militia held off three British warships for three days. Weather permitting, we will drive to the upper parking lot and walk about a quarter mile to a clifftop location overlooking the battle site.


Sound Avenue Stitchers

Monthly Meeting

April 15 | 10:00 am – 3:00 pm


Following a time‐honored tradition, join the Sound Avenue Stitchers for a little time to recharge, meet like-minded needleworkers, have some tea, share your work, and get inspired in a relaxed country setting!

No registration necessary


Historic North Fork Tales:

Coffee & A Good Book with Mary Korpi

April 29 | 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

$20.00 for Hallockville Members

$30.00 for non-Hallockville Members

This book is an intimate and relatable look at family life in the late 1800s against the backdrop of the rigors required to maintain a lighthouse. A fictionalized account based on the life of Stella Prince, who lived at Horton’s Point from 1871 (age 3) until she married at age 37. Through Stella, we experience the joys and hardships of lighthouse living on Long Island Sound outside of the small community of Southold. Reading to culminate with hands-on cooking of seafood chowder and book discussion with Ms. Korpi.

Register Here

And Just a Few More Things…

Farm Summer Camp

Early Bird Registration ends March 31

Connect your child to the land, the community, and their creative spirits at Hallockville Farm Summer Camp!

Programs run from July 3 – August 11 with subjects centered on farmstead living, history, nature, and more. Daily activities include circle time interactions with farm animals including cows, sheep, and chickens, farm chores, feeding animals, and themed projects and activities.

Register Here

Tickets Now Available!

2023 Fleece & Fiber Festival advance tickets are now available! Experience artisans sharing handmade and authentic works for sale, shearing demonstrations, exceptional four-legged guests, special fiber-focused tours of the Hallock Homestead, and more!

May 20 (rain date May 21)

10 am – 4 pm

  • $10 for ages 13 and over
  • $0 for ages 12 and under
Buy Tickets Here
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ | (631) 298-5292

Facebook  Instagram

Donate Today



AAQ / Resource: space(s) Landscape Architecture