Looking Forward to

Spring on the Farm!


Happy National Embroidery Month!

Saturday, February 17, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join the Sound Avenue Stitchers in celebrating National Embroidery Month. (FREE)

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

February is National Embroidery Month, and Feb 3 was Stitch in Public Day, which we will celebrate February 17 at our monthly Get Together.

To celebrate the month we also created an embroidery exhibit in the classroom.

Location: Hudson-Sydlowski House Classroom

To Register

Snowy Cottage in the Woods Wool Applique Workshop

Saturday, February 24, 10 am – 1 pm

Make this 14 X 14 Snowy Cabin in the Woods wool and embroidery project with Connie.

Class fee includes materials necessary to start your cottage project. Bring a variety of scissors, embroidery needles (if you have them), your hand-sewing kit, pins, and embroidery thread in green, brown, white, and red.

$35 for members/ $45 non-members

 Location: Hudson-Sydlowski House Classroom



Hallockville Rug Hooking Group

Get Together with us to help preserve the art of rug hooking and meet with like-minded folks on:

Saturday, February 24, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Thursday, February 29, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Meet us in the Hudson-Sydlowski House Classroom.

Bring your rug hooking along to work on!


Get Inspired

Bargain Book Sale

Friday, March 8, 10 AM – 3 PM

Saturday, March 9, 10 AM – 3 PM

Location: Hudson-Sydlowski House

Get out of the house and stop by our Spring bargain book sale. Crafting, sewing and cooking books, patterns, fabric, yarn and more!

All proceeds go to the museum. 



Our Gift Shop is getting a Spring cleaning! Re-opening March 1.

There are many Spring items perfect for Easter, Mother’s Day or Spring gifts. Handmade items from our local teachers, yarn, fabric, candles, wool and more!

Hours (starting March 1):

Monday – Friday, 10 am – 3 pm

Most Saturdays from 10 am – 3 pm (call ahead to verify until May 1, 631-298-5292)


Check out our 2024 Calendar!


Time to register for our Summer Camp!


Camp Registration

Become a Beekeeper!

Hallockville Museum Farm is a leader on the East End in educating new and seasoned beekeepers, as well as raising awareness of the critical issue of colony collapse. Hallockville’s beekeeping program supports and reinforces the museum farm’s mission of exploring the history and relevance of different agricultural practices on Long Island. Join our beekeeping program today.

Beekeeping Info


hallockville.org | (631) 298-5292


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