Be sure to check our website
for all the happenings on the Farm this Fall!

Food Trucks at the Farm!

Kids are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes to
*Truck-or-Treat* during the Derby!
Click link below for Truck line up & to purchase tickets!


Sunday, October 27
1 to 3pm

Maritime Traditions:

Boat Building

Join Hallockville and Long Island Traditions in welcoming three native Long Island boat builders: Chris Hale, Kevin Weeks, and Steve Lubitz. Come spend the afternoon enjoying, viewing, and learning about one of our island’s maritime traditions, boat building and their boat yards.
*partial support provided by
New York State Council on the Arts*

Guided Exploration of Hallockville and Beyond

Saturday, November 2
10AM to 12PM
Please join us for a guided walk around this historic farm and up to the trails of Hallock State Park, led by local historian Richard Wines and local birder Nancy Gilbert. We’ll explore the geology, flora and fauna of the site and look for birds of prey and late migrants along the way.
Bring your birding scope
or binoculars, and wear
sturdy shoes.
Program is co-sponsored by
Peconic Land Trust &
Hallockville Museum Farm.
Rain cancels
To register please contact the Peconic Land Trust at:
631-283-3195 or

Quilled Paper Snowflake

Tree Ornament

Thursday, November 7 10AM to 12PM
& Saturday, November 9 10AM to 12PM
Join Connie Klos for a new workshop featuring this easy paper curling technique. Make snowflake tree ornaments for the holidays.
All supplies included for class.
Members: $25
Non-Members: $30
Saturday, November 16
9am to 12pm

Fall Bird Walk

Mary Laura Lamont, local naturalist and birding expert, will lead the search for through the woods and fields of Hallockville and Hallock State Park Preserve. Bring binoculars, appropriate apparel, and sturdy footwear.
•$5 Members or $7 Non-members
•All ages welcome
•Advanced registration requested
Please Call 631.298.5292 to register


Sunday, November 17
1 to 3pm

Long Island and the Sea:

A Maritime History

Historian and former Newsday staff writer Bill Bleyer will discuss his latest book, “Long Island and the Sea: A Maritime History.” He will discuss development of submarines and torpedoes, the landing of Pan Am Clippers in Port Washington, the world’s most innovative whaling captain, and more.
Save the date(s)!





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