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FALL TEACHER PROGRAM

Join professional educators, historians, and local experts for a series of workshops devoted to sustainability, traditional crafts, food, and the immigrant experience. The workshops are open to teachers of K-12 and to those seeking personal enrichment. Depending on the requirements of individual school districts, teachers may have the opportunity to earn either professional development hours and/or a ½-credit toward salary increments.
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Saturday, October 16th, 9-12 am: Farm to Table
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Join local gardeners, cooks and educators Susan Babkes and Lois Leonard for an exploration of colonial cooking techniques, recipes, and folklore. Lois will lead a brief walk around the farm where participants will see gardens and farm animals much as they were in the 19th century. Following a brief demonstration in the kitchen of the Old Homestead, the workshop will end with a hands-on cooking class led by Susan Babkes, where participants will have a chance to make authentic Hallockville Johnny Cakes! 
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$50 per session/person
All participants will receive a copy of Receipts and Reminiscences of the Hallock Family and Friends, a delightful collection of family anecdotes, photos and recipes.
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To Register call 631.298.5292 or email info@hallockville.org
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Hallockville Museum Farm is a not-for-profit organization and the Country Fair is the largest fundraiser of the year. Your admission supports education programs, historic restoration, special exhibits, upkeep of 19 historic buildings on 28 acres of preserved land, friendly farm animals and so much more! Admission fees directly support the not-for-profit mission of the museum. Thank you for supporting the museum through your attendance!
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