*photo courtesy of Hallockville Gardener, Lois L.*

Summer is right around the corner, so why not come visit us on the North Fork

and enjoy the natural beauty Long Island has to offer?

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We have plenty of workshops planned for June, welcoming
all crafters, beginners to experienced!
Check them out below!

Spring/Early Summer Programs and Workshops

Yarn by YOU!

June 8th, 10AM-2PM
in the Hudson House
Create your own custom-colored skein of yarn, the rainbow is your limit! Fiber artist and expert dyer, Adele from Looliemom Fiber Arts, will guide you through multiple dying techniques including speckles and stripes. Your finished yarn will be uniquely YOU!
$75 Members | $85 Non-Members
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Learn to Spin

June 9th, 12-4PM
in the Hudson House
Knitters, crocheters, weavers…we all use and love yarn! This is your chance to learn about the world of spinning raw fibers into usable yarn.
Adele from Looliemom Fiber Arts will demonstrate different spinning techniques as well as guide you in using a simple drop spindle and niddy noddy to create your own hand-spun skein of yarn.
$75 Members | $85 Non-Members
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Wool Drying Basket

June 15th, 10AM-3PM
Join instructor, Barbara Chuvalas, in making this beautiful Wool Drying Basket! This basket was used historically for just that, drying fleece! The basket has legs so that air could circulate through the wool. Side handles help carry the basket & wool. This is an all-over twill pattern.
All basket making materials
included in class fee:
$100 Members | $110 Non-Members
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Painting on a Silk Scarf

June 22nd, 10AM-12PM
in Naugles Barn
Join instructor, Vivien Pollack, to learn how to change fabric into a beautiful piece of art! This class will include two different methods of silk painting! Silk painting produces beautiful results; no previous art background necessary! For experienced artists, this is an exciting new medium to explore which allows creative freedom.
$75 Members | $85 Non-Members
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Bead Weaving on a Loom Intensive

June 22nd, 10AM – 4PM
in the Hudson House
Learn to make exquisite designs using the most delicate of beads. The possibilities for creativity are endless. You will learn to set up and warp your very own bead loom as well as learn the basics of loom weaving and will produce a weaving that can then be made into a piece of jewelry or used as a decorative element in another application.
Member: $90  |  Non-Member: $110
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Beaded Bezel Shell

June 23rd, 10AM – 4PM
in the Hudson House
Join instructor, Janice Gryzb, for a new workshop! In this class, students will learn to bead a bezel to surround a shell and will create a beautiful pendant. Beading techniques explored include the brick stitch and peyote stitch, as well as, decorative finishing stitches
Member: $90  |  Non-Member: $105
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Rigid Heddle Loom Part I & II

June 29th, 10AM – 4PM
June 13th, 10AM – 4PM
Back by popular demand, join instructor
Judy Barth, for a single class or both!
Part I: Getting to know your Rigid Heddle Loom
and Part II: Weaving on your Rigid Heddle Loom.
This class will sell out! To register, please call 631.298.5292 or email Megan!
Member: $90 or $140 for both
Non-Member: $100 or $160 for both

Monthly Happenings

Old Time Jam Band: Jam Sessions

June 13 & 27, July 11 & 25
6:30PM – 9:30PM in the Naugles Barn
Join this unique group of talented musicians for some jam sessions in the barn! If you’d like to join in, bring your instrument. Just want to listen? Come on down!
Email us with questions or visit their Meetup Page!
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Quilt & Stitch Group Meeting

June 15th, 1-4PM in the Hudson House
Join this relaxed group, interested in preserving and sharing the hand folk arts of quilting and needlework in a historic setting.
To learn more about the Quilt and Stitch Group and their activities, visit their website!
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Wood Carving Club Meetings

June 30, July 28
12-4PM in the Hudson House
Join this group of carving enthusiasts! All skill levels are welcome, just bring a carving knife (or we’ll lend you one!) and some ideas for a project and we will help you on your way.
Any questions about skill level or project ideas, please contact the groups coordinator, Mark Vosburgh.
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Antiques & Collectibles Show

June 1st, 8AM-4PM
Rain Date: June 2nd
Hallockville is serving as the venue for an Antiques & Collectibles event! Come on down to the farm to peruse some items, find that long sought after treasure, or something you didn’t know you needed!

10th Annual Fleece & Fiber Fair

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AAQ Resource: Lear + Mahoney Landscape Architecture

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