Hallockville Museum Farm

Hallockville Museum Farm Hallockville Museum Farm is a non-profit organization whose mission is to take visitors back to their agriculture roots.Tours, summer camp, educational programs for children, barn and site rentals, weddings and parties, festivals craft fairs ...
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The 28-acre farm preserves 19 historic houses, barns and outbuildings ranging from the 1765 Hallock Homestead to the Depression-era Cichanowicz Farmhouse. Visitors can tour the museum's buildings, gardens and collections; experience real farming in the museum's fields; and meet Hallockville's friendly cows, sheep and chickens. Hallockville serves as an educational resource for all age groups to raise awareness of Eastern Long Island's agricultural heritage.

Mission: Hallockville Museum Farm is a non-profit organization with a mission of re-connecting the community to our shared agricultural heritage.

Operating as usual

Can't wait! Wear a mask, sanitize your hands (or wear gloves we provide) at the door and join us! Hand made items and gi...
11/19/2020

Can't wait! Wear a mask, sanitize your hands (or wear gloves we provide) at the door and join us! Hand made items and gifts...

Thank you Joe and Joe for all you do! Lot's of carpentry jobs to do around the farm and you wear it well!
11/16/2020

Thank you Joe and Joe for all you do! Lot's of carpentry jobs to do around the farm and you wear it well!

11/16/2020

Fun day Saturday at Fall cleanup at the farm! Join us November 21, 10 am, for more fun in the sun! Families welcome. Share the fresh air with us while the weather is still nice!

Thank you to the MIllars for donating their Farmall tractor to the farm! She has already had visitors and has helped us ...
11/16/2020

Thank you to the MIllars for donating their Farmall tractor to the farm! She has already had visitors and has helped us with Fall cleanup!

11/14/2020

Hallockville cleanup on a beautiful Fall morning!

Join us two very special weekends for a unique & one-of-a-kind event! See historic Naugles Barn transformed into a winte...
11/13/2020

Join us two very special weekends for a unique & one-of-a-kind event! See historic Naugles Barn transformed into a winter wonderland and holiday shopping experience like no other!
All items are handmade by local artisans and craftspeople – items you cannot find anywhere else! Santas, tree ornaments, holiday home décor, baskets and fine gifts including handmade pottery pieces, plus stocking stuffers for everyone on your list!

Name that bird! You never know what birds you will see on the farm!
11/01/2020

Name that bird! You never know what birds you will see on the farm!

CANCELED-Where Do Bees Spend Their Winter?November 14 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 amDiscussion on over-wintering your bee hives wi...
10/29/2020

CANCELED-Where Do Bees Spend Their Winter?
November 14 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am
Discussion on over-wintering your bee hives with Master beekeeper Chris Kelly.

This event is FREE but pre-registration required. email [email protected].

Zero Calorie Wool Gingerbread Heart Ornament: December 5, 10 AM - 12 PM - Make this simple wool ornament for Christmas! ...
10/29/2020

Zero Calorie Wool Gingerbread Heart Ornament: December 5, 10 AM - 12 PM - Make this simple wool ornament for Christmas! $25 kit includes: wool for the gingerbread heart, white bead roping, flower and trim for center heart, embroidery floss. Fee includes the virtual class. Learn to make this adorable little heart ornament and master the blanket stitch.

Register to receive your kit and ZOOM login details. [email protected]. Kits will be mailed out prior to class or may be picked up at the gift shop at Hallockville Museum (call ahead 631-298-5292).

Embroidered Holiday Hoop Ornament: November 14, 1 PM - 3 PM - Make this 3" embroidered hoop ornament just in time for th...
10/29/2020

Embroidered Holiday Hoop Ornament: November 14, 1 PM - 3 PM - Make this 3" embroidered hoop ornament just in time for the holidays! $25 kit includes: 3" hoop, embroidery floss, white fabric and backing. Fee includes the virtual class. Learn to make this cute little snow-covered pine tree and birch twig tree using simple embroidery techniques. Several types of trees and finishing techniques will be discussed and demonstrated. Have on hand-sewing kit, embroidery needles and scissors, glue, pencil, rick rack, trim, fun seasonal buttons, beads...

Register to receive your kit and ZOOM login details. [email protected]. Kits will be mailed out prior to class or may be picked up at the gift shop at Hallockville Museum (call ahead 631-298-5292).

Virtual Folk Art Farm House Follow-Up: November 7, 10 AM - 12 PM - If you previously took our Folk Art Farm House worksh...
10/29/2020

Virtual Folk Art Farm House Follow-Up: November 7, 10 AM - 12 PM - If you previously took our Folk Art Farm House workshop, or bought a Folk Art Farm House starter kit, meet up with us virtually to get ideas, see what steps are next, talk about decorating or embellishing your farm house and show and tell! Embroidery is a hand art that has many applications and is a relaxing activity. It's time to get sewing! The holidays are right around the corner! This class is FREE! Register to show your interest and receive the ZOOM login details: [email protected], 631.298.5292

How cute, a socially distanced baby shower in the barn this weekend!
10/26/2020

How cute, a socially distanced baby shower in the barn this weekend!

Basket class this weekend in the barn!
10/26/2020

Basket class this weekend in the barn!

There's always work to do on the farm! Building habitats, maintaining the grounds and gardens for the community, getting...
10/20/2020

There's always work to do on the farm! Building habitats, maintaining the grounds and gardens for the community, getting fresh air, sunshine and laughter are some of the great benefits of a visit to the farm. Meet us for a Fall cleanup on November 14 & 21 and see what we are all about! 10 am - 2 pm.

HALLOCKVILLE HELPERS!: Saturday November 14 & 21, Fall Clean up, rake leaves, mow, weed whack… 10 am – 2 pm groups. Brin...
10/19/2020

HALLOCKVILLE HELPERS!: Saturday November 14 & 21, Fall Clean up, rake leaves, mow, weed whack… 10 am – 2 pm groups. Bring your own tools, rakes, leaf blowers… dress appropriate for the weather, wear sturdy work shoes, hat, gloves, bring your own beverage! Families welcome!

Join us for our Columbus Day Weekend Drive-In Conerts, more info at Hallockville.com
10/05/2020

Join us for our Columbus Day Weekend Drive-In Conerts, more info at Hallockville.com

Join us for our Columbus Day weekend Drive-In Concerts, Gospel Road Ensemble Saturday, Grateful Bluegrass Jammers Sunday...
10/05/2020

Join us for our Columbus Day weekend Drive-In Concerts, Gospel Road Ensemble Saturday, Grateful Bluegrass Jammers Sunday, 3 pm, see Hallockville.com for more details!

Beginner Rug HookingSaturday, October 17, 10 AM - 2 PMJoin instructor, Sarah McNamara, for an introduction to rug hookin...
10/04/2020

Beginner Rug Hooking

Saturday, October 17, 10 AM - 2 PM

Join instructor, Sarah McNamara, for an introduction to rug hooking class. Using the traditional technique of pulling strips of woolen fabric through a backing with a simple hook, students will complete a 4 ½ inch square mug rug. Students should bring scissors to class.

$80 Member | $90 Non-Member

to Register call 631.298.5292 or email [email protected]

Come see us at HandCrafted@Hallockville this weekend! Free event. Fiber vendors and crafts people at work...
10/03/2020

Come see us at [email protected] this weekend! Free event. Fiber vendors and crafts people at work...

The Hallockville Carvers were in the barn today during our HandCrafted@Hallockivlle event! See them carving tomorrow als...
09/27/2020

The Hallockville Carvers were in the barn today during our [email protected] event! See them carving tomorrow also 10 am - 5 pm.

COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND DRIVE-IN LIVE CONCERTSOCTOBER 10 & 11, 3 PM$50 per car/ per eventYou must make a reservation!Limite...
09/25/2020

COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND DRIVE-IN LIVE CONCERTS
OCTOBER 10 & 11, 3 PM

$50 per car/ per event
You must make a reservation!
Limited space!
Call: 631.298.5292, [email protected]

Saturday, October 10, 3 PM, Gospel Road Ensemble
The group brings together a wonderful mix of some of the most impressive performers from the scenes of jazz, bluegrass, country, gospel and western traditions and is very much so inspired by Manuel’s childhood growing up in the Pentecostal church.

Featuring:
Tom Manuel, Cornet, vocals
Laura Landor, vocals
Steve Salerno, guitar
Buddy Merriam, mandolin
Darrell Smith, drums
Keenan Zach, bass

Gospel Road presents a wonderfully nostalgic mix of instrumentals adorned with a classic presentation of vocal harmonies such of storytelling and humor.
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Sunday, October 11, 3 PM, Grateful Bluegrass Jammers
With a nod towards the Bluegrass spectrum, this group of joined at the hip musicians will move you with the standouts of the Grateful Dead catalogue – which finds its roots in classic bluegrass as well as Mel Tillis, George Jones and the immortal Merl Haggard.

Don’t miss an afternoon with Tom Circosta (guitar/vocals) – Bob Weir disciple and Zen Trickster; Klyph Black (bass/vocal) also a Zen Trickster and the founding member of Rumor Has It; Tom San Filippo (guitar/vocals) and member of “Half Step” and “Tiger Rose”; Dave Diamond (drums) a multi-talented musician, also a Zen Trickster; Dave drums for alt-rock band Assembly of Dust and the eclectic Dave Diamond Band.

Raw, unfiltered and made by Hallockville Honey hives!!! Vintage 2020. Join us for our HandCrafted@Hallockville event, ba...
09/22/2020

Raw, unfiltered and made by Hallockville Honey hives!!! Vintage 2020. Join us for our [email protected] event, basket classes and a bee lecture this weekend! see www.hallockville.com for more details!

Fall basket workshops coming up soon. check out our website or events!
09/10/2020

Fall basket workshops coming up soon. check out our website or events!

UPCOMING BASKET WORKSHOPS!Saturday, September 26: 12:30 PM to 4 PM (as part of HAND CRAFTED@HALLOCKVILLE)  Come join us ...
08/31/2020

UPCOMING BASKET WORKSHOPS!

Saturday, September 26: 12:30 PM to 4 PM (as part of HAND [email protected]) Come join us and make a 2- jar Jelly Basket! Includes a wooden base and 3"x6" base. Class fee is $40 for members; $50 for non members. Separate materials fee of $25 payable to instructor at time of class.

Sunday, September 27: 12:30 PM to 4 PM (as part of HAND [email protected]) Come join us and make a Bagel Bandana Basket. Has a 10"x10" base and many accent colors to choose from! Class fee is $40 for members; $50 for non members. Separate materials fee of $25 payable to instructor at time of class.

Can't choose? Take BOTH classes--$65 class fee for members and $85 for non-members (does not include materials; see above).

ADVANCE REGISTRATION is required for either or both classes. Call 631-298-5292 or email [email protected]

HANDCRAFTED@HALLOCKVILLESEPTEMBER 19 & 20SEPTEMBER 26 & 27OCTOBER 3 & 4 – FLEECE & FIBER10 AM – 5 PM, RAIN OR SHINECome ...
08/28/2020

[email protected]

SEPTEMBER 19 & 20
SEPTEMBER 26 & 27
OCTOBER 3 & 4 – FLEECE & FIBER
10 AM – 5 PM, RAIN OR SHINE
Come celebrate the rich folk arts of our community!

Highlighting craft artisans and vendors in a safe environment with social distancing and mask requirements. This event will provide an opportunity to engage with craftspeople as well as showcase the talents and skills of local crafters and artisans. The weekend will promote traditional handcrafts and arts in an historic and rural atmosphere. Entry will be limited with parking controlled admission.

$20 per car, multiple occupants; $10 per car, singles.

Learn to cook inspired potato dishes with Hallockville Community Garden's noted chef, Susan Babkes, September 13 during ...
08/28/2020

Learn to cook inspired potato dishes with Hallockville Community Garden's noted chef, Susan Babkes, September 13 during our virtual Potato-licious event!

Can't wait to explore the potato exhibit in the Homestead Barn with Hallockville Historian Richard Wines on September 13...
08/28/2020

Can't wait to explore the potato exhibit in the Homestead Barn with Hallockville Historian Richard Wines on September 13 during our Potato-licious event! Learn more about Long Islands most famous crop! Virtually!

Our Potato-licious Silent Auction is now open! Visit our virtual auction page, bid on a treasure, help support Hallockvi...
08/24/2020

Our Potato-licious Silent Auction is now open! Visit our virtual auction page, bid on a treasure, help support Hallockville: www.hallockville.com/silentauction

Had fun at the basket class Saturday in the orchard! More classes to come soon!
08/24/2020

Had fun at the basket class Saturday in the orchard! More classes to come soon!

POTATO-LICIOUSA “Virtual” Celebration of Long Island’s most famous crop!Sunday | September 13, 2020 | 3 PM  |  $50*  Exp...
08/21/2020

POTATO-LICIOUS

A “Virtual” Celebration of Long Island’s most famous crop!
Sunday | September 13, 2020 | 3 PM | $50
* Explore the Long Island potato exhibit in the Homestead Barn with Hallockville Historian, Richard Wines.
* Learn how to grow your own potatoes with Hallockville’s chief potato farmer and scholar, Dale Moyer.
* Cook inspired potato dishes with Hallockville Community Garden’s noted chef, Susan Babkes.
Participation includes a hatful of Hallockville home grown potatoes.

Celebrate with the most interesting Silent Auction you’ve ever seen!

Reservations: [email protected] 631.298.5292

ZOOM details sent upon receipt of your reservation.

a rainbow during our Thursday night Bluegrass Drive-in! Last Bluegrass Drive-in of the Summer August 20!
08/16/2020

a rainbow during our Thursday night Bluegrass Drive-in! Last Bluegrass Drive-in of the Summer August 20!

Celebrate World Honey Bee Day with us on August 15th! We have over a half million bees in our new bee yard. Contact us t...
08/15/2020

Celebrate World Honey Bee Day with us on August 15th! We have over a half million bees in our new bee yard. Contact us to sponsor a bee hive in 2021! Stay tuned for more Bee Keeping events this Fall!

Address

6038 Sound Ave
Riverhead, NY
11901

General information

Guided tours are conducted Mid-May through November only on Friday-Sunday 12pm-4pm, other hours or large groups by appointment. Visitors are also welcome to do a self-guided tour of the grounds other days of the week. Hope to see you soon!

Opening Hours

Monday 12:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 12:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 12:00 - 16:00
Thursday 12:00 - 16:00
Friday 12:00 - 16:00
Saturday 11:00 - 15:00
Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(631) 298-5292

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HALLOCKVILLE MUSEUM FARM

Hallockville Museum Farm is a not-for-profit (501 (c)3) organization dedicated to take Long Island back to its family farming roots and explore its relevance today. We invite you to visit for a museum tour, attend an educational class or workshop, bring your friends and family to the special events, fairs and festivals throughout the year!

Hallockville is not a state, county or town facility, and is supported through membership contributions, charitable donations, grant funding from Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs and the New York Council for the Humanities, to name a few, and corporate sponsorship. Hallockville Museum Farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Riverhead Town Landmark.

Visit our website: www.hallockville.com for more details. See you on the Farm!

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Having a pampered chef fundraiser for Hallockville. Go to https://www.pamperedchef.com/party/allisonrosenthal0626 and 20% of all sales will go to Hallockville Museum and Farm. Fundraiser ends this Tuesday 6/30 at noon.
Could you do it on Facebook Live??eEveryone could get the material ahead of time! Virtual classroom !!!
East End I'm comin' for you!!! So excited to be teaching Yoga In The Barn next Saturday, July 27th!!!! Join me @Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead at 9am for a one of a kind practice on the scenic East End. This class will be Open Level Vinayasa Style Yoga. That means everyone from no experience at all through advanced is welcome and encouraged to get on a mat and check it out! The farm is located across the street from Martha Clara Vinyards and next door to Hallock State Park Preserve. Pack a picnic and/or bathing suit (there's a beach at the park) and make a day of it! Tickets available here: https://hallockville.com Join me in supporting this non - profit organization dedicated to Long Islands Agricultural heritage! Any questions, to join my email list and stay informed on classes and events, or to book yoga, reiki, or essential oils at your location please email me at [email protected] Friends please share this post and help me spread the word! Thank you! #HallockvilleMuseumFarm #MarthaClaraVinyards #HallockStateParkPreserve #Yoga #Barn #OutdoorYoga #YogaEverywhere #Yogaeverydamnday #Yogaforall #LongIslandYoga #Longislandyogis #Farmyoga #barnyoga #LongIslandwinerys #yogateacher #namaste #eastendlongisland #om #practice #vinyasayoga
Can't wait to share quilts with folks on the east end of Long Island on National Quilting Day, see below! Preserving the Fabrics of Your Life, Quilt and Textile Discovery Day. Sponsored by Hallockville Museum Farm in Cooperation with Suffolk County Museum, Riverhead, NY Date: Saturday, March 16, 2019 Time: 10 A.M. - 1 P.M. Location: Suffolk County Museum, 300 West Main Street Riverhead, NY Fee: $25, General public, $20 Hallockville Members To register: www.hallockville.com/events/ Presenter: Susan J. Jerome, Noted Textile Conservator Preserving the Fabrics in Your Family, Taking Care of Historic Textiles: Quilts, samplers, wedding dresses, linen tablecloths and other textiles are precious heirlooms passed down through your family. Caring for your grandfather’s baby clothes or your great-grandmother’s sampler can be a challenge. Join us on National Quilting Day to learn how to preserve these memories for generations to come. During this presentation we will discuss what to look for when examining old fabric pieces, and the appropriate ways to preserve these textiles. Have you ever wondered: should you wash an old quilt? What about dry cleaning? What’s the best way to store a wedding dress? Can all the spots come out of the tablecloth or should you just live with it? And when should you call in the professional? This program will combine a focused power-point presentation, a bed turning featuring quilts from Susan’s collection, and demonstrations on a few simple preservation techniques to answer many of these questions.
Come see the Peconic Ruggers hooked rug show and sale in the barn at the Country Fair this Saturday & Sunday
Expert hands showing us the way to basket weave. Thank you!
Basket weaving 101 "don't forget to use the clothespins!" Also - check out the beautiful character in those wood floors.
Wonderful basket weaving class!! Thanks for teaching us :)
A beautiful place with wonderful events-- so grateful you have preserved the heart of the North Fork here.
Fun day out cooking, baking - and of course tasting - from historic recipes. Not much was left after!
Get your 2018 antique tractor, farm machinery, construction/mining equipment, steam, hit & miss engine, and truck related shows/events listed. Deadlines November 2 & 3, 2017 www.facebook.com/oldironshowsandevents/photos/?tab=album&album_id=362192594210624
My family had such a wonderful time at the Fair yesterday! Thank you for the demonstrations! So informative! I want to learn how to make everything! ❤️