2014 Events Calendar
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Hallockville Museum Farm is currently open for tours Fri-Sat-Sun 12-4pm. To plan your visit, go to our Tour page for details.
Special Exhibit Open Now: "Defense of the Eagle." Learn about an overlooked battle that took place right here on the shores of the Long Island Sound during the War of 1812! Hallockville commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Battle of the Eagle which took place over three days in 1814. Join us for light refreshments on June 26 at 6:30. The exhibit will continue to be open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 12-4pm, please check in at the Hudson-Sydlowski House first.
Friday & Saturday November 28-29 9am-3pm; Sunday November 30 10am-2pm: 23rd Annual Country Parlor Holiday Folk Art & Gift Show. The East End's most unique holiday show of fine folk artists and craftspeople! Shop the finest selection of handmade crafts and gifts including tree trimmings, baskets, rugs, Santas, vintage and rustic home decor and gifts, all hand made, hand stitched, hand carved, hand hooked, hand woven and hand crafted! You will find something for everyone on your list. Plus, new this year: enter a bid for a fully-decorated tree complete with unique one-of-a-kind ornaments from all of show's artisans! Free entry. Follow the show on Facebook and see photos of merchandise here.
Sunday, November 30 1-4pm: Hallockville Carving Club. Join experienced woodcarvers and woodworkers for an afternoon of skill-building and camaraderie. Bring your own projects or come to watch. $3 or free for museum members. The club meets in Hudson House (administration building next to the driveway).
Sunday December 7 12-3:30pm: Christmas at Hallockville. Celebrate the season the old-fashioned way with guided tours of historic homes decorated for the season, holiday music and special exhibits, children's activities and event a special guest from the North Pole! The Hallock Homestead will be decorated in the style of a Victorian Christmas, complete with antique toy displays, mince meat tarts baking in the wood stove and costumed interpreters. The Cichanowicz Farmhouse will depict a Depression-era Polish farming family's Christmas traditions. Plus craft demonstrations, holiday shopping, homemade baked goods and more! Admission fees support the not-for-profit mission of the museum. Adults $8/$6 museum members, $4 ages 6-12; ages 5 and under are free; $15 for 2 adults with 2 children.