Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Hallockville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

and is a Riverhead Town Landmark dedicated to taking Long Island back

to its family farming roots and exploring their relevance today.

Upcoming Basket Workshops

Saturday, September 26: 12:30 PM – 4 PM (as part of HAND CRAFTED @ HALLOCKVILLE)  Basket weavers will be making a JELLY JAR CADDY. Materials are $25 payable to instructor at time of class. $40 for members; $50 for non members

Supplies to bring: scissors, 20 spring-clip clothes pins, spray bottle, small flat head screwdriver, needle-nose pliers and a pencil.

Sunday, September 27: 12:30 PM – 4 PM (as part of HAND CRAFTED @ HALLOCKVILLE) Basket weavers will be making a BANDANA BASKET. Materials are $25 payable to instructor at time of class. $40 for members; $50 for non members

Supplies to bring: scissors, 20 spring-clip clothes pins, spray bottle, small flat head screwdriver, needle-nose pliers and a pencil.

If you take both Sept 26 & Sept 27 classes it is $65 for members and $85 for non members. Must sign up for both at registration.

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To Register for workshops email or call: info@hallockville.com,  631.298.5292

Saturday, October 24: 10 AM – 4 PM– Basket weavers will be making JOANNE’S KNITTING BASKET (large) – double swing handled, filled bottom, color accented. Materials are $42 payable to instructor at time of class. $65 for members; $80 for non members

Supplies to bring: scissors, 20 spring-clip clothes pins, spray bottle, small flat head screwdriver, needle-nose pliers and a pencil.

September 26, 10 AM – 11:30 AM: A Year in Bee Keeping

Explore bee keeping with Master Beekeeper Chris Kelly, learn more about these incredible pollinators, and talk to our Hallockville Honeys!

This event is free but pre-registration is required. email info@hallockville.com

HandCrafted@Hallockville

SEPTEMBER 26 & 27

OCTOBER 3 & 4 *

10 AM – 5 PM, RAIN OR SHINE

 

Celebrate our rich folk arts community with us!

* Devoted to the fiber arts

Visitors must wear face coverings and practice social distancing.

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Parking Fee *

$20 per vehicle with multiple occupants

$10 per vehicle with single occupant

*  All proceeds support the Museum Farm

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Highlighting craft artisans and vendors in a safe environment with social distancing and mask requirements. The event series provides an opportunity to engage with craftspeople as well as showcase the talents and skills of local crafters and artisans.

LOCAL ARTISTS AT WORK:
(throughout the three weekends)

Hallockville Quilt and Stitch Group
Hallockville Wood Carvers
Paumanok Weavers
Hallockville Knitters
VENDORS:
September 26 & 27
Alegna Soaps; Natural soaps, http://alegnasoap.com
Basket Garden Farm Studio; Hand woven baskets
Danielle Leef Photography; Photography, http://danielleleefphotography.com
Holidays ‘n More; Craft items
Jacki Maloney Studio; Watercolors, http://jackiemaloney.com
Joh DiNaro Wood; Wooden sculpture, http://johndinaro.com
K. Beebe Artist; Notecards, prints, tote bags, www.kbeebe-artist.net
Katcreated; Wind chimes, suncatchers
Long Island Yarn and Farm; Yarn, skin care, http://www.liyarnandfarm.com
Mars Pottery; Pottery, http://marspottery.net
Nauti-gal Soaps: Soaps, https://www.nautigalsoaps.com/
Sag Harbor Seashells; seashell art, beach glass jewelry
Silk and Sea Designs; Jewelry, painted fabric, https://www.etsy.com/shop/SilkandSeaDesigns
Joanna Stenzel ;painted stones, crafts
The Natural Flair; Wire-made botanicals
Thunder Textile Company: Hand dyed clothing, http://thundertextileco.com

October 3 & 4 – Fleece & Fiber
7th Floor Yarn; Yarn, http://www.7thflooryarn.com
Basket Weavers Guild of Eastern Long Island; Woven baskets
Cozy Color Works; Yarn, https://www.cozycolorworks.com/
Long Island Yarn and Farm; Yarn, skin care, http://www.liyarnandfarm.com
Sandpiper Yarns; Yarn, http://sandpiperyarns.com
Silk and Sea Designs; Jewelry, painted fabric, https://www.etsy.com/shop/SilkandSeaDesigns
The Paisley Studio; hooked rugs, http://thepaisleystudio.com
Thunder Textile Company; hand dyed clothing, http://thundertextileco.com
Tina’s Toasty Toes; Yarn, http://www.tinastoastytoes.com

High Tech and the Past meet at HALLOCKVILLE MUSEUM FARM

Walking around Hallockville Museum Farm may be like taking a step back in time, but the experience will soon be enhanced by futuristic technology.

Thanks to a grant Hallockville will offer visitors the chance to follow what it calls a high-tech, virtual Sustainability Trail in the near future. The trail will make use of some 30 informational guideposts that dot the grounds. Each sign will be fitted with a QR code, the sort of black and white patterns found on products in stores. When scanned by a tour taker with a camera app on a smartphone, an audio narration will pop up along with photos or videos — in some cases, both.  “Members” of the Hallock family, which had the property in its name from at least 1801 until 1979, will be heard talking about how the farm operated.

This summer Hallockville was awarded two grants by the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. One to be used to create the trail, the other for general operating support during these difficult times for nonprofit historical venues. The Museum would not be able to undertake a project like this without the help of the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation.

Hallockville, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, provides a peek back to Long Island’s family farming roots.

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