Peconic Community School hosted a fundraiser at Hallockville Museum Farm on Saturday afternoon to benefit the school.
The fifth annual Long Island Fleece and Fiber Fair will take place Saturday and Sunday, May 17 and 18, at Hallockville Museum Farm. The event, co-sponsored by Long Island Livestock Company, will feature demonstrations of fiber arts and related processes, other folk arts and a “fiber market” in the Naugles Barn. Special activities will include sheep herding, a llama obstacle course and shearing demonstrations. (more…)
Volunteers are invited to help clean up the Hallockville Museum Farm property on Sound Avenue at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 24. The work will include raking and weeding the gardens, tidying up the Homestead Barn, pruning fruit trees and trimming shrubbery. (more…)
Click here to read more about the North Fork Horseradish Festival on northforker.com.
Peconic Community School students visited Hallockville Museum Farm Thursday to learn about the growth and changes that accompany spring. (more…)
Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead is hosting a quilting class this Saturday, March 15, from 10 a.m. to noon.
The sun was shining and there was just a hint of autumn in the air for day one of the Hallockville Museum Farm’s 33rd annual Fall Festival and Craft Show Saturday.
A steady stream of visitors arrived at the museum complex to view displays and demonstrations, enjoy homemade treats and picnic under the trees.
The festival continues Sunday from 10am – 5pm. Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 5-12 and children 4 and under are admitted for free. Admission fees directly support the not-for-profit mission of Hallockville. Tickets are available at the gate.
Hallockville Museum Farm in Riverhead is hosting old-fashion woodworking classes this summer where participants will learn how to create everyday utensils, tools and furniture straight from a log.
North Fork woodworker Tom Barry of Green Revolution Woodworking will run the two-hour workshops to demonstrate how to split wood, shape it on a traditional shavehorse and complete projects on foot-powered springpole lathe.
Hallockville officials said participants will leave with several handmade items at the conclusion of the workshop and gain a sense of accomplishment.
“More people are becoming interested in sustainability and the do-it-yourself ethos,” Mr. Barry said. “This is a great way to start.”
The “Greenwoodworking with Tom Barry” workshops will be offered in two-hour sessions on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the summer starting July 5. Workshops cost $35 per person and are designed for ages 12 and older. Material will be provide.
For more information or to register, call 631-298-5292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.