Hallockville Museum Farm
The fair is a cultural experience to celebrate Long Island's agricultural heritage. The event includes traditional crafts and games, folk art demonstrations, a petting zoo, pony rides, wagon rides, musical performances, art and crafts vendors, farm livestock and more.
Learn more about "The Immigrant Experience on Long Island's East End" during a tour and workshop on Saturday, April 30 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Hallockville Museum Farm.
Hallockville Museum Farm will offer volunteer opportunities throughout the spring to help prepare the grounds and assist during events.
Hallockville Museum Farm has a fall full of activities planned ranging from arts and crafts to naturalist hikes
Farm animals, folk art demonstrations and a quilt show were some of the features at Hallockville Museum Farm's country fair.
Farm animals will be on display, sheep-shearing and lots of fiber demonstrations will be going on this weekend at Long Island's largest fiber event.
Discover the agricultural heritage of the North Fork at the 36th annual Hallockville Museum Farm's Fall Festival.
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