Hallockville Museum Farm: November Happenings at Hallockville

November is the month to remind us to be thankful for the many positive things happening in our lives!

We have a lot of things to be thankful for here at Hallockville! Without your continued support, we would not be able to provide our community and members with such great events! Check below to see what’s coming up!
** Country Parlor is now TWO weekends!
Look below for dates & times!! **
See you on the Farm!
Saturday, November 3 10am-4pm
Basic Chain Making Workshop
$80 members | $90 non-members
Expand your jewelry making techniques (or discover a new passion!) at our Basic Chain Making workshop. Students will explore the technique of chain making. With the use of pliers and loops students will complete several basic chain techniques.
Class fee includes all necessary materials
Sunday, November 4 10am – 4pm
Bead Weaving on a Loom Intensive
$90 members | $110 non-members
Learn to make exquisite designs using the most delicate of beads. You will learn to set up and warp your very own bead loom as well as learn the basics of loom weaving and will produce a weaving that can then be made into a piece of jewelry or used as a decorative element in another application. All materials (kit includes a loom, beads, cord & needles) included in class fee.
Check out some of the pieces bead weaving students
made during our summer class!

Thursday, November 8, 7pm – 9pm

Old Time Jam Band: Jam Session
Free for all!
Join this unique group of talented musicians for some jam sessions in the barn! The Hallockville Old Time Jam Band meets at the Naugles Barn to get together and play old airs and tunes such as John Brown’s Dream, Shove that Pigsfoot, and Cluck Old Hen (just to name a few!). If you’d like to join in, bring your instrument. Just want to listen? Come on down!
For questions please email info@hallockville.com
OR visit their Meetup Page!
Saturday, November 10
10:30am – 2:30pm
Gyotaku: Fish and Nature Printing
$55 members | $65 non-members
Join us for this 4 hour hands on workshop and learn to capture nature in a uniquely beautiful way! This will be an exploration of printing Fish and objects from Nature, such as: leaves, branches, shells, etc. What you see in the finished print is often more detail than you would see casually observing the object itself. Prints will be suitable for framing.
More about the Art of Gyo (fish) Taku (rubbing)…
Gyotaku is a traditional form of Japanese art that began over 100 years ago as a way for fishermen to keep a record of the fish they caught. They would apply sumi ink to one side of a freshly caught fish, then cover the fish with rice paper and rub to create an exact image of the fish. The ink was non-toxic and allowed for the fish to be processed for eating, while preserving records of fish species and sizes.
These utilitarian prints were incredibly life like. When done properly they retained even subtle patterns and textures of the fish. The relatively simple black ink prints later developed into an art form that added rich colors and environmental details
Saturday, November 17 9am – 12pm
Fall Bird Walk
$5 members | $7 non-members
Mary Laura Lamont, local naturalist and birding expert, will lead the search for birds through the woods and fields of Hallockville and Hallock State Park Preserve. Bring binoculars, appropriate apparel, and sturdy footwear!
Call (631-298-5292) or email to register!
Join us for ***TWO*** very special weekends for a unique
and one-of-a-kind event!
See the historic Naugles Barn transformed into a winter wonderland and holiday shopping experience unlike any other! All items are handmade by local artisans and craftspeople- items you cannot find anywhere else! Rustic Santas, tree ornaments, holiday home decor, baskets and fine gifts including handmade pottery pieces, plus stocking-stuffers for everyone on your list!
November: 23, 24 & 25 AND December 1&2
10am to 3pm (early bird hour, 9am on NOV. 23)
Hallockville Museum Farm | 631.298.5292 | www.hallockville.com



AAQ Resource: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects


Find more like this: Bulletins, Courses, East End, Events, Of Note, Tours

Comments are closed.

Back | Home