Coffee and a Good Book Winter Lecture Series

6062 Sound Avenue
Riverhead, New York 11901
6312985292

https://hallockville.com/winterlectureseries/

Join us on February 4, 18 and March 4 for a cozy cup of coffee and lively lectures!
On February 4, 18 and March 4, Hallockville Museum Farm presents, “Coffee and a Good Book Winter Lecture Series: Exploring Land, History and Traditions”. This three-part series is sponsored by Hampton Coffee Company and explores important facets at the core of the Museum Farm’s mission: honoring the land, celebrating history, and sharing traditions. Hampton Coffee Company, a local café and roaster, will begin each lecture with a presentation about their coffee philosophy and with samples.

Winter is the perfect time to cozy-up with a good cup of coffee and a great book! We want to celebrate the season by taking time reflect on land, history and traditions with wonderful local authors and scholars.

TICKET INFORMATION:
Reservations are requested. Tickets may be purchased in advanced by calling Hallockville Museum Farm at 631.298.5292 or online. Advanced tickets are $10. Tickets at the door may be purchased on a first-come first-served basis for $15 each or two tickets for $25. Space is limited.

Venue Information: All lectures will take place in the new Hallock State Park visitors center located next to the Hallockville Museum Farm campus. The address is 6062 Sound Avenue.

February 4 (1pm to 3pm): Honoring the Land: Presenter, Steve Wick Steve Wick is an award-winning journalist and will discuss his 1996 acclaimed book, “Heaven and Earth: The Last Farmers of the North Fork.” The book documents the history of one of the oldest farming communities in America by tracing the lives of two families – the Tuthills and Wickhams. Wick addresses the powerful themes of generations of family and their strong connection to the land and of history as an ongoing force in people’s lives. As relevant today as it was 20- years ago, Wick along with photographer Lynn Johnson has created a moving elegy to a way of life that is rapidly disappearing.