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The Cedar Hill School Museum is Open 

Sundays 2-4 PM  through Oct. 27, 2024

Closed on March 31, 2024

New Exhibit for 2024 

“Dear Maria... Voices from the Mid-Nineteenth Century”

from letters from friends written to Bethlehem resident

Maria Becker on issues of the day, and of the heart!

Also on exhibit,

  • 1900 seasonal clothing,

  • detailed historically accurate diorama of the RR in 1907 Slingerlands,

  • and life in Bethlehem during the 1940's,

Lecture Series 

March 20, 2024, Michael Lucas: Life After Emancipation - Slavery to Freedom

Learn how Black families in the Bethlehem and Albany area transitioned from slavery to freedom following the

Abolition of slavery in New York in 1827. 

For more information click here. 

Annual Spring Tea

Saturday April 27 2 to 5 PM

Delmar Reformed Church,

386 Delaware Avenue, Delmar


Phyllis Chapman as:

Nellie Bly


Out of the Cage: Progressive Women of the Gilded Age

For more information and to purchase tickets click here

Bethlehem Historical Association

1003 River Road, Selkirk, NY 

PO Box 263

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