Bethlehem Historical Association

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Welcome

 
Since the Spring 2020 Newsletter was mailed, changes have been made to this website.  You can now find the proposed changes to the Bylaws by clicking here.

Looking for Something to Do?

Now might be the perfect time to do some historical research. While everything is closed up, the National Archives has an online site that contains a wealth of information and activities for the whole family.  Check out the link below and begin a new journey into the past!  National Archives



Due to health concerns BHA has decided to cancel all April events.  

This includes 

  • The Out and About visit to the Education Building - April 4
  • The Program by John Pipkin Washington Park - The Moral High Ground - April 15
  •  The Afternoon Tea - April 25 (paid reservations will be refunded.) 

Thank you for your understanding, and please take care. 
(Posted March 14, 2020)

Past Perfect 

Recipes that Withstood Time 

Passed Down from Generation to Generation

The Bethlehem Historical Association has compiled a fine book with an impressive collection of recipes. The cookbook is being sold for $10 at the Museum. Please note that you can also purchase it at our generous bookstore here in town I Love Books. 


We appreciate the support of all those who contributed recipes and helped to get this book together.



Books by Town Historian 

Susan Leath

Available at local bookstores


 

The Town of Bethlehem 
Historical Association
P.O. Box 263
1003 River Road
Selkirk, NY  12158
518-767-9432
BethHist1965@gmail.com

The Cedar Hill Schoolhouse Museum, home of the Bethlehem Historical Association, is open Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4 PM May through October, and by appointment. 

BHA presents a series of lecture programs from September through April at the museum and at the Delmar Reformed Church.  A complete schedule is found on the Programs & Events & page.  


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