best education in upstate New York."
The Bethlehem Humanities Institute for Lifelong Learning (H.I.L.L.)
H.I.L.L. was founded in 1993 by Fred and Helen Adler to make available educational and cultural experiences to residents of the Town of Bethlehem and the greater Capital District. The Institute's goal is to enhance lifelong learning opportunities for the adult population of the local community. H.I.L.L. is a non-profit entity and serves as an adjunct organization of the Bethlehem Central School District. It is staffed by volunteers who comprise the Coordinating Committee, and all expenses are funded from the modest fees charged to attendees of its regularly scheduled spring and fall semester classes. More about H.I.L.L.
H.I.L.L.'s six-week series of spring and
fall classes are taught by distinguished professionals who are usually
faculty members of colleges and universities in the Capital Region. The
courses are in the humanities and related cultural areas and include
selections that focus on contemporary issues, respond to community
interests and appeal to a wide audience. Other events provided by
H.I.L.L. can include single lectures, concerts, panel discussions or
other activities considered by the Coordinating Committee to be of
educational or cultural value. Information about the classes is
included in the Continuing Education course brochure mailed to Bethlehem
Central School District residents and is posted on this web site.
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Each HILL class meets 6 times a semester
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