The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce

The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce is a local, community-based Chamber focused on serving residents and businesses in the Bethlehem hamlets of Delmar, Elsmere, Glenmont, Slingerlands, North and South Bethlehem, Selkirk and surrounding area.

Established in 1957, the Bethlehem Chamber offers resources for residents, business, recreation and relocation. In addition, the Chamber works on a local and regional level to advance economic development for our town and the region. Through partnerships with local, county and state officials and community organizations, the Chamber works to foster a positive business environment in Bethlehem and the surrounding region.


Chamber News

Bethlehem Chamber Buy Local at the Farmer’s Markets

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The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce will be promoting our local member businesses at the following Farmer's Markets in town this Summer. Look for our table at...

Tuesday Farmers Market at the First United Methodist Church (428 Kenwood Avenue) from 2:30-6 pm on TBA.

Saturday Delmar Farmers Market at the Bethlehem Middle School from 9am-1pm on August 30.

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Bethlehem Business To Business

Business Supporting Business - Get Involved!

Members of the Delaware Avenue Improvement Group (DAIG) are excited to launch a new initiative that they encourage businesses to support. The Bethlehem Business to Business initiative will encourage Delaware Avenue businesses to utilize local businesses when undertaking improvements. DAIG will be mailing a program brochure to all Delaware Avenue businesses soon, but you may download brochure here for details on the program. If you would like to offer an incentive/discount on your services, we will advertise your business in the pamphlet. The type of projects Delaware Avenue businesses will likely be undertaking include painting, signage, landscaping, installing benches, power washing, and more. For more details, see the letter here.


Bethlehem Art Association Exhibits at the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce

The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce features artwork by the members of the Bethlehem Art Association at the Chamber office, located in Main Square Shoppes, 318 Delaware Avenue in Delmar. Ten members of the BAA will have their work on display during the year. This will be the first of a series of revolving art shows. Every two months there will be a new show featuring up to 12 local artists. The Chamber invites the community to stop into the office, weekdays 9am-5pm to view the exhibit and support our local artist community.

The Bethlehem Art Association was formed in 1966 to serve as a focal point for art activities in Bethlehem. To learn more about the BAA, visit their website here.


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Upcoming Chamber Events

Bethlehem Chamber Buy Local at the Farmer’s Markets

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The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce will be promoting our local member businesses at the following Farmer's Markets in town this Summer. Look for our table at...

Tuesday Farmers Market at the First United Methodist Church (428 Kenwood Avenue) from 2:30-6 pm on TBA.

Saturday Delmar Farmers Market at the Bethlehem Middle School from 9am-1pm on August 30.

Details

Chamber Golf Outing

Normanside Country Club,150 Salisbury Road, Delmar
Monday, September 22
11:30 Registration Opens
12PM Lunch
1PM Shotgun Start

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Join us for a day of networking and golf with colleagues and friends at beautiful Normanside Country Club in Delmar. Start with a barbecue lunch in the Clubhouse and Terrace at 12 Noon. Make your way to the Putting Green for some contests, which support this year's local charity. Then a shotgun start at 1pm. After 18 holes, return to the Clubhouse for cocktails and networking at 5:30pm, full dinner and contest awards.

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Multi Chamber Networking Mixer

Shaker Ridge Country Club
802 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville
Tuesday, September 23, 5:30 PM - 7 PM

$5 Members/$10 Non-Members
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Join us for the networking event of the year! Bethlehem, Colonie, Guilderland and Southern Saratoga Chambers of Commerce, along with the Capital Alliance of Young Professionals (CAYP) and the Capital Region Rotary, will gather for a mixer/business expo to provide you with new business contacts throughout the Capital Region.



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