The Heldeberg Workshop Board of Directors, along with the planners of our educational programs, are closely following COVID-19 developments. Unfortunately, there is a real concern about group gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, the Board of Directors has decided, in the best interest of our teachers and students, to cancel our Spring Program. We will refund tuition for all those who have registered for a class. In addition, we are delaying the opening of registration for our Summer Program at least until mid-April. Please continue to check our website and Facebook page for additional updates.
Summer schedules are almost done. Check out our current list of classes (updated 3/23/2020) – Summer Schedule
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The Heldeberg Workshop is tracking the status of COVID-19 and its health impacts. At this time, we are continuing to move forward in planning our 2020 spring and summer programs. We are currently optimistic that our programs will not be interrupted, but we will keep you updated as we learn more. We expect the state and the county health departments to provide guidance for educational programs such as ours.
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Protect the Heldeberg Workshop lands from development and preserve this land for future generations of campers!
We are pleased to announce that the Heldeberg Workshop has entered into a partnership with the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy (MHLC) to permanently protect the Heldeberg Workshop lands from development.
The Heldeberg Workshop is not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing an Adventure in Learning. It is chartered by the Board of Regents and is located on over 240 acres at the foot of the Helderberg Escarpment in the Town of New Scotland. We offer 1 and 2 week outdoor courses, taught by certified teachers and expert artisans, in science and nature, high adventure, theatre and art, to name a few.
The Heldeberg Workshop is chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. The Heldeberg Workshop has a permit to operate from the Albany County Department of Health. The Workshop is inspected twice annually; reports are available at the office on Ferry and Green Streets.