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Founded in the late 19th century to promote good design practices in the Berkeley hills, the Hillside Club

today is a community-based membership organization dedicated to supporting the arts and culture and preserving our landmark building.

We invite you to explore our club history, events, and membership information, and consider renting our

facility to host your event. Our hall is wheelchair accessible and our restrooms are ADA compliant.

For directions to the Hillside Club please click here.


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The Edgar M. Bronfman String Quartet


very sorry to announce that our Sun 3 July concert has been cancelled because one of the musicians has tested positive for COVID

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Berkeley Arts & Letters Returns to the Hillside Club on July 8th with an in-person event with The New Yorker staff writer and "national treasure" (Rachel Maddow) Patrick Radden Keefe for his new book Rogues: True Stories of Grifters, Killers, Rebels and Crooks. He'll be joined in conversation by New York Times Magazine contributor Jonah Weiner. Tickets available online

COVID SAFETY NOTE: In view of the continuing threat that Covid-19 presents to our community,

we are limiting attendance at events to patrons who have been vaccinated.

We also require that all individuals wear face coverings when inside our hall (except when eating or drinking).


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2286 CEDAR STREET | BERKELEY, CA 94709 |  510 848-3227