First PREP session of the year coming up quickly!


Our sexual health curriculum, PREP, is back! The first session is on Wednesday the 23rd of November from 10AM to 4PM, and the final part is on Friday the 25th from 10AM to 4PM. Upon completion, youth receive $150! To read more and to sign up for the first session, click the link below!

Join the Hub Workout Club!

Are you tired all of the time? Uncomfortable in your skin? Want to start your journey to fitness before summer starts?

workoutJoin the Hub Workout Club!

This 4 week program, running from May 1st – June 1st, is open to all teens. Participants have the option to take part in a 30 minute workout every afternoon at the Hub.

Anyone who participates in at least 3 workouts a week for all 4 weeks can come with us to a celebratory BEACH PARTY/BBQ!

Sign up here:

Thanks to the 5TFA!

Artist Matt Carroll painting a mural at Talent Skatepark in South Burlington, Vermont
Artist Matt Carroll, who has been commissioned to paint the murals at the Hub, pictured here painting a mural at Talent Skatepark in South Burlington, Vermont.

The 5 Town Friends of the Arts, a Bristol-based nonprofit that seeks to support and facilitate the appreciation of arts in our region, has generously awarded the Hub a grant to support the Hub Indoor Art Project and Healthy Futures Outdoor Art Initiative!

This amazing grant will facilitate the painting of two new murals at the Hub – one on our expanse of new sheetrock on the interior west wall of the Hub, and one on the back of the half-pipe creating a sign for the Hub’s garden.   Continue reading “Thanks to the 5TFA!”

Garden Continues to Flourish as Snow Flies

Seeds started at the Bristol Hub flourish as starts of peas, squash, and corn.
Peas, squash, and corn get an early start and are flourishing under the Hub’s grow lights


Another grow light with a new wooden stand built at the Bristol Hub
A new grow light starts more seeds – sometimes a little bit of construction can go a long way.
The latest round of seeds started at the Hub have begun to show over the soil.
The latest round of seeds planted at the Hub have started to show their sprouts.
A wooden stand built to hold a grow light at the Bristol Hub in tight spaces.
Creative construction allows grow lights to be placed in strange places… like on the computer counter.
Kale starts growing in small plastic containers
Baby kale is ready for window boxes in the kitchen – a jumpstart on the growing season