Our mission is to support, encourage, & empower young people to become their best selves.
The Hub serves youth in grades 7-12 from Bradford, Vermont, and surrounding towns.
The Hub’s hours:
Following Vermont state guidelines, those who are vaccinated do not have to wear a mask at the Hub.
Masks are required for those who are not vaccinated.
The Hub offers a safe and fun place for youth in our community to spend time. There is quiet space to socialize, do school work (with help available); there are board games, video games, air hockey, pool table, laptops to use, a piano, arts and crafts supplies, arts & crafts supplies, and more, as well as free healthy snacks. We also offer weekly activities like Magic Club, Friday night cooking, and our new STEM program!
October 2021 - Bradford Teen Center has been selected by local Hannaford store leadership as the benBradford Teen Center is delighted to welcome Riley Harrness as Director at The Hub, the Teen Center’s facility in Bradford, Vermont. Harrness, who took the helm earlier this month, will welcome area teens to the Hub after school and on Saturdays, overseeing ongoing activities such as the Food & Nutrition program, STEM education, and Magic Club, and managing the Teen Center’s general operations.
“I really look forward to helping the Teen Center grow into a place where teens can learn skills to help them later in life, have fun, and build relationships in a safe, nourishing and secure environment,” he said. “I am excited to work with the teens to develop new programs that satisfy their curiosity and provide creative outlets.” Harness hopes to meet many teens and parents at The Hub’s open house on Wednesday November 3, 5-7pm.efiting non-profit in the brand-new Hannaford Bloomin' 4 Good Program for the month of October.
October 2021 - Bradford Teen Center has been selected by local Hannaford store leadership as the benefiting non-profit in the brand-new Hannaford Bloomin' 4 Good Program for the month of October.
July 2021 - The Bradford Teen Center has been awarded a $10,000 grant by The Couch Family Foundation, in support of the Center’s programs to benefit youth from Bradford and surrounding Vermont towns. The Foundation partners with Upper Valley organizations “working to improve children’s health and well-being, early learning and development, family resiliency, and community vibrancy.”
“We are very grateful for the Couch Family Foundation’s recognition and support of the important work we do with local youth,” said Patrick Peters, President of the teen center’s Board of Directors. “Our teens deserve our best efforts, and the Foundation’s gift will help us continue to provide quality programming and events.”