Learning at Hubbard Hall
Hard times affect everyone. To reach out to our community and make Hubbard Hall a place where everyone is welcome, we offer a variety of Community Programs -- these include low-cost, reduced tuition workshops and a variety of lectures, performances and other programs offered where admission is on a pay-what-you-will basis.
The following are just a few of our community programs, made possible thanks to the generous support from our sponsors.
- Puppet Club - New session starting Spring 2012
- Theater Company pay-what-you-will open rehearsals
- Radio Theater Workshop
- Tune Jam
- Contra Dance 101
- Garden Forum Workshops
- Curiosity Forum lectures and events
And much more!
Hubbard Hall is fortunate to be part of a vibrant and engaged rural community, with so much to do and see, and dramatic scenery of our natural surroundings. Here within our Cambridge Rail Yard campus, you'll find the following community resources and groups:
Farmer's Market - producers-only market Sundays in the Rail Yard May though October, then indoors at the Lovejoy Building through December.
Bread Oven - Outdoor Quebec-style community wood-fired baking.