Where the Past Meets the Future
An 80-year-old, former school campus has been transformed by the Town of Hudson into a 21st century hub for business development and artistic creation and enjoyment. The Town chose to blend the past with the present as they envisioned the future for residents and visitors. We invite you to visit HUB Station – former Hudson School – a classical structure and repurposed treasure celebrating the vitality of community through arts and business.
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Community Music School
ART CLASSES AVAILABLE!
Donors Reception 2021 SlideShow
The HUB Station in Hudson, NC, is a unique destination
that houses two centers for community creativity –
HUB Station Arts Center –
dedicated to arts appreciation and development –
McCreary Family Business Center –
focused on entrepreneurship development.
Come See Us!
Fill up at HUB Station. Fill up on the best advice and support for business startup in the Business Center – and fill up on performing arts, other art media, and artists at work in their own studios in the Arts Center.
Lease space for an entrepreneurial venture or an artist studio. Lease venues – large and small – for your own special events. Be entertained. Be educated. Be immersed in the dynamic duo of business and the arts that combine to propel a community into creative placemaking that attracts locals and visitors.
Local connections. Regional reach. Anchored in history. Reflecting the future.
Home of author Jan Karon’s The Mitford Museum. In her words, “Mitford is now at home in Hudson.”
HUB Station – filled with spaces to create business futures and art pieces . . . to discover the artist in each of us . . . to create community among people. Come see us and FILL UP!
EVENTS @ The HUB Station
Youth Music Classes Meeting.
Tuesday, Jan. 25th – 6:00 pm
Both registered and unregistered but interested students and family are invited to attend. Meet the Community Music School Director, Lisl Doughton, and the CMS Classes at HUB Station Coordinator, Wendy Smith. Hear explanations of each class. Meet the instructors – Kendall Bray, piano, and Dwight McGlynn, ukulele and guitar. See the teaching spaces and ask all the questions you have so you will be ready for classes to begin on Feb. 1st or 3rd.