Greensburg Garden & Civic Center was built by philanthropist Katherine Mabis McKenna and donated to the City of Greensburg in 1969 as a memorial to her son, Mennel M. Smith. The Center is a multi-use facility managed by Westmoreland Cultural Trust and has become one of this area’s premier meeting, education and special event facilities. In addition to Greensburg Garden & Civic Center, the Trust currently owns or manages four other historic and cultural facilities: The Palace Theatre, Union Trust Building and the James/Stark Block in downtown Greensburg.
Mrs. McKenna’s visionary design created a premier regional meeting and event facility now utilized by more than 100 organizations and 550+ events each year.
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