The Greensburg Garden and
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 and has
become one of this area's premier meeting, education, and special
event facilities utilized by over 100 organizations and well over
100,000 people each year.
Consider using our facility when planning your next function. The
Center is an ideal setting for seminars, lectures, workshops, meetings,
receptions and private parties.
We can accommodate your needs in a room that will fit both the size
of your group and your budget. Occupancy for conferences, lectures,
brunch/lunch, cocktail parties and formal dining range from small
groups to groups of 200 guests. The Center also has an auditorium
with a seating capacity of 319.
To further meet your needs, we can
Piano, VCR/TV, Overhead Projector, LED Projector, Slide Projector, Portable Lectern,
Microphone, Portable Movie Screen, Easel with Pad, Chalkboard and
We also can make arrangements for catered food and beverage service.
This includes continental breakfast, lunch, dinner and beverages.
For more information on the programs and facilities of the Greensburg
Garden & Civic Center, please call the Manager's Office
at (724) 836-3074, or send us
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Greensburg Garden & Civic Center brochure!
Upcoming Scheduled Events:
Impossible Dream" A Tribute to Elvis
July 30 at 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM
Optional Luau Dinner at 4 PM or 6 PM
Join us after the matinee or prior to the evening show for a
Luau dinner, catered on site by Lora V's. $17.95 per person
tax and gratuity.
Tickets 724-836-8000 or online at
For more information on ticketed events and online ticket
purchasing, CLICK HERE.
Directions to Greensburg Garden & Civic Center
From the North via Route 22/Route 66S
Follow Route 22 to Route 66 South
at Delmont. Take Business Route 66/Old Route 66 exit at top of hill
past King’s Restaurant. At the traffic light at the off-ramp, turn
LEFT. Follow Route 66 South for five miles to traffic light at
First National Bank and
Shop ‘n Save. Turn LEFT then an immediate RIGHT on to Old Salem
Road. Proceed 0.2 miles and turn LEFT into the Greensburg Garden
and Civic Center parking lot, marked by a stone sign along the
road. The Greensburg Garden and Civic Center is a green brick
From the South via Route 70E/Route 119N or PA Turnpike exit
75 (New Stanton)
Follow Route 70 East directly to
Route 119 North, just north of New Stanton. Follow Route 119 North
to downtown Greensburg, 6.1 miles. The road is then recognized as
Main Street/Business Route 66. Follow Main Street and directions
below from the Westmoreland County Courthouse.
From the East via
Route 30 East or PA Turnpike exit 67 (Irwin)
From the PA Turnpike-Irwin
interchange, travel on Route 30 East 6.4 miles. You will have passed
Greengate Center (Walmart anchor) and Gabriel Brothers Plaza on your
left. Stay in the right lane and take the Pittsburgh Street exit.
Follow Pittsburgh Street into town 1.3 miles until you are driving
alongside the Courthouse. Turn LEFT at the top of the hill on to
Main Street and proceed north toward Otterman Street. Follow
directions below from the Westmoreland County Courthouse.
From Route 30 West
Following Route 30 West, just 0.6 miles past
Westmoreland Mall, take the Business District exit on the right into
downtown Greensburg. This is Pittsburgh Street. Follow right flow
of traffic around CoGo’s onto Otterman Street. Turn RIGHT onto
North Main Street (Route 66 North) and follow directions below from
the Westmoreland County Courthouse.
From Westmoreland County
Courthouse on Main Street
Westmoreland County Courthouse on
Main Street has a large golden dome similar to the U.S. Capitol,
easily visible upon approach. From the Courthouse northeast corner
at Main and Otterman Streets, follow Main Street north up the hill
and go through 2 traffic lights (the second light is at Rite-Aid).
Approximately 0.4 miles past Rite-Aid), you will see a yellow
diamond-shaped directional sign (Y) indicating Old Salem Road
ahead. Bear RIGHT on to Old Salem Road. Proceed 0.3 miles and turn
RIGHT into the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center parking lot,
marked by a stone sign along the road. The Greensburg Garden and
Civic Center is a green brick building.
Should you miss this turn-off, follow to the next
light. Shop ‘n’ Save will be on your left. Turn RIGHT onto Old Salem
Road and make an immediate RIGHT, Proceed 0.2 miles and turn LEFT
into the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center parking lot.