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Where Arts & Culture Thrive!

Americans for the Arts defines cultural districts as well-recognized, labeled areas of a city in which a high concentration of cultural facilities and programs serve as the main anchor of attraction. They help strengthen local economies, create an enhanced sense of place, and deepen local cultural capacity.

The ARTisTREE District in Greensburg is just such a place.  Designated by the Greensburg City Council in August of 2018, the District includes dozens of art assets, unique businesses and restaurants with international cuisine.  Amenities continue to develop and we encourage you to immerse yourself in the District.  Explore the offerings and attend an event.  You'll be glad you did.  An interactive Google map below will help you learn about the District and its offerings.  The Master Plan for the ARTisTREE District is linked here.

The latest project in the District is a new amphitheater under construction in Rebekah Park.  The amphitheater was supported by a grant from Duke Energy and funding from the Visitor's & Recreation Commission.  The facility will be scheduled by the Parks & Recreation and will host small concerts, events and perhaps even weddings!  You can view the plans and location below.


Rebekah Park Overview

ARTisTREE District Map (pdf)
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