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The History of Gladish Community & Cultural Center

Originally the Gladish Community and Cultural Center was made up of three individual buildings; one of which was a tower. 

Early History

1892

  • Pullman's students were only housed in the tower

1931

  • All three buildings are now housed by students

1933

  • Fire breaks out damaging the buildings and destroying the iconic tower

Late History

1954

  • Renovations are made with a performing arts wing addition, formal front stairways and the re-installation of the original terrazzo flooring

1968

  • The Montessori School of Pullman finds its home with in the walls of Gladish

Gladish Today

  • It is a beacon for community growth and development

  • Provides its facilities for Early Childhood Education, Arts and Cultural events, Recreation and Wellness, and more.

For more information about the Gladish Community and Cultural Center of Pullman, please visit: gladishcommunity.org.

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115 NW State St., Suite 109

Pullman, WA 99163

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