Located at 412 East Third Street, the former Moscow High School, built in 1912, is a three-story, 30,000 square foot building located on the edge of a historic residential neighborhood, just three blocks from the city's commercial core. It is an excellent example of classical style architecture built during the Progressive School Era, with classic details in brick and white terra cotta that are unique to the area.
This landmark is the home of Moscow's first multigenerational, multipurpose community center. The 1912 Center was purchased from the school district by the City of Moscow in 1997 from funds donated entirely by private citizens. Phase I of the project (Great Room, Kitchen and Pall Plaza) opened to the public in October 2001. Phase II (Senior Center and Friendship Hall) opened in June of 2002.
The West Wing project, approved by City Council on December 3, 2007 was opened to the public for use in November of 2008. This project added a public meeting space (The Fiske Room), an Arts Workshop and a dressing room/restroom to the existing spaces in the facility. For more information about these spaces, contact Heart of the Arts, Inc. (HAI) the facility's non-profit management company.
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Located at 412 East 3rd Street, the former Moscow High School, built in 1912, is a three-story, 30,000 square foot building located on the edge of a historic residential neighborhood, three blocks from the City's commercial core.
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