Discover the Gallatin Gateway Community Center
From weddings and reunions, to meetings & fundraisers, the Gallatin Gateway Community Center is a hub of activity from the Gallatin Valley to Big Sky. Scroll down for information on rentals, scholarships, and the GGCC story.
What We Offer
The GGCC provides an abundance of services within our community, and beyond. Check out how you can take advantage of all we offer, and come explore our beautiful place in the valley.
The Gallatin Gateway Community Center is a creation of the Willing Workers Ladies' Aid - a group of dedicated, community-minded women who formed over a century ago as a volunteer community service organization. Today, the Center hosts everything from community meals and meetings to fundraisers and blood drives.
The groundbreaking of the center was in the summer of 1992 and construction ended in late summer of 1994. Ladies Aid gals provided coffee break refreshments and a hearty lunch for the volunteers that showed up to work on Saturdays.
The entire project was done through volunteer labor, but the WWLA took out a construction loan to get the project finished and open for the community. The loan was paid within 5 years.
The Center Today:
Event Venue & Community Hub
The venue is available for rent to weddings, parties, receptions, reunions, homeowner association meetings, and other business and social events. The Center is also used for ongoing community events, fundraisers, and live performances.
For more information, visit our Venue page.