The Whittier School was built in 1908 and holds school day memories for many locals. It was purcheased from Logan School district in 1992 and has undergone various rehabilitative projects. Each year, another goal is met in keeping up with building standards to make sure that the Whittier School is available for many years of community service. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places. A self-guided walking tour of the building is available by calling the information number listed below.
In operation for 15 years, the Whittier Community Center provides meeting space for over 25 different community organizations. There is an accessible community garden, playground and neighborhood park on the grounds, and a commercial kitchen and gymnasium that can be rented. Activities held at the building range from once a month Contra dances to martial arts to religious services and various clubs. It is also home of the Cache Valley School of Ballet. The center serves people that have immigrated from different countries, providing a meeting place, information and training. Call the information number below to find out about current events such as the yearly Vittles and Fiddles dinner, the May Day or Renaissance Faire events, various carnivals and public meetings.