2016 Concert & Events

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FMAC Membership Appreciation Night

At the Tiller Arts Center
September 17 at 6:00 p.m.

Alpine State of Mind

Alpine State of Mind

Sponsored by Centralia College East Organization of Students
At the Roxy Theater
June 15 at 7:00 p.m.

Northwest native and fellow Mortonite Jason Hummel learned to ski in the backcountry at age six, but he didn’t pick up photography until his best friend, Ben Manfredi passed away in a kayaking accident in late 2003. It was with Ben’s camera that Jason took his first images and found that he had a passion for photography. In late 2009, as the markets were crashing Jason left his career as a financial advisor to go ski, hike, bike and kayak. Along the way he was asked if he’d publish his images. It was then that Jason discovered that photography was more to his liking than crunching numbers and advising clients on the best way to invest their life savings, so instead he took his own advice and invested his life savings into himself. These days, the return on that investment can be seen in his images, which continue to grow and develop as he expands his horizons.

Donations will be accepted to be shared between Fire Mountain Arts Council and Friends of CCEast.

Dance Recital - 2016

Dance Recital

At Roxy Theater
Friday, June 17 at 6:30 p.m.

Eatonville Dance Center’s Morton students will perform on their hometown stage! Contact Eatonville Dance for more information on classes and participation! The group practices every Monday at the Tiller Arts Center.

$10 for adults
$8 for children and seniors

Concert - Total Experience Gospel Choir

Total Experience Gospel Choir

June 26 at 4 p.m.
Admission by donation. Open seating

Gaining international renown since their inception in 1973, TEC is one of the Pacific Northwest’s finest soulful ensembles, bursting with joy and enthusiasm.

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A Day of Downton

At Roxy Theater & Tiller Arts Center
Saturday, March 20
Starting at 1 PM

Celebrate the six beautiful seasons of Downton Abbey as we recap the era’s history, fashion, manners, food, and music!

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FMAC Bowling Tournament

Saturday, March 19 at 2:00pm
at Morton Victory Lanes, 834 Westlake Ave., Morton

The $20 entry fee includes shoe rental for this 3 game tournament!
Great prizes, including Roxy Theater movie tickets!

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5th Annual Rain Festival

Let’s Celebrate Rain!

April 16 at 4 p.m.

View photos from the festival

Admission by donation

Let’s Celebrate Rain! Enjoy the Variety Show with the music of the Mountain High Community Singers, Laugh-in Wall, Mash Ups, the beloved Armchair Aerobics, Umbrella Parade, Door Prizes and Rainy-Day Snacks.

OnStage’s Dance-Athon

April 23rd from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
at Tiller Arts Center

Fundraiser for the spring production of The Secret Garden. Invite your friends!

Admission/Entry fee – $5 per person
Dance Team entries – $3 per person

OnStage Tea Party

OnStage Children’s Theatre invites you to join us for an English Tea Party
inspired by The Secret Garden.

Saturday, May 7 at 4pm
at Tiller Arts Center

Bring a friend or make new friends and enjoy games, food and entertainment. Dressed up or dressed down, we just want to see your smiling faces.

Admission by donation.

Roxy Benefit Golf Tourney

At Ironwood Green, Glenoma
June 11 at 9:30 a.m.
Cost: $40

The 4th Annual Roxy Golf Tournament at Ironwood Greens in Glenoma features fun, 50/50 raffle, prizes, and events such as: Long Drive for men and women; Nearest the Pin for 2 holes for men and women. Participation fee of $40/person includes 12 holes, refreshments, and complementary Roxy Theater movie ticket. For more information, please contact Ron Field roan57@lewiscounty.com. Thanks for supporting your community theater!

The perfect way to herald in the summer with some light outdoor exercise and comaraderie.

Autumn Music Fest

October 16 at 4 p.m.
Admission by donation. Donations will support children’s theater scholarships.

Autumn Music Fest brings soloists and ensembles from area churches together for an inspirational musical program. Food donations will be accepted for Morton and Mineral food banks at the show. Sponsored by DeVaul Publishing.

Once Upon a Murder

Mystery Dinner Party
At the Tiller Arts Center
October 22 at 6 p.m.
Tickets: $30. Open seating.

View photos from the performance

After the mysterious disappearance of Cinderella, Prince Charming is throwing a ball to find a new bride. But a murder occurs. Who did it? The disappointed fairy godmother, the devious dwarf, the pouting princess, the prince himself? In a kingdom where jealousy, betrayal and deception are common, it will be up to you to find the culprit so that everyone can live happily ever after.

Costumes are highly encouraged. The best outfit will receive an award! To rent a costume, leave a message for Louise at the BCJ Gallery (360-496-0542).

Tickets available online through October 16 and beginning October 5, at the BCJ Gallery. Purchase your ticket by October 20 and receive a timely invitation to Prince Charming’s castle with details about your character and suggested costume.

concerts - Mountain High Community Singers

Mountain High Community Singers

Community Dinner and Choir Concert
October 27; Dinner at the Tiller Arts Center at 5:30 p.m. Concert following at the Roxy at 6:30 p.m.
Admission by donation. Donations will support children’s theater scholarships.

Enjoy repertoire that ranges from pop to sacred to Broadway after a chili and salad supper. (gluten-free/vegan options, too!) Potluck items welcome.

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Tribute to Veterans

Featuring Sounds of Swing
November 12 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $15 adults, $10 veterans, $7 students and children

A tribute to veterans! Celebrate our veterans with 1940’s USO-style entertainment: big band, dance, soloists, skits, and plenty of laughs.

Lyceum Lecture Series

Presented by Centralia College East
September 29 – December 1 on Thursdays, 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm

Join us for weekly lectures featuring speakers on topics ranging from wildfires to wildlife photography to mountain climbing in Africa. Drop in for an individual lecture for free, or support the series and register for the class. Class fee is $25 for the 9-lecture series. Contact Centralia College East to register: 360-496-5022.

2016 Schedule

  • Sept. 29 The Disappearing Art of Falling Big Timber (John Pollman)
  • Oct. 6 Caregiving: Joys and Challenges (Brad Larsen)
  • Oct. 13 Peace Corps Story: Environmental Education in Rural Nicaragua (Robi Nilson)
  • Oct. 20 Geologic Forces at Work on the Coast (Brittany Fagin)
  • Oct. 27 Washington Wildlife through the Camera Lens (Tom Kogut)
  • Nov. 3 Climbing in Africa: Kilimanjaro & Beyond (Charlotte Austin)
  • Nov. 10 Wildfire in Western Washington (Amanda Dales)
  • Nov. 17 The Monk, the Monastery, & the Sacred Stones (Steve Caskey)
  • Nov. 24 No Lecture / Thanksgiving
  • Dec. 1 Exploring Alternative Medicine (Vanessa Nixon Klein)

A partnership of Centralia College East and Fire Mountain Arts Council.

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10th Annual Festival of Trees

A Barbara Clevenger Johnson Gallery Benefit
At the Tiller Arts Center
December 7 at 7pm – December 10 at 6pm

Festivities and the silent auction begin with the unveiling of the indoor forest during the Festival of Trees Winter Wonderland Gala. On Thursday enjoy the Holiday Tea and Friday the Dessert Bar while you bid and vote for your favorite trees. Free.

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Christmas in the Mountains

Community-wide Event
December 10, from 10am to 6:30pm.

10am – 6pm, Festival of Trees at the Tiller Arts Center
10am – 12pm, Santa at Tiller Art Center & Hayrides at Roxy
2-4pm, Story of the Nutcracker at the Roxy
6pm, Living Nativity at the Roxy

Christmas in the Mountains – a community-wide event. Come to the Roxy for hayrides, cookies and cocoa and a living nativity at 6 p.m.

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