Concerts & Events

Find our current listings for all upcoming concerts and events held at the historic Roxy Theater in downtown Morton, Washington.

2020 Season

Heating Up:  The Ethics of Climate Change

A free virtual public discussion
October 14 at 6:30 p.m.

For centuries we’ve told a story about our relationship to nature. If we changed the story, could we save the planet?  CC East, Humanities Washington and Cent. College Foundation cohost this engaging presentation and discussion on an important topic of our time.  Presented by Brian G. Henning, Professor, Gonzaga University.

Register for this event here.

Civil Conversation in an Angry Age

A free virtual public discussion
October 28 at 6:30 p.m.

At what point does a conversation become a battle? Why do some opinions inflame our emotions, leading to anger, fights, and even the end of relationships with family and friends?

Philosopher David E. Smith takes a deep look at those moments when civility breaks down. By mapping the structure of how we converse, and digging into the root causes of both civility and incivility, Smith explores how we can have meaningful, respectful conversations on notoriously difficult topics like politics, religion, and morality. In our increasingly polarized political environment, Smith provides participants with the tools needed to embark upon more thoughtful, fruitful discussions.

Register for this event here.

Past 2020 Events

Stationary Stones at Winter Stock

A GED Benefit Concert at the Tiller Arts Center
January 11
Tickets:  By donation


A Dark Divide Film Screening

Independent Film Screening
September 18, 19 & 21 at 7 p.m.
Tickets:  $10

The Roxy is proud to host this regional premiere of The Dark Divide.  The full-length film is based on the experiences of renowned butterfly expert Dr. Robert M. Pyle, as recorded in his award-winning book, Where Bigfoot Walks.  This is a search for Bigfoot in so many ways.  Pyle goes deep into the lore and legend surrounding Sasquatch as he embarks on a life-changing trek through one of America’s most important unprotected wildlands–Gifford Pinchot’s Dark Divide.  Prior to the screening on Saturday, September 19, Dr. Pyle himself will be at the Roxy, be introduced, and will share a few words and answer a few questions.

Starring David Cross and Debra Messing. Written by Tom Putnam and Robert Pyle.  Directed by Tom Putnam.

Due to COVID cautions, seating will be very limited. Thank you to our audience for caring for each other by wearing masks and by socially distancing.

Tickets avaliable here online until 5:00 p.m. before each show and, afterward at the box office if not sold out.

2020 Membership Appreciation Night

September 26 at 5:30 p.m.
Free to members!

Join us in celebrating our members and what the Roxy Theater has in store for the future.  FMAC’s Membership Appreciation Dessert Bar, kicks off at 5:30pm at the Roxy Theater.  On the agenda is board elections, recorded entertainment and movie “Back to the Future” on the big screen!     If you can’t attend, it will be streamed live at 6:00 pm on Facebook: “Fire Mountain Arts Council.”  Cal 360-496-3344 to RSVP by September 19.

Due to COVID cautions, attendance must be limited to 45 people.  Thank you for caring for each other by wearing masks – except when eating dessert, of course – and by socially distancing.  The Roxy Theater has every other row “taped off,” and this has worked well for the recent movies.

If you have not yet your FMAC membership, or wish to become a member, you may pay the $50 member fee at the door.

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