2017 Concerts & Events

Winter Youth Showcase

High School Arts Programs Collaborate
January 28 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $9 adults ($10 at the door), $5 children

High School education and arts programs collaborate as actors, artists, dancers, musicians, and vocalists share their talents with the audience.

Cabin Fever Series

All January – Sunday movies at 2 p.m.
Tickets: $5 adults, $3 children

Jan 1: “The Road to Bali” 1952 film featuring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope

Jan 8: “Ridin’ Down the Canyon” 1942 film featuring Roy Rodgers and Sons of the Pioneers

Jan 15: “The Inspector General” 1949 film featuring Danny Kaye

Jan 22: “National Velvet” 1944 film featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Mickey Rooney

Jan 29: “Santa Fe Trail´ 1940 film featuring Errol Flynn and Ronald Reagan

Oly Mountain Boys

Foot-stomping, Toe-tapping Bluegrass
March 4 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $9 adults ($10 at the door), $5 children

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The Oly Mountain Boys play bluegrass with high-energy drive and a Pacific Northwest bent, mixing traditional tunes with revolutionary bluegrass compositions. By combining picking prowess with tight three-part vocal harmonies, the band aims to showcase the power and appeal of a truly American musical form.

The Brothers Rowe

Rock ’n’ Roll, Blues, Country, and Gospel
March 18 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $9 adults ($10 at the door), $5 children

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Three brothers playing the guitar, bass guitar and drums entertain with lively music and song.

OnStage Dance-A-Thon Fundraiser

At the Tiller Arts Center
March 25, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Admission: $5 per person

Dance all 12 hours, only dance to certain songs, or just watch. Choose your own way to dance! Come out and support the Kids of OnStage Children’s Theatre Education Program in their Spring production, at the Tiller Arts Center in Morton WA. Lots of music, refreshments, and of course DANCING!

6th Annual Rain Festival

Help us celebrate the rain!
April 8 at 4 p.m.
Admission by donation

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Help us “celebrate the rain!” Enjoy a large screen sing-a-long, and armchair aerobics. Participate in the Umbrella Parade. Win door Prizes! Enjoy refreshments! Festival will be followed by a rain-themed video at 7 p.m.

Children’s Dance Recital

June 3 at 2 p.m.

Enjoy children ages 3-15 dance to tap, jazz, creative movement, and lyrical dances.

Centralia College Lyceum Lecture Series

Thursdays, April 13 – June 1, Noon to 12:50 p.m.

Speakers on a wide range of topics—join us in learning! Drop in for individual lectures, or register for the series for $25. Contact Centralia College East for the lecture schedule and to register: 360-496-5022.

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April 13: Fred Schwindt & April Doolittle “Waterways: Exploring the World by Kayak”

April 20: Annie Schinnell, Wildland Firefighter “What Smokey Bear Isn’t Telling You”

April 27: Vince Perez, Association of Washington Student Leaders “Ethnic Studies –A Conversation Today”

May 4: David Peterson, Centralia College Instructor “Mechatronics in the Classroom & Workplace”

May 11: Nickel Wood, International Mountain Guides “Climbing Rainier: One Foot in Front of the Other”

May 18: Steve Hoecker, Singer/Songwriter “The Art of Writing Songs”

May 25: Mikhael Tran, Firefighter/EMT “Smells Like Something is Burning: Sniffing our your passion in life”

June 1: Doug Anderson, Trout Lake PCT “Angel Stories of the Pacific Crest Trail: Angel Encounters”

Roxy Benefit Golf Tournament

At Ironwood Greens in Glenoma
June 10 at 9:30 a.m.
Entry fee: $30

The 5th Annual Roxy Golf Tournament at Ironwood Greens, Glenoma, features 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 $30/person includes 12 holes and a complementary Roxy Theater movie ticket. Thanks for supporting your community theater.

Total Experience Gospel Choir

June 25 at 4 p.m.
Admission by donation

The Total Experience Gospel Choir bursts with love, joy and enthusiasm. It is hailed as one of the Pacific NW’s finest soulful ensembles. Pastor Patrinell Staten Wright started the group as a gospel music class at Seattle’s Franklin High School in 1973. Since then, the choir has grown to become a nationally and internationally known gospel singing group.

All Day Sing – Shape Note Singing

At the Tiller Arts Center
August 26, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Admission by donation

Shape notes are a music notation designed to facilitate congregational and community singing. The notation, introduced in 1801, became a popular teaching device in American singing schools. Shapes were added to the note heads in written music to help singers find pitches within major and minor scales without the use of more complex information found in key signatures on the staff.

Membership Appreciation Gala Dinner

September 16 at 6:30 p.m.

Membership Appreciation Night welcomes Fire Mountain Arts Council members to an entertaining evening of live entertainment, a bit of business, and a tasty meal. Want to be part of the fun? Join Fire Mountain Arts Council at the door, at the BCJ Gallery, or by mail. Click here for the membership brochure. Member dues for 2017-2018 is $50, and include four complimentary tickets valued at up to $10 each.

Peril of the Plains (and other foolery)

Roxy Players Traveling Troupe
October 7 at 7 p.m.Onalaska Apple Harvest Festival
June 24 at 7 p.m. – Packwood Grade School Gym
July 8 & 22 at 7 p.m.Roxy Theater stage

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The evil and greedy Medusa Dunnit has taken over the sleepy little town of Critter Crossing with the help of weak-willed Judge Wally Wessell and nasty Sheriff Black Burt Bushwacker. Who will step forward to help plucky Penelope Fortune save Critter Crossing’s Orphan School and Old Folks Home from these evil villains? The entertaining evening is complete with vaudeville-style comedy and music.

Classic Movie Double Feature

Remembering Two Giants of Hollywood: Crosby & Flynn Saturday
October 14 at 2 p.m.
Tickets: $5

Errol Flynn and Olivia de Haviland in Santa Fe Trail Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour in Road to Bali.

Autumn Music Fest

October 15 at 4 p.m.
Admission by donation.

Autumn Music Fest brings soloists and ensembles from area churches and choirs together for an inspirational musical program. Sponsored by DeVaul Publishing.

GED Scholarship Concert

Presented by Centralia College East, Our Literacy Council, Fire Mountain Arts Council.
October 18 at 7 p.m.
Admission by donation.

Featuring The Stationary Stones (Glenn Cowles, Kent Raible, and special guest Steve Hoecker ) playing classic rock hits and original songs. All proceeds help Our Literacy Council provide GED Testing Scholarships for local students. Make a night of it and have dinner at Rivers Coffeehouse & Bistro prior to the concert. Rivers is donating 20% of its dinner sales.

Psycho Fright Night Bite

Hitchcock Dinner and Movie
October 22, 6pm at the Tiller Arts Center

Tickets $25. Purchase by October 20.

Psycho with Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh following dinner by Creative Catering served by the Zombies.

“Thriller” OnStage Halloween Fundraiser

For a donation of AT LEAST $10, Morton city limits residents can have a flashmob of dancers perform the Thriller dance on your lawn on Halloween evening. Performances will start happening around town at approx. 6 pm. If you would like to sponsor a performance for yourself or someone else within Morton city limits, please email Genny Greiter at mortonroxyonstage@gmail.com or call her at 360-496-5060. It’s a THRILL!

Tribute to Veterans – USO Show

November 11 at 7 p.m.
Tickets: $15 General Audience, $10 Veterans, $7 Students/Children

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

11th Annual Christmas in the Mountains

Festival of Trees at BCJ Gallery and the Roxy.
December 7, 8 from 11am to 4pm. December 9 from 11am to auction closing at 5pm.
Silent auction to benefit Barbara Clevenger Johnson Gallery: bid and vote for your favorite trees.
Bah, Humbug! at the Roxy
December 8, 7pm and December 9, 2pm
Living Nativity at the Roxy
Saturday, December 9, 5:30pm