2014 Concerts Events


Dreaming of Winter in Paris?

January 25 at 2 p.m.
Fashion Show and Tea at Tiller Arts Center
Tickets: $20 Reserved Seating

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Save the plane fare! Enjoy fashions, entertainment, tea, plus desserts by Kerry Doege that a Parisian would envy. Sharlotte Hendrickson, Director.


The Illusion of Elvis – Danny Vernon

March 16, at 3 p.m.
Elvis Tribute Performance
Tickets: $15 – Reserved seating

Danny Vernon returns to re-create the excitement of Elvis in a show true to the integrity of Elvis—the man and his music.


3rd Annual Rain Festival

April 6 at 2:00 p.m.
Let’s Celebrate Rain!

Tickets: $7 adults, $5 seniors & children. Open seating

Let ’s celebrate rain at the 3rd Annual Rain Festival! Enjoy vocal and dance performances, large screen sing-alongs, rain fashion show, armchair aerobics, Mossyrock Drama preview, fabulous door prizes, and mud puddle cookies. Stay for showing of “Red River” starring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift.


Foreign Film Festival

April 5 – June 6
Fridays from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Centralia College East Class
Fee: $51

Foreign Film Festival is being offered through Centralia College East and is taught by Vann Cantin. Come and watch films at the Roxy from all over the world and stay afterwards for instructor-led discussions. Register in person at Centralia College East or by phone,360-496-5022.


Earth Day Lecture & Film: Forever Wild

April 22 at 7 p.m.
Donations welcome

In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, the Roxy proudly presents the film, Forever Wild along with a presentation by Andrea Durham with the U.S. Forest Service. Donations welcome, benefiting scholarships for CCEast students and the Roxy Theater. View Forever Wild movie trailer.


Trekking with the Snow Leopard

May 14 at 7 p.m.
Event is free and open to the public.

Steve Caskey will share an evening of images and stories from his three-week journey through the Dolpo region of Nepal. His trek took him close to the Tibetan border, across the Himalayan crest to the Tibetan plateau. The trek involved the physical and mental challenges associated with hiking across nine passes over 15,000 feet elevation and two over 18,000 feet. In addition to the breathtaking scenery, Steve will share his insights into the Tibetan culture through the people he encountered. Caskey’s talk, “Trekking with the Snow Leopard”, speaks of his initial interest in this journey which was sparked by reading The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen. The book describes an unforgettable spiritual journey through the Himalayas. Now 21 years after reading the book, Caskey shares his own journey. Donations will be accepted for the CCEast Scholarship Awards and Fire Mountain Arts Council.


A Bit of Bad Luck

June 27 at 7pm; June 28 at 2pm & 9pm

Tickets available at the door.
Fri & Sat Evening Showings: $8 adults; $6 children, students, seniors
Saturday Matinee: Admission by donation

Filmed in our community of Morton! Brooks Caldwell, (Cary Elwes) an erudite and handsome lawyer, seems to have it all: wealth, social status and a red hot career. His success is, in reality, a product of his marriage to his beautiful, socialite wife, Amanda, (Terri Polo) a wealthy timber heiress. Unlike most, who would remain content to enjoy a life of luxury and privilege, Brooks continues to risk everything by having extramarital affairs. Brooks’ philandering, in addition to humiliating Amanda, has driven her to the point of a mental breakdown. Having been pushed over the edge, Amanda orchestrates a just and elaborate plan to bring her husband down. When Brooks leaves for a weekend romp with his latest squeeze, (Agnes Bruckner) his life quickly descends into a bizarre, nightmarish, downward spiral. View movie trailer.


A Night with an Unborn Star

June 28, at 7:00 p.m.
Jacob Weber in Concert
Tickets: $10 Open seating

How often does a local musician graduate from high school and have his own show at the Roxy in the same month? Jacob is a singer/songwriter/guitarist with talent extraordinaire! He is registered for America’s Got Talent in Los Angeles—this young man is on his way. Let’s cheer him on!


Membership Appreciation Night

At the Tiller Arts Center
September 27 at 6 p.m.

FMAC members and those who wish to join are invited to an evening of entertainment, a bit of business, and good food. Wish to join? Do so at the door. RSVP BCJ Gallery 360-496-0542


Fall Lyceum Lecture Series

Sponsored by Centralia College East
October 1 – December 3, 2015
Wednesdays 12:00-12:50 p.m.

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The Lyceum Lecture Series, sponsored by Centralia College East, may be taken for college credit or as a community education class. Drop in for one lecture, or sign up for the class and attend them all! To register or for more information, call 360-496-5022.

Oct. 1 Aaron Schmidt, Department of Natural Resources: “Wildland Fire Ecology”

Oct. 8 Steve Caskey: “Trekking with the Snow Leopard”

Oct. 15 Roy Wilson, Honorary Chief of the Cowlitz Tribe: “Teachings of the Medicine Wheel”

Oct. 22 Skie Bender, Education Outreach Specialist, Wolf Haven: “Wolves in Washington”

Oct. 29 Ray Yurkewycz, Mount St. Helens Institute:“The Biological Renaissance of Mount St. Helens”

Nov. 5 Janet Oakley, Writer & Historian: “The Civilian Conservation Corps in Washington”

Nov. 12 Scott Beason, Geologist/ Mt. Rainier National Park: “Landscape Responses to Climate Changes at Mount Rainier”

Nov. 19 Jim Riley: “A Photographic Hiking Tour Around Mount Adams”

Nov. 26 A.J. Hostak, Cispus Challenge Course Manager: “The Big Picture: Challenge Course Elements & Philosophy”

Dec. 3 Andrea Durham, Recreation Planner & Wilderness Manager: “Why Wilderness?”


Autumn Music Fest

October 19 at 4 p.m.
Tickets: $5 adults, $2 children ages 6-12, children under 6 free. Open seating.

Favorite soloists, ensembles, and church choirs come together to present a varied musical program. Sponsored by The East County Journal.

Tree Army / Tree Soldier

Wednesday, November 5, at 7:00 p.m.

Free – donations welcomed.

Enjoy this two-part program featuring the work and impact of the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Tree Army
The Civilian Conservation Corps in Washington State, 1933-1941

Janet Oakley, writer and historian, describes the CCC’s impact on our state’s natural resources—and the men who worked to preserve them—highlighting the creation and culture of CCC logging camps. A partnership with Mineral School and Humanities Washington. Followed by:

Tree Soldier
Readers’ Theatre – a Short Play

Adapted from Janet Oakley’s award-winning novel, this script takes us into the lives in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). A government forestry camp set deep in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest might not seem the likely place to find redemption, but in 1935, Park Hardesty hopes for just that.


In Honor of Veterans
Featuring Sound of Swing

Saturday, November 15 at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: $15
All veterans receive $5 discount.

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


Roxy Christmas Festival
Barbara Clevenger Johnson Gallery Benefit

December 3-6 & 10-12, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. &
December 13, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Experience a wonderland of creativity and generosity. Bid and vote for your favorites in this 8-day silent-auction event. Free admission.


Christmas in the Mountains
Community-wide Event

Saturday, December 13, 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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Come to the Roxy and celebrate the holiday season! Go for a hayride, witness a living nativity, stay for a free movie – and more. Let’s celebrate Christmas in the Mountains! Free admission to events.

  • Roxy Christmas Festival Silent Auction at the Barbara Clevenger Johnson Gallery – 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • Hayrides, caroling, cookies and hot cocoa – 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Free
  • Community Tree Lighting at Gus Backstrom Par – 5:00 p.m. Free
  • Living Nativity – 5:30 p.m. Free
  • The Little Rascals (two short films) – 6:00 to 6:40 p.m. Free
  • Roxy regular movie – 7:00 p.m.
  • Roller skating at the Lion’s Hall – 7:00 p.m.