Thank you to our Partners

Partners

Fire Mountain Arts Council is proud to connect with outstanding community organizations and businesses. We work together to enrich our community, both economically and culturally.

Cowlitz River Valley Historical Society

Cowlitz River Valley Historical Society’s Morton complex includes the historic Morton Depot, Interpretive Center / Museum, and Visitor Center. Visit Facebook page.

East Lewis County Chamber of Commerce

This energetic group of local individuals and business leaders create a growing and vibrant business community in Morton and the greater Lewis County region. Visit Website

Morton Visitors Center

Jointly operated by the Historical Society and Chamber, the Visitor Center directs tourists to attractions and lodging in the region. Fire Mountain Arts Council collaborates with the Visitors Center to provide visitor information at the BCJ Gallery.

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Centralia College East

CCEast represents Centralia College’s dedication to meeting educational needs of the residents in all of Lewis County. The college helped equip the Roxy Theater and uses the theater for classes and lectures. Together the college and arts council create live summer theatre. Visit Website

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City of Morton

The city government provides valued services promoting a sense of community in Morton. City lodging tax fund help support marketing for arts council events. Visit Website

East County Journal

The East County Journal proudly provides a voice for eastern Lewis County. The Journal is the media sponsor for the Roxy Season and spreads Roxy excitement with frequent photos and articles. Visit Website

Morton Loggers' Jubilee

The second weekend in August, the Morton Loggers’ Jubilee promises a good time for all: Main Street Parade, Lawnmower Races, “the Granddaddy of all Logging Shows,” and much more, including live theatre at the Roxy. Visit Website

Port Blakely

Committed to stewardship and sustainability, Port Blakely works to cultivate a healthy world by caring for their forests as well as their communities. Their support over many years has greatly strengthened Fire Mountain Arts Council’s programs. Visit Website.

The Community Foundation of South Puget Sound

Through its donors’ generosity, the Foundation supports arts, education, health and human services, and environmental projects in Thurston, Lewis, and Mason counties, including generously supporting our OnStage Youth Theatre Education Program. Visit Website.

Dawkins Charitable Trust

Fire Mountain Arts Council is honored to have received support from this private family trust for the OnStage Youth Theatre Education Program.