Tiller Arts & Events Center

Tiller Arts & Events Center

Plan your next event with us! The center offers beautiful surroundings for your wedding, reception, reunion, birthday, conference or meeting. The building is approximately 4,400 square feet with a large ballroom, a lobby and restrooms on the upper floor and on the lower level a kitchen and large room shared with costumes and dressing rooms. Contact Brad Nelson at 360-304-1857 for information and reservations.

About Tiller Arts & Events Center

Built in 1954 as a Masonic Temple, the Tiller Arts & Events Center contains many decorative handcrafted features. Mahogany-inlaid wainscoting surrounds the upstairs room while the floor, jigsaw-cut black and white, is a replica of the floor found in King Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem. Handcrafted doors greet you at every turn. The attention to detail and craftsmanship in the Tiller is unmistakable.


Come and join the dance, song, music, and drama classes at the Roxy Theater and Tiller Arts & Events Center complex. 

Centralia Ballet Academy Classes at the Tiller

ON HOLD DUE TO COVID: Centralia Ballet Academy will be holding dance classes at the Tiller Arts & Events Center.  The classes will be once a week and run through June when the dancers will participate in an end-of-the-year recital.  Below are the names of the classes, times, and costs.
  • Explore Dance for 4-6 year olds, 3:45 PM-4:30 PM, $45 a month
  • Explore Ballet for 6-8 year olds, 4:45 PM-5:45 PM, $50 a month
  • Ballet 1 for 8 years and older, 5:45 PM-6:45 PM, $50 a month
  • Musical Theatre for 8 years and older, 6:45 PM-7:45 PM, $50 a month
To register for the classes, please click here.
If you have any questions, email  info@centraliaballet.com or text 360-623-9010.

Bellydance Lessons at the Tiller

ON HOLD DUE TO COVID: Vanessa Nixon Klein offers Belly Dance Classes Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 888-817-1831. 

Looking for costumes to rent?

Contact Us

The Tiller Arts & Events Center is adjacent to the Roxy Theater and just down the block from the BCJ Gallery of Fine Arts.