Pay It Forward

Our Teen Youth Volunteer Service  group  

meets on Wednesday afternoons from 3:45 - 5 pm.

Interested teens 12-16  years are welcome. 

More information HERE


Please help support the Fine Arts Center

Our Mission is Empowering lives through the Arts. We are an IRS 501 C (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and providing affordable fine arts opportunities for youth and families in the community. No child is turned away because of inability to pay. 

*All donated funds go directly to supporting classes and programs.  We offer free bi-monthly parent child preschool programs, afterschool classes, summer camps, a year round theatre program for youth and adults, year round free teen activities, adult classes and a nationally recognized World of Puppetry Museum.

Donations help us keep these programs affordable and/or free so that no child is left out because of inability to pay.  We also welcome funds to help cover the building renovation or supporting a concert series. 

For a single donation, please click here:

For monthly donations, please click here:

Payment Options

We are also part of "Give Local" for Box Elder county.
Also part of BEArts

12" - 18" metal note engraved with your name prominently displayed on the turquoise accent wall in the Fine Arts Center's entry way.

Donations from  $5,000 + ..............  18" Gold note

                              $2,500 - $4,999 .... 15" Silver note

                              $1,000 - $2,499 .... 12" Bronze note

6" note engraved with your name prominently displayed in the Fine Arts Center's entry way.

Donations from

$500 - $999 .... Gold note

$250 - $499 .... Silver note

$100 - $249 .... Bronze note                              

Become a

"Noteworthy Donor"

of the Fine Arts Center

 Week of April 5th 2021       Here's our review of  current and upcoming events:

PRESCHOOL PUPPET STORYTIME  with Miss Joyce: Is this Friday at 9:30 am. For preschoolers 3-5 years accompanied by an adult.  Fun stories, cute ideas, poems, or songs to interact to, loveable puppet characters, and a craft idea to take home.  This is being offered live - adults and older youth 4 and up are still asked to wear their masks.

Suggested $2 donations for kids attending .  It will also be video'd and presented on Facebook next week.  

Come join us for a blast from the past as our annual teen production brings us a lively  musical full of great songs, lovable characters. and drama.  This magical show  with a story line that follows a back to the future theme  is on stage this Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday evening April 8-10 and 12th at 7 pm with a matinee on Saturday at  2:30 pm.   Get tickets HERE.   Current Covid precautions will be followed including masks and social distancing. 

   We are sanitizing after each group and class.  We are also requiring masks and are social distancing as possible.  We hope you will continue to support us in our classes and events. 

TALENT NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA AND AUDITIONS:  We still have a couple openings for persons wishing  to share their talents in a night of light hearted fun and celebration- The Talent Night Extravaganza is set for Friday April 16 at 7:30 pm.  Call us at 435-723-0740  or contact us  at   to schedule an audition appointment. OR save the date and reserve your seat to be part of our live audience for the event.   Tickets HERE

NEXT PAINT PARTY:  April 10, 1 pm "Untouched Wilderness".  We still have a few openings for this fun More info HERE.  

Attention Artists - both professional and amateur: We hope you ar working on your art.  Our ART-TELL competition and show will be here next week with entries accepted starting Tuesday April  13.   More information with call to Entry info  HERE

Youth Art and Storytelling Contests: 

We held our  Youth Art Contest - Entries were received  March 24 and we are grateful and impressed with those who took the time and energy to participate. The art work will be on display April 12 through 17, 2 - 7:30 pm as part of our Annual ART-TELL celebration.   The Youth Awards reception will be held Tuesday, April 13 at 6 pm.  

The Youth Storytelling Contest has been postponed -  Please call by  April 9  to let us know you would like to  participate at   435-723-0740  More basic guidelines info HERE

Spring Break Activity:  "Good Vibrations" was a lot of fun.Our Theme this year was on sound waves, we tried our skills at  recognizing musical instruments, making our own instruments,  and making music and sound tracks with other various materials and objects.   

SUMMER PROGRAMS: Summer is fast approaching and we are working on our summer camp schedule for youth and teens.  We have most of  our camps finalized with  registation open now and all of summer dates there by April 15.  You can now  register for camps in Art, Theatre, Music and Puppetry. There will also be a weekly story time for ages 2 to 7.   Find out more HERE

Summer Auditions Such As Peter And The Starcatcher and 2021 Summer Apollo Can Be Found Here

SAFETY MEASURES:   We are part of  "Stay Safe to Stay Open" and will be following Covid safety guidelines until the mandates change.  Audiences and students are being asked to wear masks and maintain social distancing. We will do our part in regular sanitizing.Keep washing your hands, wear your masks, and stay healthy!  

                      Susan Neidert for The Fine Arts Center 

We are offering

FREE online ink drawing class


Help Us Keep

Our Boat Afloat!

 We believe good art experiences help students and adults not only learn new skills but develop their creativity, their self-confidence and their appreciation for community. We have enjoyed helping over 4500 youth a year and would like to continue to do so.  AND We  were able to keep several  programs going during the Covid 19 pandemic,  and  have   re-initiated  most of our classes- because of this help! 

We are almost  to our $3600 goal -  down to our last 10%  and challenging folks to help us finish  this fundraising drive.   A last $400 will help us put together our  summer camps and classes.  Will you help? 

Donate $100 or more and get your name engraved on a musical note prominently displayed in the Fine Arts Center's

Ticket Booth Tower. 

Week 16 of our
"Help Us Keep Our Boat Afloat" Fundraiser!
Donate at the right or at 

Here is one of our  Promotional Videos

"Help Us Keep Our Boat Afloat" 

Other groups that use the Fine Arts Center

*Tanner Dance: U of U creative dance satellite program, Satelite Class in Brigham City by Sandy Christensen - to be postponed for the 2020-2021 school year. 

*Guitar Lessons w/Austin Weyand: group & private lessons ( Tuesdays or Thursdays as arranged. 

*Art Lessons w/Kelly Donavan: or call  435-225-3536

*Discounts for any of these programs are not guaranteed by the Fine Arts Center, but are provided by the individual instructors and/or the programs they represent. 

Next Open Mic Night 

is scheduled for Saturday, April 24
 at 7 pm

Hope to see you there!

Paint Party

April 10,   1-4 pm

     Come join us for a fun afternoon where you will create a beautiful 11  14" oil painting on canvas.

"Untouched wilderness"

Click Here to register

We are a 501 c (3)  nonprofit and your donations are tax deductible .

Buy a Puppet
and help support the Fine Arts Center!
Lots of choices. 
Pick it up or we'll
mail it to you.
See options 


Call to be put on our meeting reminder

Improv Contact List: 435-723-0740

Get Time And Time Again Tickets Here


Improv's next meeting times are:

Friday, April 2, 6 - 7:30 pm and

Friday, April 23, 8 - 9:30 pm

Accordion Bunny

A fun spring craft for 

all your little bunnies.

Accordion Bunny

Go to this page for a printable copy of the Accordion Bunny

Current Show
Musical THeatre Dance Workshop