Our Pay It Forward

Teen Youth group Volunteer Service Program

is meeting weekly on Wednesdays 3:45 - 5 pm 

We will be following recommended  safety precautions.     

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:


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Payment Options

We are also part of "Give Local" for Box Elder county. Watch for more information about how we and other non-profits serve this community at  www.givelocalnu.org

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 + .............. Gold note

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

                              $1,000 - $2,499 .... 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                              

Or check out donation options amounts below to .

Become a

"Noteworthy Patron"

of the Fine Arts Center

October 5, 2020

COMMUNITY TALENT NIGHT:  Friday October 9th at 7 Pm ( doors open at 6:30 pm).   Need something fun to get out of the house for? Come be enlightened and inspired*.   Brigham has Talent  and we will be featuring an evening of very entertaining  talent:  A garage band,  Magic, vocals, hoola hoops, singer/songwriters, parodies, amazing piano players and more. Fundraiser Seating will be limited to allow social distancing and masks will be required for this 80 minute program.  A Facebook live version is also planned. Help us support  these local artisans and the Fine Arts Center's Youth Programming funds.  Tickets for live audience will be $ 5 ( *Show also planned to be featured on Facebook Live).  

MONSTER MANIA: We will be holding a modified version of our annual Fall Break Activity on Friday October 16th  ( during UEA) .   Students are invited to a puppet show, stories and the chance to design and make their own Monster head.  Here's a chance for  youth to challenge their creative tendencies and come up with their own unique take home creatures/characters.    The 90 minute program will be offered starting at 9:30am  and 12 noon .  Please register in advance to participate. Cost is  $3 per student.  Program  setting up for social distancing and asking participants to wear masks. 

 A HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR: Watch for more info on ticket sales for our  colorful Halloween show "The Monsters of  Hazeltine Manor".  The show is written and performed by our own teen Apollo Theatre Company and features a motley crew of monsters and a range of Halloween characters.  A sinister plot is unveiled. Will Halloween be ruined and Hazeltine Manor be destroyed?  Come laugh and cheer as the characters sing and dance their way through their dilemma. Full of parodied musical theatre songs from Newsies, Hairspray, and other fun musicals, you won't want to miss this Halloween "Spooktacular". The show is planned to be on stage  8 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening October 29, 30,and 31. Tickets will be $6 for adults and $5 for students. 

PRESCHOOL PUPPET &  MUSIC TIMES are  back, the 2nd and 4th  Fridays  of the  month,  at 9:30 am.  Come  meet  Miss Joyce and Miss Cristina for puppets, stories,  and songs.  We are set up for social distancing  and encourage parents to wear masks coming and going.   The session will be a little over a half hour and related craft kits will be available to take  home as we adjust to doing things a little differently for now.  We will continue to also  video tape the  presentation and  post it on Facebook the following week.  Our Facebook page is 'Fine Arts Center, Brigham City"  Past preschool sessions are on the facebook page , too. 

LATEST AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES:  Elementary Theater  Starting Tuesday October 6- November 24  4-5 pm for youth 7 to 12 years of age.   More info here

SAFETY MEASURES:  Please note,  We are part of  "Stay Safe to Stay Open" and will be following Covid safety guidelines.  Audiences and students are being  asked to wear masks. 

Teen Improv is back!  watch for various  1st and 3rd Friday nights for this event: October 2 and 16 from 6 - 7:30 pm

The  World of Puppetry Museum is also now open on  first and third Saturdays from 1:00-4:00 pm. Please call a day ahead to schedule a visit. 


 Keep washing  your hands, wear your masks, and stay healthy !  Susan Neidert for The Fine Arts Center 

Register for some
Fall Classes still available. 

Check out this

page to see a list of

At-Home Craft Ideas

We are offering

FREE online ink drawing class

with one of our favorite art educators and artists, Jeffrey Lowe. 

These Ink Tutorials are in honor of "Ink-tober"

                   CLICK HERE

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. While we have been able to keep a few programs going during the Covid 19 pandemic, it has been a challenge and required learning new video skills.
Teen classes require more scholarships and most virtual classes are being offered for free. We’ve also lost rent income that helped us make ends meet. We are hoping to raise $3600 to help us stay on track and KEEP  a variety of  Fall  classes going. 
Please consider helping. Thanks to some really awesome people,  we are a little over half of the way there! 

Week 12 of our Help Us Keep Our Boat Afloat Fundraiser!
Donate at the right or at



Friday, Oct. 2
& Oct 16

6 - 7:30 pm

James and the Giant Peach Slide Show

More "Help Us Keep Our Boat Afloat" in above video

Other groups that use the Fine Arts Center

*Tanner Dance: U of U creative dance satellite program, www.tannerdance.utah.edu 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  435-452-2352www.austinweyand.com ( Tuesdays or Thursdays as arranged. 

*Art Lessons w/Kelly Donavan:

kellydonovanartschool@gmail.com 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. 

Call to be put on our

Improv contact list:  435-723-0740

Open Mic Night 

is back!

Saturday, October 17

7 pm

Paint Party

Nov. 14, 2020,   1-4 pm

Complete this 11x14" oil painting on

canvas in this "Paint Along With Me" class.

Ages 12 and older   $25 - includes all materials

pre-registration and pre-payment required

"Service is Peachy"

RE: Volunteer opportunities at the Fine Arts Center


Thanks to all the volunteers who helped with the

"Service is Peachy" projects

at the Fine Arts Center!

Halloween Show 
presented by

Apollo Theatre Company

The Monsters of Hazeltine Manor

October 29, 30 & 31

8 pm

$6 Adults / $5 Student

Buy tickets now


Community Talent Night, last Friday, was a grand success!  

Thanks to all the wonderful, talented participants! and Thanks to all who came out and supported them.