October Happenings
at the
Fine Arts Center

We've had a great summer and our last summer story hour and camp. Thanks to everyone who made it a great summer.  
Fall classes have started! There is still space in some classes. Some free teen programs require a $5 initial registration fee. REGISTER NOW!

Corey Christiansen Trio at the BC Fine Arts Center October 28, 2016
Music in the City 1st Concert of the Season, Friday October 28 at 7:30 pm.
Corey Christiansen blues and jazz is the opener on October 28 (postponed a week due to UEA). Tickets are $12 adult, $8 students, $10 seniors. Season tickets at $70 are now available. 
Corey Christiansen and his trio featuring Jay Lawrence and Denson Angulo will be playing blues, jazz standards, and music from his latest two recordings Lone Prairie and Factory girl in which he explores the fusion of jazz and music of the American Frontier.
Music in the City 2016-17 Season Tickets

Exciting Concert Season Coming!
Music in the City 2016-17
Artist line-up is set!

Season Tickets are now available! Your tickets will be held at will call.


• Open Mic Night - The next Open Mic session is set for Saturday, November 12, at 7 p.m

• Hansel and Gretel - The cast has been chosen:  Congrats to all who will be part of the show. If you didn't make it into this production don't give up - try out for "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown" (ages 14-18), or "Aladdin Jr Musical  (ages 8 to 17) coming up in 2017.  In the meantime, sign up for our great Theatre classes or Choir classes to give you the edge you need for the next audition.
Hansel and Gretel performance dates are
December 1, 2, 3 & 5.  Be sure to save the date.

• Many of the Fall After-School Classes have begun: Online registration for fall classes is now available!

• The Teen Think Tank is here! Teens in 8th through 12th grade are invited to join the tank - we'll find you food for thought and study space and help. 3-5 pm Monday through Thursday.  No fee, but registration is required. Feel free to call for questions. 435-723-0740. 

• PAY IT FORWARD -  Continues to meet at on  most Wednesdays 3:45 to 5:15 pm.  All interested students 12 to 15 years of age are welcome.
 On Wednesday October 6,  the group will  meet at the Fine Arts Center and finish work on tying a few fleece blankets AND work on a pumpkin bag project.   Come join us and learn a new skill or help your peers learn.

  • Think tank: 3-5 pm Monday through Thursday.  FREE  Join us for snacks , homework space and games
  • Pay It Forward: (youth volunteer service) Wednesday 3:45-5 p.m.- call to verify location and if any time changes based on service needs.  435-723-0740.
  • Monday Music time 5-6 pm and Video arts Wednesday 7-8:30 pm. ( Requires a $5 registration fee)
  • Improv Faction: Thursday 5-6 p.m. learn drama, stage presence, etc. Free.
See more on the Classes and Programs page

Other Programs:   We have Something for everyone:  

Pre-school Puppet and Story Time Magic: 2nd Friday of the month, 9:30am-10:30 am

Pre-school Music time:
  4th Fridays of the Month, 9:30-10:30 am - during school year September through May  only.

Open Mic Night:
Monthly offering at the Fine Arts Center usually the 2nd or 3rd Saturday evening of the month, year round. The doors open at 7:00 pm and those wishing to perform can sign up then. Next Open Mic is Saturday October 8, 2016.

Music in the City Concert Series:
  7:30 pm - 3rd Friday of the Month October through May. No concert in December. Tickets: $12 General Admission / $8 Students / and $10 Seniors   Corey Christiansen (Blues and Jazz) is our featured artist for October 28th.   

Pay It Forward:
For young teens ages 12-15 years.Meet at The Fine Arts Center or as indicated. For current meeting time and latest volunteer opportunities. See pay it forward link.

Improv Faction:
 Thursdays 5-6 pm for 8th grade and up, year round- Call ahead and check about holiday dates, etc.

Teen Choir: 
Meets on Monday at 5 pm -  Call or come and check it out. Also check out writing and art mentoring times on Tuesdays.

Teen Think Tank: (13 to 18 yrs) Monday - Friday  3 to 5 pm
This includes: Snacks, socializing, homework time, help from mentor if needed, and games when homework is done. Starting September 26, 2016

World of Puppetry Museum:
1st and 3rd Saturdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm