The Production Alliance

Building Community Through Celebration

The Production Alliance

The Production Alliance’s mission is to create joy, inspire engagement, and build resilient communities by leading collaborative partnerships to create dynamic and inclusive celebrations and initiatives.

Established in June 2019, The Production Alliance upholds cultural traditions and strengthens resiliency through inclusive, annual gatherings that celebrate community and improve quality of life in Jefferson County.

In partnership with StrongerTowns, The Production Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Sponsorships, donations, in-kind services and goods are tax deductible. Contact us to learn more.

The Production Alliance upholds cultural heritage and "sense of place" as conduits for positive social change and improved quality of life on Washington's Quimper Peninsula.

We strive to be an asset in our community by facilitating intergenerational mentorship, resource sharing, sustainable practices, and broadscale volunteerism.

  • Stewardship
  • Resilience
  • Health
  • Joy
  • Creativity
  • Mentorship
  • Inclusivity
  • 37 local businesses
  • 32 non-profit organizations
  • 12 public agencies
  • 125 regional vendors
  • 250+ adult and youth volunteers

Get Involved!

Danny Milholland

Danny Milholland

Director of Operations

Danny MilhollandA lifelong resident of Jefferson County, Danny comes from a line of community activists; his sister Amanda is the Executive Director of the Jefferson County Farmers Market; his parents Doug and Nancy have initiated numerous community led endeavors including The Port Townsend sister city with Jalapa Nicaragua and the Port Townsend Peace Movement. Danny is the owner of Thunderbull Productions, one of the creators of Strait up Magazine and a founding producer of four annual traditions on the Quimper Peninsula including: Cake Picnic, Field Day, All County Picnic and the Olympic Peninsula Apple & Cider Festival. He represents The Production Alliance on the StrongerTowns Board of Directors. Danny is well known for using the words BOOM and BOOMSHAKALAKA.

Megan Claflin

Megan Claflin

Director of Development

Megan ClaflinA Pacific Northwest native, Megan is passionate about community engagement and public discourse around social justice, human rights, environmental stewardship, and the arts. A graduate of Western Washington University, she worked for 10 years as an award-winning journalist and photographer before transitioning into fundraising and development in 2014. Today, Megan works predominantly for non-profits and public corporations pursuing funding for capital projects and program development. She has raised more than $14 million to date via federal, state and philanthropic sources and has effectively advocated for campaigns at the local and state level. Megan has served on multiple nonprofit boards in Jefferson County, most recently for KPTZ 91.9FM, co-chairing a special committee to raise $750,000 for a new station and broadcasting studio. She has partnered with Thunderbull Productions since 2013.

Kiyota Sage

Kiyota Sage

Director of Information Technology

Kiyota SageKiyota has spent the last decade working in web development and database architecture and management. An independently contracted full stack software engineer with a lean towards front end systems, he also serves on a team building and maintaining a proprietary CMS and event ticketing framework specializing in seminars and registered events for nonprofit organizations. A founding member of the performing arts group NANDA, Kiyota has partnered with Danny Milholland to produce numerous events up and down the West Coast.

Dan Anderson

Dan Anderson

Equipment & Public Safety Manager

Dan AndersonA veteran of the U.S. Navy, Dan has more than 20 years of professional experience in electrical systems, construction, and carpentry. He an avid environmentalist and is thankful to be part of the Power Trip Energy team, which shares his views on creating renewable energy for future generations. Dan has partnered with Danny Milholland since 2009 and specializes in event logistics and traffic management. He is an active community volunteer, from Kitsap County Search & Rescue to the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and more. He is proud to call Port Townsend home along with his wife and two daughters.