Mount Vernon, Washington

The Arrival of the King

Monday, Dec 24, 7:00 pm

Invite your friends and family to spend part of Christmas Eve celebrating The Arrival of the King with Damascus Road and Communion Churches.
Nativity scenes always present us with a quaint sight: a quiet smiling baby with a glowing orb surrounded by adoring adults. This picture does a disservice to the size and scope of what was happening. The baby lying in the manger was no ordinary baby, nor did he have a glow; this baby was God come to earth.

Dudestock Bowling Tournament

Sunday, Jan 27, 8:30 pm
Entry Fee: $25 per person

"What do you do for recreation?"
"Oh, the usual. I bowl. Drive around. The occasional acid flashback."

We are a few month's away from our annual night of Lebowski festivities in June, Dudestock 2013, so we have something special planned to keep all of you 'Achievers' happy. Join the Lincoln Theatre at Riverside Lanes for an evening of bowling, costumes, prizes, white russians, beer, food and the occasional acid flashback!



In the Art Bar: Steve Philbrick

December 2012
I have worked and lived in the Pacific Northwest all of my life and feel a deep appreciation for the ruggedness and delicate beauty of the people and landscape, here, where our civilized world meets the primitve.
Like the brushy confusion of a secondary forest, the primitive contains complex networks of intertwining systems. I seek to display the inner-connections of these system with the use of subjects presented simply within their environment.

Volunteer Appreciation Night

Tuesday, Dec 18, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Come one, come all to this year’s Volunteer Appreciation Night on Wednesday, December 18th from 5:00 - 8:00pm.
It’s the time of year for Lincoln volunteers , staff and board members to get together to celebrate the season and, most importantly, recognize the folks who’ve gone above and beyond the call of duty with their help to support this historic non-profit cinematic and performing arts theatre.

In the Art Bar: Patty Detzer

Dia de los Muertos is one of my favorite celebrations. This time of year is said to be when the veil between the two worlds is most permeable. It is a celebration of the harvest, respect for ancestors, and a time of family reflection and joy.
Marigolds are said to draw the spirits to the grave site. Look for these flower designs, versions of the Indian Rangoli, in front of the theatre throughout the month.
I hope that viewers will participate with their own mementos and offerings.