Mount Vernon, Washington

Stanwood Grill Loves the Lincoln!

Monday, May 20, 6:00 pm

Join us on Monday, May 20, 2013
for a fabulous 4-course wine-paired dinner
$75.00 (Gratuity not included)
No host cocktails 5pm
Dinner served at 6pm

  • Lobster bisque
  • Center cut prime sirloin with blue cheese and shallot port reduction. Cajun Prawns accompany.
  • Mesclun greens with strawberry vinaigrette and goat crumbles
  • Hazelnut truffle torte with raspberry anglaise

Tickets are limited, so make your reservations NOW!

Super Zumba Fitness Fundraiser

Friday, May 31, 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Tickets: $15 in advance; $20 at-the-door
Washington Elementary School Gymnasium - 1020 McLean Road, Mount Vernon

Super Zumba Fitness Fundraiser for the Lincoln Theatre's Digital Futures Initiative with guest instructors Zin Jammer Arzu Gosney & Z-Com Area 39 Rep Nathan Vanderhoof and featuring Sheree James and the Shake It Off Dance Team


Are you ready to party yourself into shape? That’s exactly what the Zumba® program is all about. It’s an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party™ that’s moving millions of people toward joy and health. Are you ready to party the Lincoln Theatre into the Digital Future? Then let's fill the Washington Elementary School Gymnasium on Friday, May 31st at 7:00 and help raise funds for the Lincoln Theatre's Digital Futures Initiative.


Deception Pass Tours Loves the Lincoln!

Friday, Apr 5 (All day)
Ticket Prices start at $24.95
The Island Whaler accommodates 34 passengers.

Each year Deception Pass Tours donates one hundred percent of their gross sales on a select day of their opening week to a non-profit organization. This year Deception Pass Tours chose to support the Lincoln Theatre's Digital Futures Initiative. The proceeds from every ticket sold, for all tours, on Friday, April 5th will help to keep cinema at the Lincoln!


In the Art Bar: Skagit Human Rights Festival - Painter and Poets

Opening reception on the 16th from 5 to 7:00 pm.
One of the works of Anacortes artist Alfred Currier will be on display for the month of March 2013 in the Lincoln Theatre Art Bar, surrounded by poetry from local students of Ms Katrina Johnston of the Skagit Academy, a home schooling center of the Mount Vernon School District. The theme of both the painting and the writing will be Human Rights on both a local and universal scale.  The exhibit at the Lincoln is in honor of the tenth Skagit Human Rights Festival.

ARGO - Best Picture of the Year!

Thanks to all who came to the SOLD OUT screening of ARGO Saturday night featuring Mark Lijek and Cora Amburn-Lijek. ARGO won the Oscar for Best Picture at last night's Academy Awards. A few signed copies of Mark's book about their ordeal will be available at this Thursdays screening.

Photos courtesy of Gary Brown.


In the Art Bar - Joan Cross

I found my way to painting after many years of appreciating the work of other artists.
The paintings in this show were inspired by images from Bhutan where I volunteered as a pediatric physical therapist for six months in 2005. During a later visit in 2012, I had the privilege of meeting Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck who opened an art show featuring these paintings as a fundraiser for Ability Bhutan Society, a non-profit organization for handicapped children. I am now honored that five of these paintings are on display in the palace of the King and Queen of Bhutan.

In the Art Bar: Sukey Jacobsen

January 2013
My art's primary focus is on the natural beauty, abstract patterns and inherent rhythms of the landscape.  I choose to work in various water media either singly or in various combinations.  The Pacific Northwest Landscape is an endless inspiration for me.  I enamored with the deep forests and magnificent alpine slopes as well as swampy wetlands and coastal marshes. My art continues to move towards an increased focus on design and color to relay my personal interaction with the beauty of this earth and my desire to honor and protect it. 

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.