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In the Art Bar: Jo Jones

Jo Jones

After repeated visits to Skagit Valley, Jo Jones felt drawn to the region and decided to locate there to pursue nature, wildlife and landscape photography full time. Skagit Valley felt like coming home. Living in the Skagit Valley, she was a short drive away from the mountains, forests, and coast. The abundance of wildlife is everywhere. She was thrilled the first time she saw deer eating her Azaleas! She sent a picture of the tulip fields to everyone in California with a caption, “Look where I live!” She has a deep love for the Skagit Valley and feels blessed to be living here.

Meet Jo at an Artist Reception in our Art Bar on Saturday, April 7th from 2-5pm.

Into the Woods

Friday, May 4, 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 5, 7:30 pm
Sunday, May 6, 2:00 pm
Wednesday, May 9, 7:30 pm
Friday, May 11, 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 12, 7:30 pm
Sunday, May 13, 2:00 pm
Thursday, May 17, 7:30 pm
Friday, May 18, 7:30 pm
Saturday, May 19, 7:30 pm
$25-1st tier, $20-2nd tier, $12-3rd tier + applicable fees. Wednesday, May 9th is Bargain Night. All seats 50% off.
Reserved Seating

A Tony Award®-winning musical classic by Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine

Into the Woods reacquaints us with the most enchanting Brother's Grimm folklore, and characters that we not only adored in our youth, but also continue to pass on to our children today. Joining Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel and, of course, Little Red Riding Hood, is a childless Baker and his Wife. Of course, no fairy story would be complete without a Witch! 

These familiar tales are retold through a sophisticated, witty, and beguiling storyline with a musical score so dazzling, and full of dark comedic verse so clever, that many critics have hailed Into the Woods as "one of the few masterpieces of our time". Better still is that none of the important cautionary lessons about life's physical and moral hazards from the original Grimm's stories are lessened by this modern recounting of classic "happily ever after” fables. And that's only the first act!

Closed for Private Event

Monday, Mar 12, 6:00 pm

The Lincoln Theatre is a multi use facility, offering the community, in addition to films, the opportunity to present live performances, weddings, conferences, memorial services & fundraiser events.

Special Events at the Lincoln are unique, wonderful experiences for the audience.

Volunteer Opportunities NIght

Monday, Feb 26, 6:30 pm

Join us for an informal, informational meeting about volunteer opportunities available at the Lincoln. Whether you are a student looking to fill your volunteer requirement for school, a retiree looking to meet new people, the Lincoln offers opportunities for every type of volunteer. We also offer great benefits such as free entry to both films and live events, and, free popcorn and soft drinks. Learn more about volunteering, and then we invite you stay for the evening's film at 7:30pm."I, Tonya"

In the Art Bar: Clare Tatarsky

I cannot remember a time when I did not make art. I grew up in a family where art was part of everyday life. My mother sewed clothing and dolls, my father made dioramas, my sister took fabulous photos, and my brother made stop action films. Art is still part of my daily life.

The paintings in this show combine my love of pattern with Doodles collected from a variety of sketchbooks.  The sculptures are mostly extensions of the creatures that appear in my paintings.

In the Art Bar: Addy Nydegger

"I didn't know I could paint until nursing school. I was recently married, living in a dark dreary basement apartment. Since I was too poor to buy wall furnishings, I decided to make my own. I sat down with a blank canvas and realized I could paint! Since then, I have experimented with different styles and techniques. I hand-mix all my colors from the primary colors: red, yellow and blue, along with black and white. 

I create whatever I think is beautiful, whether it be a portrait, animal, or even a single color. My artwork challenges me, giving me moments of clarity, frustration, and at times, euphoria. I thank God for my artistic abilities and for the precious beauty of the natural world around us."

Addy Nydegger is a registered nurse and proud Skagitonian. She and her husband Kyle have two perfect cats, and have had the opportunity to visit 49 National Parks. Alaska is next on their list.

Meet Addy at an Artist Reception on Friday, January 12th from 5:30-7:30 PM.

In the Art Bar: Bill Ball - Fireball

Bill Ball is an artist who constantly explores in all directions to find the path of the healing process in his creative work.  He works from a pure sense of artistic endeavor running fast and standing still with strong images and designs. He is open to whatever presents itself.

Bill surprises us with ideas we overlooked or never connected with. His courage in pushing the technical aspects of his media to express the raw ideas is inspiring.

"Meet the Artist" at a reception on December 30, 2017 prior to the showing of "Loving Vincent".  5pm to 7:15 pm 

Volunteer Appreciation Potluck - Life of Pie

Wednesday, Dec 13, 6:00 pm

All Lincoln Theatre Volunteers are invited to a special holiday meal this year with a Life of Pie theme, for an evening of volunteer recognition and celebration! (We'll be screening the film Life of Pi on Saturday as part of our Spectacular, Spectacular Film Series.)

The Lincoln Theatre Staff and Board of Directors will provide Chicken Pot Pie, Shepherd's Pie, Pizza Pie, beverages, and an assortment of our favorite dessert pies. Volunteers may contribute Salads, Appetizers, and Side Dishes as you wish. There is no expectation for guests to contribute food, but if you love sharing a special dish, go for it!!!

We will announce our Volunteer of the Year and Special Projects Volunteer of the year during the evenings festivities.

MVHS Jazz: Live at the Lincoln

Thursday, Nov 2, 7:00 pm
Tuesday, Feb 27, 7:00 pm
Tuesday, Jun 5, 7:00 pm

 

Mount Vernon High School Jazz & Mariachi Night!

Come and listen to one of Washington’s premier jazz programs! These jazz bands are part of the nationally‐known Fine Arts department at Mount Vernon High School. This program is committed to maintaining the vibrant, unique American art form that is jazz. Musicians of all levels are given the opportunity to learn, play, perform and compete at local venues and festivals. Come relax and enjoy the wonderful music of Nestico, Ellington, Miles Davis, Marvin Fisher, Count Basieand much more! The evening will also feature music from Mount Vernon High School's growing Mariachi program.

Admission is free! Donations accepted at the door.