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Presentation: The Cascadia Corridor

Wednesday, Oct 27, 7:00 pm
Free event

Nationall-recognized author and speaker Dr. Robert Lang will discuss development of the Cascadia region from Vancouver, B.C. to Eugene, Oregon. Lang asserts that such "megapolitan regions" - areas of large cities projected to reach a population of 10 million by 2040 and connected by high-speed rail - will become the core economic centers of the United States. Witty and provocative, Lang has been featured in USA Today, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, US News and World Report, and reported on by NPR, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and ABC World News Tonight.

Mount Vernon Downtown Association 2010 Annual Meeting

Tuesday, Sep 14, 6:30 pm
Free event

The public is invited to attend the Mount Vernon Downtown Association's Annual Meeting. The presentation will cover the progress of the association's year, commitee reports, and upcoming events and projects. For questions about this event, or the Mount Vernon Fall Fest on September 25th, please call 360.336.3801 or visit www.mountvernondowntown.org

In the Art Bar

Illustrator Jamesly Dean
 
Born and raised in Skagit Valley, Jamesly was a draftsman and illustrator for the United States Army and traveled through Europe and the United States. He then settled back in the Pacific Northwest working as a millwright/iron worker.
 
"The Art I take part in is accomplished with pencil, charcoal, India ink, and/or watercolor. My love is to put pen to paper and see what develops."

A Letter From the Lincoln Theatre Executive Director - Thomas Mayes

Though the cool spring may not have been any indication, summer time is finally here. One year ago the Lincoln was facing a very tough financial situation, and had to close down for July and August, Now we are not ‘out of the water’ financially, but we are happy to be able to bring programs to the community this summer. Films will be shown three days per week, and the highly popular Met opera series offers summer encores on Wednesdays and select Saturdays as well.
 

Upcoming Summer Films

The Lincoln is excited about our upcoming summer film selections. Please click on the titles for more information. 
Solitary Man
Opens July 30
Michael Douglas, Danny DeVito and Susan Saradon star in this complex tale of a car magnate watches his personal and professional life hit the skids because of his business and romantic indiscretions.
 
Micmacs 
Opens August 6

Lincoln Theatre Open House Event

Thursday, Jul 8, 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Admission is Free

 
The Lincoln Theatre is happy to present a free showcase of live music, original film and next season’s great offerings.  Next year will be the 85th Anniversary season for our historic theatre, and we have a great selection of performances and events to come!
 

RSVP Volunteer Recognition

Sunday, Jun 13, 1:00 pm

RSVP, the retired and senior volunteer program, hosts an appreciation for all of their volunteers over the past year at the Historic Lincoln Theatre. All volunteers who participated in the RSVP program are invited to attend this event. Awards, prizes, refreshments and entertainment will be provided.

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS - SANDY DIXON

“Producer’s Night,” our annual fundraiser, is scheduled
for Saturday, May 22 at 7:00 PM at the theatre. This event
is planned and sponsored by the members of the Board
of Directors and raises the much needed funding used for
maintaining the Lincoln Theatre and providing arts and entertainment
for the community in the coming year. Since
last September, members of the board have been working
with the theatre staff to put together an event that
all our members and friends will enjoy and remember.

A LETTER FROM THE LINCOLN THEATRE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - THOMAS MAYES

It is hard to believe June is almost here, and the Lincoln is wrapping up another year of exciting programming. The 2009-2010 season brought us the first year of live broadcasts from New York and London, as well as new performers like Cambalache and Jason Webley. Our space may be historic, but the art we present strives to remain relevant to our changing world. It is this combination that makes the Lincoln such a unique asset for all of us throughout the region. To celebrate this I hope you will join us on May 22 as we hold our annual Producer’s Night fundraiser.