Mount Vernon, Washington

In the Art Bar: Deirdre Czoberek

Artist: Deirdre Czoberek
Dates: May 1st ~ May 31st, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 7th from 5:30 - 7:30

Deirdre Czoberek is a painter working primarily in oil colors. She is interested in the play of light and color in her non-representational paintings. She  received her B.F.A. in painting at the University of Washington in the early 1990's and has found her home in the Skagit Valley where she is continually inspired by the ever evolving landscape.

Fashions for Friendship- a eco-friendly fashion show

Thursday, May 12, 7:00 pm
$20 General admission, $50 premier seating
Tickets available through tulee's (360-840-6361), the Lincoln box office (360-336-8955), and Friendship House

Come out and support this fun and one-of-a-kind event!
tulees of Mount Vernon proudly presents their first annual fundraising fashion show,  Fashions for Friendship, with proceeds benefiting Friendship House.

In the Art Bar - Skagit Human Rights Festival

Saturday, Mar 5, 5:00 pm

Human Rights Art Display

During the month of March, the Lincoln Theatre art gallery will host a Human Rights Display by local Skagit Valley artists.

An opening for this event will be on Friday March 5th from 5-7pm, at the Lincoln Theatre in downtown Mount Vernon. The Human Rights Display will be up throughout the month of March, in conjunction with the Skagit Human Rights Festival.

Lincoln Annual Membership Meeting/Volunteer Holiday Party

Thursday, Dec 16, 6:30 pm

All Lincoln Theatre Members and Volunteers in good standing are invited to attend the Annual Membership Meeting presented by the Lincoln Theatre Center Foundation at 6:30pm this evening. At this meeting you will find out about the state of the organization, including a financial review; meet the current board members and elect new candidates; and be the first to officially hear of our plans for programming and capital improvements for 2011.

In the Art Bar: Brenda Cunningham

Brenda Cunningham is a biologist by education and career, but would like to devote more time to exploring the emotions she feels when observing the natural world. She started out with scientific illustrations, attempting to represent the subjects true to form. Although illustrations are still her base, she is beginning to step back from representation and look at emotions and movement. Brenda can be reached at

Brendas work will be on display through the end of December.

Halloween Costume Contest

We had a great Halloween Spooktacular weekend at the Lincoln this year and although we are all recuperating from our annual Rocky Horror Bash (and subsequent all day clean-up) we do want to announce the winners of the Mount Vernon Downtown Association's annual Costume Contest. In the Ages 0 - 4 category, the 1st place winner was Arizona Johnson (Little Bo Peep) of Everett; 2nd place goes to Dalton Kurtz (Swat Team), Mount Vernon; and 3rd Place goes to Quentin Edwards (Raggedy Andy) of La Conner.