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A "Lincoln Goes Outside" thank you

Thanks to all who came, volunteered, participated, sponsored or otherwise helped with the production of the Lincoln Goes Outside! summer film series.
 
In lieu of the traditional weekend film schedule,the Lincoln Theatre in conjunction with Northwest Media & Entertainment Productions presented a season of outdoor films, free of charge in Pine Square every weekend during July and August, as our contribution to the community that has been so supportive of the theatre.
 

The Paperboys- Presented by the Rick Epting Foundation

Saturday, Nov 14, 8:00 pm
$25, $22, $19
Reserved

 
Friends of the late Rick Epting have gathered to continue his legacy of supporting the Arts in Skagit County with this fourth annual showcase of regional musical talent. All proceeds from the show will directly benefit Skagit County arts organizations in memory of Rick Epting, who was an instrumental supporter of the Arts in Skagit County for decades.
 

Times Talk Live - A Conversation with Novelist Stephen King

Tuesday, Nov 10, 6:30 pm
$12.00
General Admission

 
"TIMES TALKS LIVE" - Lights, Camera, Conversation
 
The New York Times, in association with BY Experience, Inc., presents TimesTalks LIVE - one-of-a-kind, intimate discussions with some of today's most fascinating film, TV and literary talents, interviewed by prize-winning New York Times journalists. TimesTalks LIVE comes to the big screen LIVE via satellite from The TimesCenter in New York, in high-definition. Join the conversation - exclusively in select movie theatres, for one night only.
 
A Conversation with Novelist Stephen King
 

Times Talk Live - A Conversation with Novelist John Irving

Wednesday, Oct 28, 6:30 pm
$12.00
General Admission

"TIMES TALKS LIVE" - Lights, Camera, Conversation
 
The New York Times, in association with BY Experience, Inc., presents TimesTalks LIVE - one-of-a-kind, intimate discussions with some of today's most fascinating film, TV and literary talents, interviewed by prize-winning New York Times journalists. TimesTalks LIVE comes to the big screen LIVE via satellite from The TimesCenter in New York, in high-definition. Join the conversation - exclusively in select movie theatres, for one night only.
  
A Conversation with Novelist John Irving
 

Halloween Costume Contest - Thrill the World

Saturday, Oct 31, 4:30 pm
Free of Charge

Bring the family to downtown Mount Vernon for the annual Halloween trick or treating from 3:00 - 5:00 pm and as part of the fun, enter your kids (or yourselves) in the costume contest we are hosting at the Lincoln starting at 4:30. Our Master and Mistress of Ceremonies, Michael and Maura Marlin will cram monsters and ghouls, princesses and frogs, superheros and villians in age appropriate groups onstage and our panel of judges will pick the lucky winners. Open to all ages, from babes in arms to their Grandparents. It's easy, lots of fun and great prizes too.
 

End of Summer Party at the Lincoln

Saturday, Sep 12, 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Free

Come on down to the Historic Lincoln Theatre for a free screening of the film Chigaco!

Join members of the Lincoln staff and board of directors as we bid farewell to summer and welcome a terrific fall/winter season of programming. Meet our new executive director, Thomas Mayes, and show him your support for our wonderful theatre.
Free popcorn and soda for all. Art bar will be open.

The Cody Rivers Show TV Pilot Screening

Hey, remember a while back when the Cody Rivers show shot that TV Pilot? Well, it's done, and there is going to be a free public showing on Sunday, September 20, at the historic Lincoln Theater in Mt. Vernon where a large part of the pilot was filmed. No need to RSVP. Just show up. Everyone is invited.

Please arrive by 4:00 pm. The pilot - 20 minutes long - will screen at 4:30 pm sharp.
 

Cody Rivers Show Pilot TV Screening

Sunday, Sep 20, 4:30 pm
Free

The Cody Rivers Show TV Pilot Screening - Hey, remember a while back when the Cody Rivers show shot that TV Pilot? Well, it's done, and there is going to be a public showing on Sunday, September 20, at the historic Lincoln Theater in Mt. Vernon where a large part of the pilot was filmed. No need to RSVP. Just show up. Everyone is invited.

Please arrive by 4:00 pm. The pilot - 20 minutes long - will screen at 4:30 pm sharp.
 

The Met: Live in HD preparations

Our projectionist, David Austin, and I have been busy installing the satelite equipment needed for broadcasting the Metropolitan Opera season which begins October 9th.
 
The first step after receiving the hardware was to install the hard drives and receivers in our projection booth.
 
We then hauled the satelite dishes up the side of the building, 32 cinder blocks up an interior ladder, assembled the dishes on the roof, and weighted down the tracks that the dishes are attached to.