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Volunteer Appreciation Night

Wednesday, Dec 10, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Come one, come all to this year’s Volunteer Appreciation Night on Wednesday, December 10th from 6:00 - 8:00pm.
 
It’s the time of year for Lincoln volunteers , staff and board members to get together to celebrate the season and, most importantly, recognize the folks who’ve gone above and beyond the call of duty with their help to support this historic non-profit cinematic and performing arts theatre.
 

Volunteer Opportunites Night

Friday, Nov 7, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

People interested in learning about volunteering at the Lincoln Theatre are invited to attend a special early evening orientation on Friday, November 7th from 6:00 – 7:00 PM.  More than 300 people volunteer over 4500 hours each year to keep the Lincoln open and working well.  You’ll find out about the various kinds of work that volunteers do and what training and time commitment it takes to fulfill the responsibilities.  Opportunities range from concessions stand worker to poster distribution to helping with membership drives and special events.  Volunteers must pass a WSP background check.

Public Meeting on the Skagit watershed

Wednesday, Oct 1, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Rural water meeting slated for October 1 at Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon
Skagit County and the Washington State Department of Ecology will host a public meeting to discuss progress toward rural water solutions in the Skagit watershed in the wake of last year’s state Supreme Court ruling impacting water use at the Lincoln Theatre on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Volunteer Fair hosted by Community Action

Saturday, Aug 23, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Volunteer Fair hosted by Community Action.
 
Parking area between City Hall and Library, 910 Cleveland Ave, 10 am-1 pm. Just across the street from the Farmer's Market.
 
Meet our Volunteer Coordinator Tobie Fehr and representatives from other local organizations to find volunteer opportunities, donation drive ideas, and other ways to make an impact in our community.
 
Visit www.skagitvolunteercenter.org for more information.
 

Annual Lincoln Theatre Membership Meeting

Thursday, Sep 18, 6:30 pm

All Lincoln Theatre Members in good standing are invited to our annual  Membership Meeting.  At this meeting you will get a brief view of the last year at the Lincoln, our hopes for the future, and a chance to vote on Officers of the Lincoln Theatre Center Foundation for the current year.  To top it off, you’ll get to stay for A Most Wanted Man, that we’ll be screening to our members for free at 7:30!
 

Romeo and Juliet auditions

Tuesday, Oct 7, 6:00 pm
Wednesday, Oct 8, 6:00 pm

Auditions for Romeo and Juliet the musical
 
META Performing Arts presents auditions for the world premiere of Romeo and Juliet the musical. Auditions will be Tuesday, Oct. 7 and Wednesday, Oct. 8 from 6-9 pm at the Lincoln Theatre, Mount Vernon, WA. To sign up for auditions email caskland@gmail.com - Walkups welcome, but preference will be given to those signed up in advance.

Shakespeare workshop

Saturday, Oct 4, 10:30 am
Saturday, Oct 4, 12:30 pm

META Performing Arts presents a free Shakespeare workshop at the Lincoln Theatre (712 S, 1st St, Mount Vernon, WA) Saturday, October 4th with sessions at 10:30am and 12:30PM. Open to ages 8 through adult.
 
10:30 and 12:30 Shakespeare reading sessions with Joe Bowen, director of the upcoming Romeo and Juliet musical. This session is open to the public ages 9 through adult. You do not need to be signed up for Romeo and Juliet auditions to attend these reading sessions.
 

In the Art Bar: Steinar Kristoffersen

As an artist, I try to choose subjects that inspire me and add life to the painting process. My hope is that the emotion and energy I experience while painting will be felt by the viewer. While my goal is always to create a beautiful image, I am equally interested in the traces of inspiration, emotion, struggle, resolution, and satisfaction that are revealed through physical brush strokes left on the canvass.
 

In the Art Bar - Paul Blum

After 40-some years of a rewarding but stressful career in nursing (32 years as an RN at Skagit Valley Hospital), I retired in 2008 and began painting in oil.  Where nursing involved control, exactitude, planning and attention to detail, painting allowed me to loosen control, to experiment, to play without restraint or concern for consequences.