Mount Vernon, Washington

Drive for the Arts

Friday, Sep 9, 1:00 pm

Tickets are now on sale for this year's TAG/META/LINCOLN Drive for the Arts golf tournament at Avalon Golf Links on September 9th. If you played last year you know it was a blast. Hope you can make it this year and bring your friends!
Date: Friday, September 9th
Time: 1PM shotgun start (everyone starts at same time)
Location: Avalon Golf Links
$400 per team
$100 per player (we will place you on a team)
Price includes 18-holes of golf, riding cart, lunch and prizes:

In the Art Bar: La Dolce Vita Preview

Producers Night Preview

Artists represented in our Art Bar Gallery over the years have generously donated their work to help raise funds at this year’s Producers Night fundraiser “La Dolce Vita”. This month’s preview show allows our patrons to view some of the art up for auction this year.

The idea behind this show is to make the art available to purchase now at the value determined by the artist thus not undervaluing their hard work.


Friday, Mar 11, 6:30 pm to 7:15 pm

The Lincoln Theatre presents VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES NIGHT on Friday, March 11, at 6:30 PM in the auditorium. Simply come to the theatre to learn if this is the volunteer experience you’re seeking. Possibilities for volunteering include Front of House duties, Poster Distribution, Clean Sweep, Weekly Housekeeping, Bartender, Special Event Planning and Pipe Organist.

Producers Night 2016 La Dolce Vita

Saturday, May 21, 6:00 pm

At the Swinomish Casino and Lodge

Producers Night, one of the major annual fundraising events of the year, raises significant financial support for the continued preservation of the historic Lincoln Theatre and funding for diverse performaing arts programming. The Lincoln Theatre Center Foundation's mission is to entertain, inform and inspire our diverse community through cinema, live performance and educational programs while preserving the historic Lincoln Theatre.

In the Art Bar - Sandy Dixon

All the images in the paintings in this show are variations on the still-life.  The objects in each of the works are familiar, domestic and of little value in themselves.  In their natural state, as pots on a patio or jugs on a kitchen counter, they are hardly worth a second glance.  But by being arranged in a painting, by inhabiting a composition and being transformed with often unexpected color, they assume a new life.  In addition, some of the compositions are representational and objects are seen in a more or less normally accepted space.