Mount Vernon, Washington

In the Art Bar: Skagit Human Rights Exhibit

During the month of March, the Lincoln Theatre art gallery will host a Human Rights Display by local Skagit Valley artists.
Featured artists include Thais Armstrong and Richard Olmsted among others.
An opening reception for this event will take place on Friday, March 2nd from 5 -7 pm in our Art Bar. The Human Rights Display will be up throughout the month of March in conjunction with the Skagit Human Rights

In the Art Bar: WinterStomp Exhibit

For the month of February we will feature the work of two artists in association with WinterStomp on February 4th.
Kris Ekstrand Molesworth lives in the Skagit Valley and works in the media of painting and printmaking. She often employs the art of field journaling, drawing outside in a variety of locations in various weather conditions and on a large scale, particularly in the North Cascades and in the farm fields of the valley.

In the Art Bar: Elizabeth Haba

Recent paintings by Elizabeth Haba will be on display through January in the Lincoln Theatre Art Bar.
Elizabeth Haba employs various ways of expressing her passion for the creative process. She has worked in many disciplines including film, theatre sets and costume design, architecture, interior design, sculpture and painting. Her painting subjects range from collage, still life and landscapes to portraits. Elizabeth lives on Camano Island with her husband, sculptor Aaron Haba, and their dog, Angel.

Volunteer Appreciation Night

Wednesday, Dec 14, 6:30 pm

Come one, come all to this year’s Volunteer Appreciation Night on Wednesday, December 14th at 6:30PM.
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.

In the Art Bar - Ron Farrell

Recent paintings by Ron Farrell will be on display through December at the Lincoln Theatre.  Ron's work focuses on the landscape of the Skagit valley and Puget Sound seen from aerial perspectives.  The interplay of farm field, waterways, sky, clouds and light shining off distant horizons provides the inspiration for Ron's art.

A reception will be held on Saturday, December 3 from 5:30-7:30pm in the Theatre gallery. All are welcome.


Hospice of the Northwest presents 'Consider the Conversation'

Wednesday, Nov 30, 7:00 pm
Free Event, open to the Public

In celebration of National Hospice Month, Hospice of the Northwest invites you to view a compelling documentary film, Consider the Conversation.
Consider the Conversation examines multiple perspectives on end-of-life care and includes interviews with patients, family members, doctors and national experts from across the country.
The film's goal is to jump-start the conversation between husband and wife, doctor and patient, and within families.

In the Art Bar - Saundra Knapp

She has had her art displayed in several galleries in the area and has participated in various shows. She is a member of the Stanwood/Camano Art Guild.
Also available on request are giclees, cards, bookmarks, coasters and a variety of other products from original artwork.
Watercolors by Saundra

In the Art Bar: Linda White

Linda has an MS degree in Recreation Therapy and works at Skagit Valley Hospital, providing programs for mental health patients. She has dabbled in art over the years with experience in drawing, colored pencil, Chinese brush painting, water color, pottery and most recently collage. She tears paper to utilize the textures and brilliant colors, achieving the effect of a watercolor landscape. The inspiration for the collages comes from her travel and hikes all over the world as well as the Cascades and Skagit Valley.