Mount Vernon, Washington

Porterhouse Brewfest

Saturday, Aug 15, 2:00 pm to 7:30 pm
$20- Advance - $25 at the Gate
This is a '21 and Over' Event

The seventh annual Porterhouse Brewfest is set for Saturday, August 15 in downtown Mount Vernon, and features three of Washington State’s hottest blues bands, over 25 premium microbreweries and gourmet food from local eateries.
Tickets are NOW available online - Save $5  by getting tickets early - by clicking on the 'GET TICKETS'  button above!

Outdoor Movies in Pine Square

$5 suggested donation; $15 for families up to four
Bring a Lawn Chair and Blanket for Cool Evenings

Join is for "Outdoor Movies in Pine Square";  a series of family movies, classics, and cult films selected for their outstanding visuals and sound, to be presented by Strauss Jewelers on each Saturday evening in August in Pine Square, as a benefit for the Historic Lincoln Theatre.
Bought to you by Northwest Media and Entertainment Productions, longtime supporters of the Lincoln Theatre, keeping the fire burning.

Evening on the Titanic

Friday, Jun 26, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

The Evening on the Titanic event has been postponed.
Please watch this web site and the Lincoln Theatre Guide for the rescheduled date. 
For further information, please call the Lincoln Theatre box office: 360-336-8955.

Evening on the Titanic

Friday, Jun 26, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
$40 Single $75 Couple
21 and over

The Mount Vernon Arts Commission and the Lincoln Theatre present 'An Evening on the Titanic' June 26, 6:30-9:00 - First Street between Kincaid and Pine in downtown Mount Vernon. The event will be a benefit for both organizations and will feature food, beverages, 3 bands, and a lot of fun.

Tickets are $40 per person or $75 per couple and are available at the Lincoln Theatre box office or by calling 360-336-8955.

Grapes of Wrath

Thursday, Jun 18, 7:00 pm
Running Time: 
2 hr 9 min
Director's Series

John Ford's memorable screen version of John Steinbeck's epic novel of the Great Depression--often regarded as the director's best film--stars Henry Fonda as Tom Joad. After having served a brief prison sentence for manslaughter, Joad arrives at his family's Oklahoma farm only to find it abandoned. Muley (John Qualen), a neighbor now nearly mad with grief, tells Tom of the drought that has transformed the farmland of Oklahoma into a desert and of the preying land agents who have plowed under the shacks of the sharecroppers.