Mount Vernon, Washington

In the Art Bar: Blue

Carol Ann Anderson Mixed Medium

Colorful, unique and functional, that is what I want my art to be. I love fiber, rocks, raw materials, nature and travel. These are the tools I use to make my art. From these evolve Artfully Ann’s unique art. I come from Colorado where nature is a strong influence. My family too influenced my artistic views. I have traveled extensively and lived in several countries. Every day I draw from these life experiences to help develop new ideas and philosophies. I look for the new styles, materials and new tools that have just arrived on the market. I am an innovator. I keep my mind open to everything, becoming a sponge to develop something colorful, unique and functional. I only hope that you will see some treasure you like that I have discovered and can enjoy the item as much as I do. They are all my children.


Closed for Private Event

Sunday, Sep 3, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

The Lincoln Theatre is a multi use facility, offering the community, in addition to films, the opportunity to present live performances, weddings, conferences, patron appreciations, memorial services & fundraiser events.

Special Events at the Lincoln are unique, wonderful experiences for the audience.

Annual Member Meeting

Wednesday, Sep 20, 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 our last fiscal 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.  The meeting will be followed by an informal social time to meet with our Staff and Board of Directors and share your ideas and concerns.

Volunteer Opportunities Event

Saturday, Sep 16, 3:30 pm

Find out how you can share your time with the Lincoln to make each show a special one for our patrons!  There are many ways to help: selling concessions, offering friendly service as an usher or playing the Mighty Wurlitzer as movie guests are getting seated.

Volunteers also help with special events, work on administrative/office projects, distribute promotional posters  and help clean and maintain the theatre.

The time commitment can range from coming in once every few months to helping each weekend—YOU decide how often to volunteer!

In the Art Bar: Vessels; Mary Quintrall and Sherri Greenleaf

Vessels: Mary Quintrall and Sherri Greenleaf come together to showcase vessels both literal and figurative and provide a catalyst for conversation.  Mary strives to impart positive energy in her happy, colorful object based abstract expressionist work, using color and form to inspire.  Sherri showcases the natural beauty of wood, allowing nature's imperfections to bring visual and textural delight to the eyes, hands, and heart of the beholder.

The MET: Live in HD 2017-18 Season

Advance Tickets: Adult $23, Senior $21, Student (with I.D.) and $19, Child (12 and under) $17, + applicable fees. Lincoln Theatre Members receive $2 off all price levels. Full Season subscribers receive an additional 10% discount.

The Met’s 2017–18 season of Live in HD movie-theater transmissions features ten presentations plus a special holiday encore, beginning October 7 with Bellini’s Norma

October 7, 2017 – NORMA (Bellini) Encore October 15 
New Production
Tentative run time: 3:29

October 14 – DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE (Mozart) Encore October 22

November 18 – THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL (Adès) Encore November 26 
New Production

December 17 – HANSEL AND GRETEL (Humperdinck) Holiday Encore

The MET Live in HD 2017/18

Advance Tickets: Adult $23, Senior $21, Student (with I.D.) and $19, Child (12 and under) $17, plus applicable fees. Lincoln Theatre Members receive $2 off all price levels. Full Season subscribers receive an additional 10% discount.


Norma (New Production)


This new production of Bellini’s masterpiece stars Sondra Radvanovsky as the Druid priestess and Joyce DiDonato as her rival, Adalgisa—a casting coup for bel canto fans. Tenor Joseph Calleja is Pollione, Norma’s unfaithful lover, and Carlo Rizzi conducts. Sir David McVicar’s evocative production sets the action deep in a Druid forest where nature and ancient ritual rule.



Die Zauberflöte

In the Art Bar: Judy Sjerven

Judy Sjerven came to Skagit Valley from San Diego in summer of 2006 to take a plein air workshop by master pastelist/teacher Richard McKinley. The beauty of the area was so inspiring, that six weeks later she was settled into a little house and studio in La Conner. She also took workshops with Albert Handell in Monterey and Terri Ford in Paris and Skagit Valley. She loves the immediacy and possibilities of pastel.