Cultivating the Arts

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Introducing: The Lincoln Cultural Center

Where history is embraced, talent is cultivated and art; both visual and performing, are enjoyed.

Located in downtown Lincolnton, NC, the Lincoln Cultural Center has been housed in the former location of the First Baptist Church since 1991. The Classical Revival style building was designed by Charlotte architect J.M. McMichael and constructed in 1922. One of its most beloved features is the magnificent stained glass Rosette window in the dome of what is now Timken Performance Hall. Listed on the National Register for Historical Places, the Center is home to: The Arts Council of Lincoln County, Lincoln County Historical Association, Lincoln Community Concert Association, Lincoln Theatre Guild and the Jacob Forney Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Office Hours for the Lincoln Cultural Center
10:00 am - 5:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Wednesday and Saturday

2016-2017
 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OFFICERS

Christine Poinsette, President
Jeff Taylor, 1st Vice Chair
Joanna Underwood, 2nd Vice Chair
Debbie Funk, Treasurer
Becky Reavis, Secretary

MEMBERS AT LARGE

Charles Holland
Gene Poinsette
Bob Lawrence
Ramona Ramsey
Jamel Farley
Diane Carpenter

BOARD APPOINTEES

Devin Rhyne, City of Lincolnton
Alex Patton, Lincoln County Government
Tony Jenkins, Lincoln County Schools

MEMBER REPRESENTATIVES

Sharon G. Poole, LTG
Vickey Ammessa, D.A.R.
Marilyn Brooks, NLJC
Bill Beam, LCHA
Allen Hubbard, LCCA
Deanna McGinnis, ACLC

STAFF

Cathy G. Davis, Executive Director
Dustin Richardson, Operations Manager


   25th Anniversary Contributors
Individual and Corporate Donations
Recognizing 
The Lincoln Cultural Center's 
Silver Celebration


Presenter
THE TIMKEN FOUNDATION - $75,000 AWARD
Benefactor
Jim & Edwina Beam

Sustainer
Charles Holland
in Honor of Judy Holland

Patron
Dr. David and Jerri Sue Staton

Contributor
Dr. Jim and Teresa Watson
in Honor of Jean Dellinger, Former School Board Member
Mary Whisnant
Robert J. & Carolyn Heafner Williams
in Memory of Harlan & Evangeline Heafner
Faye Painter
Tom & Sue Bowen
Anthony & Cathy Davis
in Memory of Donald G. Goodson
Loretta Beam
Ann Heafner Gaither
Jerry & evelyn Cochrane
Jerry Campbell
in Honor of the Dustin Richarson Family
Steve Zickefoose
In Honor of Larry Turner

Donor
Harry & Diane Brogden
Martin & Jill Eaddy
Don & Lessy Pendleton
Ken & Linda Harrill Rudisill
in Memory of Fleta Boggs Harrill
Boyce and Pat Hance
Brad and Paula Micol
Roger and Kathy Goodson
in Honor of Dr. Becky Reavis
Mark and Donna Robinson

Friend
Pris Mauney
in Memory of Vivian Bynum
Charles Eurey
in Honor of Sybil Eurey
Dr. Richard Pence
Gerry & Gayle Park











Guitar Lessons
Tue Jan 24 @ 4:00PM - 08:00PM
Guitar Lessons
Tuesday 4:00-8:00
Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu Jan 26 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Cara Canaday's Music Studio
Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon Jan 30 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Cara Canaday's Music Studio
Guitar Lessons
Tue Jan 31 @ 4:00PM - 08:00PM
Guitar Lessons
Tuesday 4:00-8:00
Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu Feb 02 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Cara Canaday's Music Studio
The Taffetas
Fri Feb 03 @ 7:00PM -
"The Taffetas"
A Musical Journey Through the Fabulous Fifties
Featuring: Anna Lisa Locke, Sherry Duncan and Gaye Howard as "The Taffetas" accompanied by pianist, Todd Wright with John Locke playing the dapper announcer. "The Taffetas" is a fund raiser for the Lincoln Cultural Center.

When: February 3rd and 4th
Where: The Lincoln Cultural Center
403 East Main Street Lincolnton
Time: 7 pm (Doors open at 6 pm)
Admission: $12 Seniors/Students $10
Advance Tickets-Lincoln Cultural Center
The Taffetas
Sat Feb 04 @ 7:00PM -
"The Taffetas"
A Musical Journey Through the Fabulous Fifties
Featuring: Anna Lisa Locke, Sherry Duncan and Gaye Howard as "The Taffetas" accompanied by pianist, Todd Wright with John Locke playing the dapper announcer. "The Taffetas" is a fund raiser for the Lincoln Cultural Center.

When: February 3rd and 4th
Where: The Lincoln Cultural Center
403 East Main Street Lincolnton
Time: 7 pm (Doors open at 6 pm)
Admission: $12 Seniors/Students $10
Advance Tickets-Lincoln Cultural Center
Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon Feb 06 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Cara Canaday's Music Studio
Guitar Lessons
Tue Feb 07 @ 4:00PM - 08:00PM
Guitar Lessons
Tuesday 4:00-8:00
PAINT AND SIP
Wed Feb 08 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM
PAINT AND SIP
Valentines Paint and Sip
For couples or BFFs, Paint a canvas when placed togehter nmakes one painting. No art skills are needed. 
Two canvases, all necessary supplies and step-by-step directions will be provided. Inclued are a yummy dessert and completed art, Drinks are BYOB. Glasses Available.

Cost $25 per person

$5 discount for registering and paying before Feb 1

Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu Feb 09 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Cara Canaday's Music Studio
NANAS' NAUGHTY KNICKERS
Fri Feb 10 @ 7:00PM -

NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS
presented by the Lincoln Theatre Guild

Where: Lincoln Cultural Center Performance Hall
When: February 10,11,12, 17,18, 19
Dinner Theatre February 10- and 11
Friday's and Saturday at 7:00 PM
Sunday's at 3:00 PM

Reserved Seating
$25 Dinner Theatre
$15 Adults
$10 Student/Senior
Call 704-452-7895
Orders tickets online at boxoffice@lincolntheatreguild.com
or go to our website at

www.lincolntheatreguild.com/tickets

NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS was orignally produced at the Rainbow Dinner Theatre in Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2010.
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Nana's
Sat Feb 11 @ 7:00PM -
NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS
presented by the Lincoln Theatre Guild

Where: Lincoln Cultural Center Performance Hall
When: February 10,11,12, 17,18, 19
Dinner Theatre February 10- and 11
Friday's and Saturday at 7:00 PM
Sunday's at 3:00 PM

Reserved Seating
$25 Dinner Theatre
$15 Adults
$10 Student/Senior
Call 704-452-7895
boxoffice@lincolntheatreguild.com
or go to our website at

www.lincolntheatreguild.com/tickets

NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS was orignally produced at the Rainbow Dinner Theatre in Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2010.
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Nana's
Sun Feb 12 @ 3:00PM -

NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS
presented by the Lincoln Theatre Guild

Where: Lincoln Cultural Center Performance Hall
When: February 10,11,12, 17,18, 19
Dinner Theatre February 10- and 11
Friday's and Saturday at 7:00 PM
Sunday's at 3:00 PM

Reserved Seating
$25 Dinner Theatre
$15 Adults
$10 Student/Senior
Call 704-452-7895
Orders tickets online at
or go to our website at

www.lincolntheatreguild.com/tickets

NANA'S NAUGHTY KNICKERS was orignally produced at the Rainbow Dinner Theatre in Pennsylvania in the Spring of 2010.
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon Feb 13 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Cara Canaday's Music Studio
Guitar Lessons
Tue Feb 14 @ 4:00PM - 08:00PM
Guitar Lessons
Tuesday 4:00-8:00

MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS

Atrs Council of Lincoln CountyLincoln County Historical AssociationLincoln Community Concert AssociationLincoln Theatre GuildDaughters of the American Revolution

PUBLIC PARTNERS

Lincoln County North CarolinaLovable Lincolnton North Carolina

 

Lincoln Cultural Center

403 E MAIN STREET • LINCOLNTON, NC • 704-732-9055 • lincolncultural@bellsouth.net


The Lincoln Cultural Center’s purpose is to stimulate a deeper interest in Lincoln County’s heritage, to promote the appreciation and participation in the arts, and to foster a close relationship among the member arts organizations. The Center is a 501c (3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to support the cultural enrichment of the citizens of Lincoln County, North Carolina.