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

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Mid Year Pottery Market
July 12th and 13th

No Admission - Concessions Available

Visit with potters, enjoy their wonderful wares, explore the various techniques and talent, discover what makes their work unique. Perhaps you will decide which pieces you will purchase for gifts, passing on the rich legacy of Catawba Valley Pottery, or keep a few for yourself. Maybe select a piece of utilitarian pottery that will last for decades and leave your guest wanting one. While in Lincolnton take time to walk down Main Streetand enjoy Pots on Parade.




Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon Apr 22 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Toastmasters
Mon Apr 22 @ 7:00PM -
Toastmasters
Howard's Creek Quilters
Tue Apr 23 @ 9:00AM -
Quilting Group
Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu Apr 25 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon Apr 29 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Toastmasters
Mon Apr 29 @ 7:00PM -
Toastmasters
Howard's Creek Quilters
Tue Apr 30 @ 9:00AM -
Quilting Group
Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu May 02 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon May 06 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Toastmasters
Mon May 06 @ 7:00PM -
Toastmasters
Howard's Creek Quilters
Tue May 07 @ 9:00AM -
Quilting Group
Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu May 09 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Piano and Voice Lessons
Mon May 13 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio
Toastmasters
Mon May 13 @ 7:00PM -
Toastmasters
Howard's Creek Quilters
Tue May 14 @ 9:00AM -
Quilting Group
Piano and Voice Lessons
Thu May 16 @ 4:00PM -
Piano and Voice Lessons
Carla Canaday's Music Studio

MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS

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

PUBLIC PARTNERS

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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.