1910 Freeway Dr
Mt. Vernon, WA 98273
Phone: (360) 428-7020
Fax: (360) 428-7838
La Conner Institute of Performing Arts produces an annual series of concerts and unique performances.
Swinomish Casino provides a full range of gaming, dining, and entertainment! Enjoy playing the slots, table games (Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Pai-Gow and more), bingo hall, poker room, and Keno lounge. Have the Ultimate Friday Night Seafood Buffet in the Two Salmon Café or a drink at the Starlight Lounge! The Cabaret Showroom features comedy, sports & special events! Banquet rooms and catering available. A short drive from Bellingham and North of Seattle, Swinomish Casino is located on Fidalgo Island with views of Mount Baker and the Cascade Mountains, West off I-5 on Highway 20 in Anacortes.
Located about 75 miles north of the Seattle, Skagit Valley Casino Resort offers your pick of baccarat, craps, poker, blackjack and roulette, as well as electronic games and a keno lounge. If gambling works up a hunger or thirst, there are three restaurants to choose from—Moon Beach, a fine dining restaurant serving seafood and steak; Market Buffet and Grill, offering international cuisine; and Northern Lights Deli, offering huge sandwiches, salads and soups. Also check out the casino's new 103-room hotel with conference rooms and a 450-seat showroom. The place opens daily from 9a.
The Skagit is a Las Vegas-style casino featuring more than 670 popular slots, table games, casino events and parties, headline concert entertainment, three restaurants, a luxurious 103-room hotel, and 14,000 square feet of meeting and banquet facilities.
Oak Harbor Plaza Cinema 3 shows three of Hollywood's latest movies.
Besides movies, the Blue Fox Drive-In Theater has a 1/4-mile go-kart track via Brattland Go-Karts.
Larrabee House is also referred to as Lairmont Manor and was built in 1914. It is a noted Renaissance style manor located in Bellingham, Washington. Surrounding the manor is a landscape of award-winning gardens that are pleasantly beautiful. The lavish house is used for various high society functions. It is the perfect destination for weddings, concerts, receptions, reunion parties or for that matter formal meetings and conferences. The manor is replete with distinctive features such as floor-to-ceiling windows, decorative wrought iron work, a courtyard with a fountain, to name a few. It also provides a varied range of catering services, hotel services, florists and event planners, thus making it a more comprehensive place to host your event.
The Jazz Project Season consists of six major projects. The Art of Jazz Series takes place 4 p.m., on the last Sunday of each month from January through November at the American Museum of Radio and Electricity, Looking at Jazz: America's Art Form showcases diverse regional, national, and international touring artists in a six-part film viewing, discussion, and concert series at the American Museum of Radio and Electricity. All in all, The Project will produce 17 concerts and host more than 80 events in multiple venues throughout the year for more than 60 musicians.
It was a dream of The Arts Alive! Group—an Arlington based art group, to have a center for performing arts. It was the need to have he city's own venue where people could enjoy quality art. Funds were raised for by the group, with a lot of support by patrons, and dedication and perseverance of the group members. Finally, Byrnes Performing Arts Center is a state of the art facility in Arlington. The theater has been designed and decorated by the city's well-known artists. The classic chandelier, a Steinway grand piano donated by the Boulton family and a Ghighlieri statue of an eagle entitled "Freedom" was donated by Dr. Wayne Smothers and his wife Marcia all prove the love of art of the citizens of Arlington.
Filling in the void left by closure of Club 3B, Hollie Huthman and Marty Watson have opened The Shakedown, giving Bellingham a much needed music venue. An interesting thing about Shakedown is that everything right from food served here to the music played lends a local feel to it; volunteers having in-depth knowledge about the local music history and young musicians make for a friendly staff. Playing a dual role, bartenders here not only control the bar, but have raided the DJ booth too, blending the good music with equally soothing drinks. You can sit back in the bar and enjoy the concert or try your hand at pool or pinball and similar games. The events held here cater to the young and old, and Shakedown presents a combination of latest style with old school music. When in Bellingham, do visit this place and be a part of this music mania!
The Pickford Cinema is the Whatcom Film Association's intimate, independent 90-seat theater that is reminiscent of the small art houses of the '60s and '70s. Primarly, independent, foreign and documentary films are shown here.
The iDiOM has plays Thursday through Saturday. Shows begin at 8 p.m. and tickets are $10, unless otherwise noted.