2016 Festival Schedule


Now you can see what we have been planning for months! Then there are those opportunities that just pop up, like the Midwest Glampers, a retro-inspired group of camping women and their RVs! Find them at Broad and Main. Some things have been quietly brewing, like Hartvest Ale, a special Broad Street Brewing Co. red beer named for our 5th anniversary! Check out the schedule below. Please thank a sponsor for helping support our community art festival this year.

Music schedule:
Outside Broad & Main 9:00 to 11:00 – Kirk Eastman
11:15 to 1:15 – Matt Hannah
Strolling Minstrel – Van Sederberg

Inside 9:00 -4:00 – UNI New Horizons Band CD/other

Children’s Art Activities
Bill Davis Park  11:00 – 1:00

Bill Davis Park Mural Ribbon Cutting  2:00

Chainsaw Wood Artist Clint Henik
Broad Street at UCC Church 1:00 -4:00

Zen Doodle for Adults and Kids 10+
ALL DAY Legion Room, Memorial Bldg.

Special Performance
Watch for mimes, they are bringing a bit of whimsy
to the festival.

Enter the Raffle Drawing
Memorial Building


Reinbeck Community Development Board
Lincoln Savings Bank
Moeller & Walter
Trunck’s Country Foods
Country Closet
Casey’s General Store
Farm Bureau
Reinbeck Hardware
Reinbeck Woman’s Club
Reinbeck Pharmacy
Lon’s Plumbing & Heating
Sweet & Hartman, PLC
Parkview Manor
Beth Dirks
Watercolors & Acrylics by Marion Boyer
Kathy Etringer
Angie Thesing, Century 21
Julie Russell-Steuart, 
Caveworks Press & Studios


Matt Hannah, Musician



We are excited to have Minnesota musician Matt Hannah play from 11-1 in our outside music area at the corner of Broad and Main Streets, downtown Reinbeck. Festival Day is September 24, 2016.

“Singer-songwriter Matt Hannah hails from the Midwest, but spent time fronting a rock band in New York before he honed his acoustic, melancholy-country spin on Americana-folk music.” Mpls St Paul Magazine

John Jago • Sculpture



Jago, a Waterloo native and critically acclaimed figure sculptor studied art at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Jago received a full scholarship to Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, where he obtained his fine arts degree. He began working at a foundry in northern Arizona producing fine art sculptures. He later became the pour master before being lured to Loveland, Colorado where he founded his own company, Preferred Finishing. He spent 10 years refining his skills and worked with many artists.
In the years that followed, Jago was employed in Monterey, Calif., hiring and training an artist’s staff in all phases of production. In the midst of the work, he suddenly realized he wanted to dedicate himself to creating his own artwork. Critics have described his work as “emotionally charged” and “some of the most fresh and innovative figurative work being done.”
Jago has been commissioned to create numerous sculptures in the Cedar Valley. His bronze sculpture of the former First Lady, Lou Henry Hoover, is located in the Lou Henry Hoover Sculpture Garden, the original site of the Henry family home in Waterloo, Ia. Other commissioned work in the Cedar Valley include a life-sized sculpture of Abraham Lincoln for Lincoln Elementary School, Cedar Falls, Ia; a larger than life-sized bust of Martin Luther King Jr. and life-sized sculpture of Dan Gabel for West High School, Waterloo, Ia.

Facebook Giveaway Contests start!


Enter to win a gift certificate for the Reinbeck Art Festival! We will be giving away gift certificates to buy from an artist on festival day. 6 contests for the next 6 weeks. Be sure to like our page on Facebook to see the contest pop up on your news feed. Check out the pinned post on the page now to enter!


Mary Noeller • Painting



Born and raised in small town Iowa in Benton County, I have always appreciated the beauty and detail of Iowa’s landscape, building, barns and animals. I am the youngest of four sisters whom are equally talented. I am self taught and have painted on and off for forty some years. Along the way I have dabbled in oils, charcoal, pastels, watercolor and gouache but my preferred medium is acrylics. I have displayed in numerous art shows from time to time. Currently I am semi-retired with a bit more time on my hands. Recently my sisters and I have decided to join together to display and sell our art work. We each have our own style and uniqueness. Our time together is very special. Even though we tease and poke fun at each other we have become our own best critiques, inspiration and support of each others work. I enjoy being able to create a painting and it is especially rewarding when someone will say how much it reminds them of when they were growing up on the farm or it was just like grandpa’s barn.The look on their face is priceless.

Linda C. Stark • Painting



Recently retired, I wanted to try painting. I am inspired by Georgia O’Keefe. I credit my multi-talented family with encouraging me in my art pursuit. I am one of five creative sisters and my son is a choreographer that has performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He is a photographer and Professor of Fine Arts in University of Minnesota.