Reedikulus Art Crawl:
A Free Downtown Walking Tour

Friday, July 28th, 5-9 PM

 Join us for this free family friendly walking tour featuring local and regional fine artists exhibiting in retail spaces, vacant storefronts, back alleys, galleries, and city parks all within the beautiful 6-block downtown Reedsburg campus.  Live music, free arts activities and other surprises offered along the route.  Enjoy fine wines, craft beers, soft drinks and snacks at select locations!

Your self-guided tour culminates in City Park with large-scale public art, The Branding Iron’s wood-fired pizza prepared on site and live music by The Merry Weathers 7-9 PM.

Pick up your Art Crawl Map and Passport at LK Design and Photography Studio, 170 E. Main Street, starting at 4:30 PM on the day of the event.  Be sure to purchase a punch card for beverages when you pick up your Map and Passport!

New this year!
Square Dance with Wrannock & The Prairie Spies
5-9 PM in the Avalon Ballroom

“Join us for a square dance in a turn of the century ballroom!  Instructions offered 5-5:30 PM, but no experience is needed.  Just jump right in and follow the other dancers and the caller’s prompts!”

Free Saturdaze Art Gallery Stroll

Saturday, July 29, 12-5 PM

In case you miss Friday’s Reedikulus Art Crawl, or just want to take a second look at some of the art, select galleries will remain open on Saturday, July 29th, 12-5 PM.
 
Pick up your map at LK Design and Photography, 170 E. Main Street.
 

The Saturdaze Art Gallery Stroll occurs in conjunction with Reedsburg‘s Party in the Park, City Park, 9 AM– 7 PM featuring a flea market, food carts, free kids crafts, a DJ and Jake O’ McCluskey Band 5-7 PM.  Hosted by the Reedsburg Revitalization Organization.  Visit this link for the Party in the Park schedule:
Hosted by the Reedsburg Revitalization Organization.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 

With special thanks to ArtsLink’s partners and sponsors


The Reedikulus Art Crawl and Saturdaze is supported in part by a grant from the Sauk County U.W. Extension Arts and Culture Committee and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.