Photograph by Rex Flottman, Gifted to us by Bob Redford, Rex Flottman and the Walnut Valley Festival.

Cannot remember who gave this to us .. If it was you please let us know so we can give you credit. 🙂

This flag was a gift from Beppe Gambetta the first year he attended/preformed at the festival. He had just played his first ever set on Stage 5 and was overwhelmed at the reception and ovation he received. He left for a few minutes and then came back with this Italian soccer team flag that he had signed for us. Every year for several in a row when Beppe returned to Winfield we would hang the flag on the stage before his set.

Beppe Gambetta on Stage 5 2022

After his 2022 set on Stage 5 Beppe again wrote on the flag he gave us so many years ago. He added “After 35 years still deeply in love with you! Beppe”

A gift from our friends at the Stillwater Camp On our 15th Anniversary. Made from Crown Royal purple bags.

Clock built by Larry Junker gifted to us on our 15th year.

Oil painting by Ron Chandler 

2009 Silk Screen (done by Kenny Parks – Stillwater Camp) This one was done on our old bus.

From Joe & Joe of Bunker Hill on our 20th. This platter is 16″ diameter.

Also from Bunker Hill about our 22nd or 23rd year. Made by David Veath

2006 – Elk Falls Pottery

2006 – Elk Falls Pottery

Purchased from Elk Falls Pottery by Stillwater Camp and gifted to us in 2006. It is a mega mug .. it holds about 1 gallon and a half.

2011 – Elk Falls Pottery. Purchased by the Stillwater Camp and gifted to our crew members.

2011 – Elk Falls Pottery – Special 25 year crew ornament.

Tie-dye tapestry made by Kathy Reed

Water color by Ron McGuinty – Gypsy Wagon days

Craig with Ron McGuinty artist (right) . Craig purchased this painting at a Kansas Acoustic Arts Association auction.

Painted by Barbara Killion (Tie-Dye Kelly’s Mom) presented to Russell & Sherry by Bill Hoy and the Stage 5 Crew.

Room service hand towels. provided by the Stillwater Camp. Not sure who was responsible for the embroidery. 30 year anniversary. 2016

Painting of long time crew member Bob Dorman – By Jett Summers

Painted by Janice Sizemore .. originally used in the Wichita River Festival Sundown Parade with the Kansas Acoustic Arts Association float entry. It was used a couple of times as a back drop on Stage 5 in Winfield.

Painted Stage 5 stones (artist unknown) If you did these please let us know.

Relief carving by DeAnn Merry.

Our friend Jana Dale has made many buttons for us over the years … so many different pictures of the stage depicted on these buttons.

Another button maker MaryAnne Baker Lippincott, made crew buttons for us for several years.

Wooden Stage 5 picks made by Steve Barton.

Stage Five port barrel Aged – Central Standard Brewing 7.2 ABV

Art Farm – Skylar Tippit has made many many Stage 5 items including mountains of Stage 5 t-shirts, koozies, etc. 

You can now check out a page devoted to Stage 5 t-shirts and screen printed designs.  Just go to … Threads

2019 Walnut Valley Poster .. Look, there … in the background 🙂

2021 Walnut Valley Festival Poster … Is there something in the campfire smoke?

The following 5 photos are carvings done on Russell & Sherry’s walking sticks carved by Russell’s father Robert in 2014 .. Bob was a master wood carver but these would would some of his final carvings before passing. After Russell’s mother passed Bob became an honorary part of the Stage 5 Crew .. he would sit in the backstage area and carve little boots and hand them out to whoever was close by. By the time he carved the walking sticks he was getting pretty shaky. I have included a couple of his award winning carvings for reference, following the walking stick pictures.

2021 Crew bag embroidered by Dee VanBoening of Chic-A-Dee Creations

2021 Wooden laser engraved keychain designed and made by Christy & Michael Chavez

2022 – 2 signs for new bed rails and a new key fob – made by Russell Lambrechtse

Kitchen towels embroidered by Dee VanBoening at Chick-A-Dee creations.

Our friends at the Stillwater Camp gifted our crew these awesome 35th anniversary logo aprons. They also treated the Stage 5 crew to a Stillwater Camp style catered supper.

The Pecan Grover drawn as a black and white by Brooke Gehman in 2000. Updated by The Stillwater Camp in 2022 with colored pencils and special touches of select local camps. Gifted to the Stage 5 Camp on our 35th anniversary.