Skaneateles Curbstone Festival

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 2023 Curbstone Festival. We hope to see you next year!

A man puts a balloon hat onto a child's head at the Skaneateles Curbstone Festival

Joining the established shops along Genesee, Jordan and Fennell streets will be pop-up shops by 211 to Waterloo, Alaina Davis Photography, ALFA Gallery, Aura Sky Crystals, Balsam Rose Soap Co., Bree Kids, Clay + Confetti Co., CMI Candles, Cords & More Decor, Covet Thrift Emporium, Eleanor Rhinehart Studio, Forge Gone Conclusions, In Bloom Studio, Lake Life Laser Studio, Nikki’s Photography, REVIVE Cryo and Wellness, SkanDrone, Stacianery, Sugarfoot Apparel, Tipico Roots, and Vintage Bling and Other Fabulous Things.

New to the festival this year are 211 to Waterloo, Aura Sky Crystals, Bree Kids, CMI Candles, Cords & More Decor, Genesee Daley, In Bloom Studio and Pure Placid.

Among the nonprofit organizations taking part are Baltimore Woods, Central New York Land Trust, Eastern Farm Workers Association, John D. Barrow Art Gallery, Skaneateles Historical Society and St. James’ Thrift Shop.

Entertainment will be provided, too. The Jackman Twins, known for their magic, juggling and balloon art, will perform from noon to 4 p.m. Thursday, noon to 3 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. On Friday, the Skaneateles Community Band will perform at the Gazebo starting at 7:30 p.m. (Rain location is the Austin Park Pavilion, 1 E. Austin St.)

Sightseeing cruises will be offered each day by Mid-Lakes Navigation. For schedule updates, go to Tickets can be ordered online, by calling 315-685-8500 or in person at 3 W. Genesee St.

Parking for the Curbstone Festival is available at metered spots along the street or in the municipal lot (accessed through Genesee or State streets), where parking is 75 cents an hour and all-day parking is $6. Free parking is available on various side streets and by the Austin Park Pavilion (across from St. Mary’s Church on Jordan Street).

For more information call 315-685-0552.

A picture of the sidewalk with trees and a yellow tent