Skaneateles Marina is a FULL service marina conveniently located 6 miles down the west side of Skaneateles Lake.
Rental Boats & more.
Skaneateles Marina Hours:
Summer Season: May 24th-Labor Day
Sunday-Thursday: 9am-6pm **OPEN Labor Day 9am-6pm
Friday & Saturday 9am-8pm ***CLOSED DAY AFTER LABOR DAYSpring Season: May 10th-May 23rd
Monday-Sunday: 9:00 am-5pmFall Hours: Labor Day-October 15th
Wednesday-Sunday: 9:30 am-5pmWinter Season: October 15th-May 15th
Closed for the season: Winter Office located at Brinson Marine
Phone: (315) 701-0208
Contact us by e-mail, phone or letter at:
1938 West Lake Rd.
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Phone: (315) 685-5095
Joe Panzarella established the original
“Imagine, Art For Adornment”
in November of 1992,
?at 8 East Genesee Street in Skaneateles, New York
In the summer of 2009 we moved into our new location at
38 East Genesee St. We moved just 100 yards up the
road, but found an outstanding space in which to grow.
Our focus has changed little since 1992, as we are still
striving to provide the most diverse collection of contemporary
handcraft in the Central New York area.
38 East Genesee Street
Skaneateles, New York 13152
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 to 5:30
Sunday: 11:00 to 5:00
Erie Canal &
Erie Canal Charters
• 1 & 2-Day
Erie Canal Cruises
Call for reservations and information. You’ll speak directly with our knowledgeable staff.
Mid-Lakes Navigation Co., Ltd.
11 Jordan St., PO Box 61
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Mother’s Day Garden Tour at Sycamore Hill Gardens
Date: Sunday, May 11
Location: 2130 Old Seneca Turnpike, Marcellus NY Phone: 315 673-1350 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Invest in some family time, bring mom out to enjoy acres and acres of landscaped gardens and ponds with over 500,000 flowering bulbs, and 700 flowering trees and shrubs. Proceeds benefit Baltimore Woods.
Tickets for the garden tour are $5 advance (before May 3rd), $10 at door. Children 8 and under are free. No pets. please.
Click here to get your advance sale tickets now!
The story of Anyela’s Vineyards began three generations ago in Eastern Europe and continues today on the hillside high above Skaneateles Lake. The Nocek family combines its viticultural experience with the cooler climate patterns and fertile soil to grow our select grapes.
Unlike other vineyards along neighboring Finger Lakes, we protect our vines from the cold after the fall harvest. One by one, we carefully remove them from the trellises and bury them in the rich earth to insulate the sensitive primary buds, which eventually become the fruit. In spring, we re-trellis the vine for maximum sun exposure. We also control our grape yield to cultivate the ripest, most flavorful fruit.