Kinsmen Sidewalk Days had 249 vendor spaces available and was completely sold out. You can check out everything from retail store sidewalk sales to arts, crafts and food.


If you can planning to head down to Sidewalk Days, please remember to leave your your pets at home. The hot pavement, loud music and large crowds can be very stressful for animals.

Festival organizers are also asked to refrain from using bikes or skateboards while attending Sidewalk Days.


Along with the vendors will be plenty of entertainment. The Moose Jaw Ford Children's is located in front of Victory Church with inflatables, free face painting and a number of entertainers will stop by. At the intersection of Main Street and High Street will be the Deja Vu Duel Zone with four-person jousting and a Bungee Run Course.

Live music will take place at the Grant Hall Main Stage and John's Music Stage, including Battle of the Bands starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the Main Stage. 


A reminder that Main Street North will be closed from Ross Street to Manitoba Street to accommodate the Kinsmen Sidewalk Days Festival and it is expected to reopen to traffic at 6 p.m. on Saturday

Motorists are reminded to obey all temporary signage and to use caution around barricaded areas.


The Kinsmen Sidewalk Days Festival began on Thursday and runs until Saturday. The Festival opens at 10 a.m. each day. It is closing at 8 p.m. on Friday and 5 p.m. on Saturday. You can find more about the festival's activities on their Facebook page.