Photo Gallery

Five years in the making

Point Clark lighthouse restoration complete

The Point Clark lighthouse was officially re-opened Saturday. Helping with the ribbon cutting ceremonies were, from left, Gary MacMillan of Parks Canada, Huron-Bruce MP Ben Lobb, Huron-Kinloss mayor Mitch Twolan, Katerine Welch of Parks Canada and RCMP Mountie and Point Clark native Jason Morton. For the full story on the project and Saturday's opening, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


On tempo

Pantki Shah and Alora Myall, both 9, put on a performance at the first Drift In Cruise Night of the season Friday in downtown Kincardine. The girls are with the Grace Dance Academy. (Barb McKay photo)


A Scottish welcome!

A little rain can't stop the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band. The band made its debut Saturday night, kicking off another summer of marches. There will be no shortage of all things Scottish this weekend, with the 16th annual Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games set to kick off Friday night. For more details, pick up a copy of this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


All wet!

Hughie Cahill, 5, tests out the new splash pad at Lions Park in Kincardine on Saturday. The Kincardine Lions Clb held a 'soft' opening to allow children who had raised money for the water park - Olivia, Sierra and Cole Griffin, Max Malholtra and Ashley Mayer - to be the first to try it out. (Barb McKay photo)


Multi-culturual Night in Kincardine

The ladies of India were in good spirits Wednesday evening at Kincardine's annual multi-cultural night. A large crowd attended the Davidson Centre for a virtual tour around the world that included live entertainment and traditional cultural food. Here, Renuka Sood, Minal Karavadra, Rakhi Chitkara, Mamta Patel, Mary Aranjo and Abhilasha Tripathi pause for a photo. (Josh Howald photo)


Return of the tartan

The Kincardine Tartan was piped from the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #183 to Victoria Park on Saturday morning in what was essentially a practice parade for Saturday, which is opening night for Saturday evening marches. The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band has been marching Queen Street on Saturday nights since 1948. (Josh Howald photo)


Stung at home

Jacob Condy of Saugeen Shores slides safely into home as catcher Nick Heinisch misses the toss while pitcher Nathan Andrews backs him up. Kincardine and the Saugeen Shores peewees played last Wednesday night at Legion Park in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)


Artist with heart

Stormy Gervais, 6, made a donation of $150 to the Women's House Serving Bruce and Grey last week. Gervais raised the money through an art show, selling her own works. She also donated some more art last week for the Women's House. With Gervais is Tiffany Love, Community and Fund Development Co-ordinator of the Women's House. (Josh Howald photo)


Bears on parade

Rory Nesbitt could see only teddy bears Saturday morning at the annual Teddy Bear Parade in Kincardine. The parade was led by the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Department through downtown and back to Victoria Park. The park was packed with children and parents for the always popular event. (Barb McKay photo)


Tennis?

Malcolm Lane, 6, leaps to make a shot last week at the Kincardine Tennis Club. He was one of about 30 youngsters who are getting tennis lessons from Sally Treidlinger as part of the Club's new junior program. (Josh Howald photo)