Photo Gallery

Is he here yet?

Sadie, Skye and Pharah Chisholm eagerly await Santa in the annual Kincardine Santa Claus parade Saturday night. (Pauline Kerr photo)


All I want for Christmas is...

One-year-old Hudson York is too little to tell Santa what he wants for Christmas, but Santa knows. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Kincardine Hometown Christmas

So soft
Little Kayley MacKay finds the donkey very soft to pet. The petting zoo also had camels and several other animals. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Spooky

These trick-or-treaters made a stop at Condor Books during the Kincardine BIA's Saturday Spooktacular. From left are Kaitlyn McCoy-Clavin, Max Hallay, Mason Hallay and Ivy Hallay. For more photos, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Beating the drum

West African drummer Fana Soro was at Kincardine District Secondary School last week for a special presentation, in French, for high school students and visiting elementary school students. (Barb McKay photo)


Everybody on the bus

These sisters were dressed appropriately for a bus ride back in time Saturday night at the annual Women's House 60's Fall Gala at the Davidson Centre. The event was a fundraiser for the Women's House Serving Bruce & Grey. From left is Melanie Merkt, Valerie Taves, Stephanie Kropf and behind the wheel, Wendy Swann. (Josh Howald photo)


Poet speaks at KDSS

Dwayne Morgan urged KDSS students to take hold of their lives last week. The poet and member of the Scarborough Walk of Fame spoke to KDSS students about choices. For the full story, don't miss this sweek's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Frontrow seats

Good seats were still available for Thursday's sunset on the Lake Huron shoreline north of the harbour in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)


Oh, Pu

London Knights forward Clifford Pu reacts to Sean Durzi's overtime goal that gave the Owen Sound Attack a 4-3 win last Sunday afternoon in London. (Josh Howald photo)


Painting and awareness

Jaylynn Wolfe, 0, replicates a painting by Metis artist Jaime Black who started the REDress Project to raise awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. A total of 25 people attended the painting event, held at the Holiday Inn in Kincardine. The event was led by First Nation artist Moses Lunham of Kettle and Stoney Point. (Barb McKay photo)