Photo Gallery

This way, folks

An elevated look at more than 150 pipers and drummers in town for the annual Gathering of the Bands Saturday evening in downtown Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)


Drum line

Just a handful of the drummers who marched in Saturday night's massed band in downtown Kincardine. A huge crowd attended Victoria Park for the afternoon festivities of the Gathering of The Bands, and then followed the massed band back to the park after the Saturday night march. Saturday will be the final march of the season for the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band. (Josh Howald photo)


Shark attack

Blair Wilson, 3, and brother Scott, 5, had fun pretending they had been swallowed by a shark at McPherson Park on Saturday. The shark was actually a ban bag toss game, part of the children's activities at the Kincardine Marine Heritage Festival. (Barb McKay photo)


Sinking feeling

This boat was slowly being submerged at the boat launch on the east side of the Kincardine Harbour Thursday morning. THe boat, however, didn't completely sink. It took on quite a bit of water, as you can see, but the owner said Monday it was able to be towed out. (Josh Howald photo)


Tall order!

A huge crowd gathered on the north pier Friday to welcome the Toronto Brigantine Tall Ships Pathfinder and Playfair into the Kincardine harbour. The ships' arrival launced the second annual Kincardine Marine Heritage Festival. Despite choppy waters, the ships arrived without incident. (Barb McKay photo)


Back to (hockey) school

Garrett Meurs puts the youngsters through the paces Thursday at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine at the Garrett Meurs Hockey School, which ran all last week. For the full story, see this week's In the Slot... (Josh Howald photo)


Pretty cheesy

Lori Prehn of Cheesy Monkii adds gravy to some Pine River Cheese curds to make an order of the famous Cheesy Monkii poutine Saturday afternoon at the Pine River Cheese Curds Festival, held at the co-operative on Highway 21. (Josh Howald photo)


Fearless

Lannaia Vanderwoude, 4, of Point Clark was happy to handle a blue-tongued skink at a recent show by Vaughan-based Reptilia Zoo at the Ripley-Huron Community Centre. (Barb McKay photo)


Airport house moved to Inverhuron

Crews moved a house from the municipal airport to Inverhuron Monday morning. For the full story, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Waiting on a wave

Several surfers were in Lake Huron Tuesday night off Station Beach in Kincardine competing in the West Shore Surf Summer Meltdown. (Josh Howald photo)