Photo Gallery

Here's to red hats

About 85 ladies travelled from all over Bruce. Grey and Huron Counties to attend the Lucknow Sepoy Ranees' event. here they toast the Queen on her 90th birthday. (Barb McKay photo)


Bears on parade

Cohen, 4, and Hedley Stam, 2, were all smiles at the 22nd annual Teddy Bear Parade in Kincardine Saturday morning. Nearly 100 youngsters, and more than 100 bears, took part in the free event, which included prizes and a march down Queen Street. (Josh Howald photo)


Got that swing

There was a full house at the Kincardine Pavilion Sunday, despite the power outage. People came from as far away as Ohio to take a spin on the dance floor. Here, centre, is Wilfried and Joan Kleser of Clinton. The Lighthouse Swing Band will hold dances at the pavilion throughout the summer. For a schedule, visit www.lighthouseswingband.com. (Barb McKay phot)


Safe!

Mitch Jarvis, Kincardine's pitcher, tries to make a tag at home plate to prevent Hanover from scoring during Friday night action at the Dave Dunlop midget tournament held at Connaught Park in Kincardine over the weekend. (Barb McKay photo)


Shriners march!

The Shriners entertained the town Saturday afternoon with a fian parade down Queen Street in Kincardine. The Shriners were in town for a convention and pulled out all the stops - and toys - for the weekend parade. (Josh Howald photo)


Jump for joy

Abi Palmer shows off some jump rope skills at Jump Rope For Heart at KTTPS last Thursday. (Barb McKay photo)


Three men and a bear

There was plenty of excitement in the south end of town last Wednesday when this black bear was spotted on Adelaide Street early in the morning, and then on Kincardine Ave. South-Bruce OPP officers and conservation officers captured the bear in a tree near the dog park off Bruce Ave. just before noon. They were helped by Municipality of Kincardine fire chief Kent Padfield, right, and municipal emergency management co-ordinator Frank Merkt (not shown, to Padfield's left). The bear was tranquilized and relocated to the Bruce Peninsula, where he was released. (Barb McKay photo)


Swept up

From left, Makala Jamieson, Ethan Long, Makayla Clampitt and Raven Sharpe pose for photos in front of Lake Huron prior to the 2016 Kincardine District Secondary School prom at the Kincardine Pavilion Saturday night. (Barb McKay photo)


Hahn wins derby

Phil Hahn has won the Fish Kincardine Derby with a 16.34-pound chinook salmon.

Danielle Lajuenesse, 9, left, and Alex Lajeunesse, 12, spent Saturday afternoon on the south pier in the sunshine hoping to land the catch of the day during Kids Day at the Fish Kincardine Derby. (Barb McKay photo)

Hahn, from Tiverton, reeled in the winning fish May 21 and was at the top of the leader board ever since. The 31st annual derby came to a close on Sunday.

The trout division was also won by a local angler. Diane Wylds-Molnar had the derby's best trout, a Laker that weighed in a 19.96-pounds.


Fiddlesticks

Randy Morrison of Brampton was one of the special guests to perform at World Fiddle Day Saturday afternoon on Harbour Street in Kincardine. Morrison, who has family in the area, and his fellow fiddlers had perfect weather for the show. (Josh Howald photo)