Photo Gallery

Second fiddle

The Walker House hosted World Fiddle Day Saturday afternoon with an outdoor performance of fiddle and acoustic music. The Irish Dancers from Celtic Academy Canada performed for the crowd. From left are Elena Dobson, 7, Walkerton; Kailynn Moyer, 9, of Mildmay and Kate Bester, 7, of Chepstow and Jie-Lynn Barrett, 10, of Port Elgin. (Sandra Christison photo)

Play on!

In the white shirts, from left, Kincardine's Brad Mangotich, Easton Battler and Jakeb Siekierski watch goaltender Matt Osadca make a save Saturday in downtown London at CBC's PlayOn 3-on-3 Street Hockey Tournament. The Kincardine players went 1-3 in the Elite Division of the 500-plus team tournament, the largest to ever take place in Ontario. (Josh Howald photo)


The Lighthouse Swing Band held its first dance of the season Sunday at the Kincardine Pavilion. Here, James Booth and Liana Stammers of London show off some skill to the band and singer Kelda Mikalson of Owen Sound. (Barb McKay photo)

Patient diversion plan aims to reduce non-urgent ER visits

This is National Nurses Week. Jess Fielder, left, and Stacie Rowe are two nurses that staff the emergency department of the Kincardine hospital. For the full story on the new patient diversion plan, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)

Show of support

More than 100 pick-up trucks lined Highway 21 as drivers from all over the region participated in a a truck cruise in memory of Clint Parker Saturday. Clint was killed in a snowmobile crash earlier this year. The trucks left from Concession 9 and travelled through Tiverton to North-Bruce. The ride was organized by 519TRUCKS and funds raised will be used to establish a four-year trophy and bursary at Kincardine District Secondary School. Funds were also expected to go to the Canadian Tire JumpStart program. (Barb McKay photo)

Walking with purpose

A large crowed turned out for the 15th annual Kincardine Mandarin MS Walk Sunday. The Penetangore Pipe Band led walkers out of the Davidson Centre. Team Pearl Girls, from the Kings Pearl in Tiverton, has participated every year since 2012. From left are Kara McGuire, Marilyn Engel, Nicole Gilcreest, April Catto, Chrystal Campbell and Nancy Alexander. (Barb McKay photo)

Practice makes perfect

The pre-ballet performers from Grace Academy rehearse for their Spring Dance Recital at Kincardine District Secondary School on Saturday. Front, from left, are Coraline Henry, 4, and Emily Goetz, 6. Back, from left, are Ella Szdlowski, 5, and Katelyn Edey, 5. The recital will take place this weekend. (Barb McKay photo)

Climb to the top

Ryan Taylor, 6, had a blast climbing the rock wall at the first annual Kincardine Expo at the Davidson Centre on the weekend. A great crowd of people visited the community centre on both Saturday and Sunday to view more than 60 vendors and exhibits on the arena floor and in the hall. (Josh Howald photo)

Volunteers honoured, needed

Karen MacInness, left, and Paula Raspberry share a moment outside the Community Living Kincardine and District Lambton Street office Thursday afternoon at a volunteer appreciation party. The party honoured CKLD's volunteers, as well as the clients who volunteer in the community. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

Hello yellow!

From left, Alexis Scott, Virginia Dahmer and Alyssa Scott, all 6, proudly display daffodil pinwheels during KTTPS' Yellow Walk as part of its Paint the School Yellow activities in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. The walk pulled in nearly $400. April is Daffodil Monht, which is the Cancer Society's national fundraising campaign. (Barb McKay photo)