Photo Gallery

Expo putting

Mitchell Hackett lines up a putt Sunday afternoon at the Kincardine Expo hosted by the Kincardine Chamber of Commerce on the weekend at the Davidson Centre. That's his grandmother Shirley Hackett and sister Mikaela Hackett waiting for their turn. (Josh Howald photo)

Branch for beach

Georgia Caslick, 4, and sister Sophia, 5, were a big help to staff from The Co-Operators who performed a beach clean-up at Station Beach Saturday morning. Staff from the Kincardine branch of CIBC also held a beach clean-up event. (Barb McKay photo)

All that jazz

The Kincardine Summer Music Festival kicked off its evening concert series on Saturday with a performance from London jazz singer Sonja Gustafson at the Best Western Plus Governor's Inn. For a schedule of upcoming concerts, visit (Barb McKay photo)

Setting sun

The sunset was a particularly nice one Sunday evening over Lake Huron. (Josh Howald photo)

Game winner

This goal ended up being the difference between Desboro and Owen Sound Saturday evening in the final of the girls hockey tournament at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)

Wheel nasty weather

Winter refuses to go away this year. However, despite some recent ugly weather, temperatures are expected to warm up later this week. (Josh Howald photo)

Bent into shape

Claire Cassidy-Byle of Magnum Fitness instructs a yoga group Sunday afternoon at the 3rd annual Health and Wellness Fair at the Davidson Centre hall. The hall was filled with vendors offering samples and performing live demonstrations. All the proceeds from the event went to Kincardine Community Living. (Josh Howald photo)

Hoops for sisters

River White of First Nation of Oneida had the full attention of the audience as he performed the challenging hoop dance during the For Our Stolen Sisters event at Kincardine and District Secondary School on Saturday. The event was organized by local volunteers to bring attention to and honour the more than 1,200 missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Canada. The evening featured dances, music, theatre, personal stories and displays. (Barb McKay photo)

Spring swing

Emma Slade spins Chantel Whaling, both 9, on the playground equipment at MacPherson Park Sunday afternoon. The girls were among many local residents out enjoying the warm weather. (Josh Howald photo)

One heck of an egg hunt

More children than you can count mix it up at the ninth annual Easter Egg Hunt in Victoria Park Sunday morning. Here, the 4 to 7 age group hunts through the hay for goodies. The Easter Bunny even made it out to the event, organized by the Kincardine Rotary Club. (Josh Howald photo)