Photo Gallery

Birthday dip

Myra Broughton swam 81 lengths Thursday to celebrate her 81st birthday, which is today, Canada Day. (Katy Stewart photo)


First and sandy

Charles Lamont tackles Chase Hauck during a game of beach football Friday afternoon at Station Beach in Kincardine. The beach was packed with people enjoying the sunny weather. (Josh Howald photo)


Hot shot

The Kincardine Nimrod Club held its annual Blackpowder shoot Saturday. Sharon Rider, a 20-year member of the club, firest a blackpowder pistol at the Nimrod Club's range. (Katy Stewart photo)


Legion Track

Guelph's Helena Reinfelds opens up a wide lead over Laura Irwin, left, and Sam Skinner, right, in the girls under-15 80m hurdles Saturday at the Davidson Centre. Reinfelds won the event at the Royal Canadian Legion District C Track and Field meet. (Josh Howald photo)


Bears in the park

From left, Maiya, Makayla and Maysie Roberts enjoyed the annual Teddy Bear Parade Sunday afternoon at Victoria Park. The trio had their bears Dolly, Fiona and Lily with them at one of the largest Teddy Bear Parades ever. The parade, led by a fire truck, stretched for more than a block. (Natasha Zettler photo)


Carrying the torch

Community Living's Katie Moker, right, carries the torch through Kincardine with help from Louise Bursey Tuesday morning. (Josh Howald photo)


Safe at home

Matt Pollock of the Kincardine Cardinals slides safely into home plate Friday evening at Connaught Park. The second-inning run gave Kincardine a lead over visiting Goderich. (Josh Howald photo)


Legs up

Kincardine's Rahul Deshpante battles for the ball with a Saugeen Shores midfielder Thursday night at the Davidson Centre. (Josh Howald photo)


Frigid fall

Kincardine Bulldogs goaltender Drew Pegrum splashes down in the dunk tank during Saturday's Cops for Cancer shave-off in the Sobey's parking lot. There was an enthusiastic corwd at the event, which raised more than $10,000. (Kiel Edge photo)


Mulitcultural Night

Eliza Bumba, left, and Dakota Smith hold a banana condiment from Angola as part of their display at Kincardine's annula Multicultural Night. More than 1,500 people attended the event at the Davidson Centre. (Kiel Edge photo)