Photo Gallery

Chalk chic

Joanne Rice, one of the ‘Chalk Chics’ of Kitchener, draws a swashbuckling Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp). Rice was one of many artisans displaying their talents at the Point Clark lighthouse 150th anniversary party last weekend. (Kristen Shane photo)


Tiverton Reunion Parade

Kelly Robertson, left, and Kenneth Young, seated on the Decade Dignitaries float, represent Tiverton residents born in the 1970s and 1950s, respectively. See this week's print edition of The Independent for more reunion photos.


Nice get!

Justin Maccabe, 7, was working on his stroke Wednesday afternoon at the tennis courts in Kincardine. Maccabe, from London, was visiting relatives in town for the week. (Josh Howald photo)


What rain?

Although Kincardine recieved a lot of rain Saturday, it didnt stop people from showing up Saturday evening for the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Parade. The weather man co-operated for the parade as Blinky and hundreds of fans march behind the band as it makes its way back to Victoria Park. (Eric Howald photo)


Party time

Bruce Power held its annual Beach Party Saturday evening at Reunion Park in Kincardine. Hundreds of people flocked to the beach area for the activities which were capped off by an impressive fireworks display from the north pier at dusk. (Katy Stewart photo)


Down, not out

Kincardine's Jason MacDonnell applies the tag at third base to a Waterdown runner during the bantam tournament at Connaught Park on the weekend. The runner was safe on the play. The Cards beat Centre-Wellington 17-11 Friday, but lost 13-6 to the Aurora Jays Saturday morning. (Josh Howald photo)


At attention

Kevin MacHeffner of Phoenix, Arizona stands at full attention as he is inspected during the Pipe Band Competition Saturday afternoon at Victoria Park. MacHeffner is a member of the 78th Frasher Band. (Josh Howald photo)


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)