Photo Gallery

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)


New exhibit

On the board behind Malcolm and Annette MacDonald are copies of portraits of Kincardine's first dentist and hise wife, Nelson and Emma Gumaer. The MacDonalds, who attended the opening of the exhibit at the Walker House Friday evening, own the paintings, which are currently being restored. (Eric Howald photo)


Tykes on Bikes

Quinton Page, three-and-a-half, steadies himself through one of the event Elgin Market's annual bike rodeo Saturday morning. Members of the Kincardine Triathlon Club were on hand to tgeach bike safety and ensure each bike was in good working condition. (Kiel Edge photo)


Egg-static

Kincardine's Sasha Ross had no trouble finding plenty of eggs at Saturday's Rotary Easter Egg Hunt. Nice weather brought hundreds of youngsters out to join in the hunt. (Katrina Stewart photo)


OPG Basketball season kicks off

Lakers forward Tyler Bellfeuille, left, is watched closely by Michael Fohkens of the Nuggets during the first week of OPG youth basketball Tuesday night at the high school. (Josh Howald photo)


Young helper

Saturday's nice weather brought Kincardine residents outside to get a headstart on spring yardwork. One of the youngest lawn maintainers was two-and-a-half-year-old Miya Wall, who helped her grandfather rake the lawn Saturday afternoon. (Kiel Edge photo)


Flippin' fun

Six-year-old Lucy Thorpe literally flipped over the spring temperatures Saturday. She spent time on the monkey bars at the Tiny Tot playground in MacPherson Park. (Kiel Edge photo)


Chamber presents community achievement awards

Dwight Willet presents the Bruce Power Citizen of the Year Award to Shirley Burnham


A haircut for cancer

Morgan Colling, 8, holds up the hair she is donating to Locks of Love, which makes wigs for cancer patients. Colling, a Ripley Central School student, had her hair chopped off Friday afternoon at Dynamics hair salon in Kincardine. The hair is headed for the Continental Hair Program ofr Kids in Toronto.


Speech competition

Grade 2 student Patricia Dakin discusses Winnie the Pooh during her speech at Thursday's Speaking Shocase at Elgin Market Public School. The Showcase began Wednesday and parents and students filled the gym to hear each of the student's speak. (Kiel Edge photo)