Photo Gallery

Warming up their pipes

The Kincardine Community Singers were gearing up for their annual performance last Wednesday night at Knox Presbyterian Church. In the back is Orrie Gingrich. Front , left, Lisa Kordyjaka and Deb Marks. (Josh Howald photo)

Santa comes to town

Santa Claus gets a hand as he gets off his emergency transportation Sunday night in Ripley. (Josh Howald photo)

Snowy ride

It wasn't all work for Kincardine's residents after the weekend's snow fall. Three-year-old Casey Beisel took advantage of the fresh powder by sledding with her brother Jordan Saturday morning. (Kiel Edge photo)

A warm treat

Friday night's rain and cool temperatures didn't stop Mikaela, 6, and Mitchell Hackett, 3, from enjoying Kincardine's Home Town Christmas. Cups of hot chocolate helped the pair keep warm. (Kiel Edge photo)

Santa smiles

Catherine and Keira Hazzard  have a face-to-face meeting with Santa Claus during Friday night's Home Town Christmas in Kincardine. (Kiel Edge photo)

Fair Trade Craft Show

Ruth Shane, right, discusses a sale with Agnes White, left, at the Fair Trade Craft Show Saturday morning at the Kincardine Library. Retired teachers from Huron Heights Public School organized the show, which featured crafts from Third World artisans. Proceeds from the show go directly to the artisans, providing them with income for housing, food, education and health care. The trade shows are run under the auspices of Ten Thousand Villages Canada, a non-profit program of the Mennonite Central Committee. The Kincardine show was well attended. (Eric Howald photo)

Kincardine remembers

Kincardine veteran Eugene Harrison lays a wreath during Tuesday's Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Cenotaph in front of the Kincardine Legion. (Kiel Edge photo)

Kincardine Royal Canadian Air Cadet Flight Corporal Adler stands at the Kincardine Cenotaph prior to Tuesday's Remembrance Day Ceremony. (Kiel Edge photo)


Kincardine's Family Y Day Car put together a haunted house Thursday and Friday. Classmates Meha Weichert, left and Ellie Brooklyn offered up some scary refreshments for visitors at the end of the tour. (Kiel Edge photo)


Al Wilkins, front left, and Steve Abercrombie, right, lead a group of volunteers with part of a bridge over the south branch of the Penetangore River Saturday morning. The Kincardine Trails Association, with the help of volunteers, removed the walking bridge for the winter to ensure that it doesn't wash away in the spring runoff, something that has happened more than once. This particular bridge is in the valley at the foot of St. Albert Street. (Eric Howald photo)

Falling Meteor

This footrace ended with both players crashing into the Kincardine net, with the puck staying out. Here, Kurt Dunsbier heads to his net while Danny Skinner gets tied up with a Mitchell Meteors forward.  The atoms, who were in a Bracebridge tournament over the weekend, won 5-2. (Josh Howald photo)