Photo Gallery

Welcome to the wall

The inaugural group that will hang on the Kincardine Sports Wall of Fame, which was unveiled recently at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. For the full story, including a photo and short bio of each inductee, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


Land ho!

Craig Power, left, and Steve Howard in 98 the Beach boat took on Curtis and Hugh Campbell in the Black Squid and won the second annual Kincardine Community Fund Cardboard Boat Race. The race was held Saturday at Station Beach. (Josh Howald photo)


Traffic jam

Saturday night marked the 26th annual Gathering of the Bands in Kincardine. Numerous musical acts entertained until pipers and drummers from all corners of the contintent joined the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band for its weekly march down Queen St. (Josh Howald photo)


Dinner music

Maggie and Sarah Durnin provided the musical entertainment at the Point Clark Lighthouse Festival corn roast Saturday. (Josh Howald photo)


Saturday march

The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band marches Saturday night through downtown Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)


Benched

A youngster checks out the view of Lake Huron from the waterfront in Point Clark Saturday afternoon during the Point Clark Lighthouse Festival. The lake was choppy, but warm on the weekend. (Josh Howald photo)


Run money

The Kincardine Women's Triathlon Committee donated $5,000 to Community Living Kincardine and District. From left, Triathlon director Kim Westbrook, Kathy Soloduka, Cassandra Ritchie and Bethany Collins of CLKD and triathlon publiciity co-ordinator Tracey Hinchberger. (Barb McKay photo)


Tag days

Walkerton's Lucas Kroeplin attempts to tag Kincardine base runner Markus Baumann during the WOBA Rookie Ball Tier II playoff tournament on the weekend in Owen Sound. Baumann was out on this play for leaving the base path. The game ended in an 11-11 draw, but the teams met again in the consolation final Sunday, with Walkerton edging out the Cardinals 11-8. (Josh Howald photo)


Bad apple

David Wilcox rocked a large crowd at Reunion Park Saturday evening. More than 2,000 people came out for the show, which was a kick-off fundraiser for the 2018 Kincardine Old Boys and Old Girls Reunion. (Barb McKay photo)


On the bubble

Marcus Boucher looks at his bubble wand in amazement during the annual BIA Street Party Sunday on Queen Street in Kincardine. There was also a petting zoo, live music and plenty of downtown store sales. (Andrew McKay photo)