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Canadian Tire Fish Kincardine Derby
Canadian Tire Fish Kincardine Derby is an annual event held in May every year from a Friday to a Sunday, attracting hundreds of anglers with extreme amounts of fish caught, it's a fishing adventure not to be missed with great prizes to be won. Come catch the big fish and vie for top prize with the largest trout or salmon, and get your name in the top 15, they also have a ladies day, seniors day and kids day, and there's a grand prize, top salmon and top trout as well as fish of the day and other awards. Canadian Tire Fish Kincardine Derby hosted by the Kincardine Chamber of Commerce promises a weekend of fun and adventure, so reserve your dock and camping accommodation early for next year to ensure you have a spot.
Inn at the Harbour
Inn at the Harbour is a lovely boutique hotel in Kincardine, Ontario and premier destination for exploring all that Lake Huron and the waterfront have to offer. Ideally located just a few steps from the beach, guests have accommodation choices of suites, cottage suites and apartments, newly renovated and clean fully furnished rooms with lakeview veranda, as well as WIFI, large screen HDTV's, full kitchens and more. Inn at the Harbour also offers 11 newly completed rooms with all the comforts, and with their welcoming service will ensure a wonderful stay close to downtown with spectacular views of Lake Huron, the Kincardine waterfront and Kincardine lighthouse, come enjoy making memories in delightful surrounds, the look forward to having you.
Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games
The Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games in Kincardine, Ontario is a not to be missed, annual event displaying some of the best Scottish Pipe bands, solo pipers, drummers and Highland dance performers. Since the year 2000 they have been promoting the Scottish heritage of the region to thousands of visitors, and over the years have become one of the most recognised festivals in the province. Come enjoy the sights and sounds of Scotland over three wonderful days of festivities and activities right here on Kincardine's very own Loch Heron. The Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games is held every year in the first weekend of July, and covers everything from bands and performers to a piping and drumming competition, a Highland dance competition, and heavy events include tossing cabers the size of telephone poles, hammer throws, shot-put stones, come for exciting action and a whole lot of fun.
Kincardine Summer Music Festival
Kincardine Summer Music Festival is an annual two week event on the shores of Lake Huron in Kincardine, Ontario featuring jazz, blues, classical, world and chamber music performances combined with music education programs. This unique musical event offer exceptional entertainment for the whole family, and there are daytime classes, programs and special events available including guitar, bands and string from beginner through junior to senior, and students must bring their own instruments or rent one. Kincardine Summer Music Festival offers world class artists performing at the highest levels, and there are evening concerts and student concerts as well as a 4 o'clock in the park free concert series, all not to be missed. There are also artists in residence who come to Kincardine and stay to teach students in the advanced jazz program. This annual event has been delighting visitors for over 22 years and is not to be missed.
Kincardine Theatre Guild, Inc
Kincardine Centre for the Arts in Kincardine, Ontario loves it when you come to the theatre and the Kincardine Theatre Guild, Inc began all the way back in 1982, responding to the communities need for live theatre and have now found their present home at the centre for the Arts. This non-profit organisation is wholly volunteer run, and as such are always looking for volunteers in all departments, from actors to directors, producers, stage managers and runners, costume designers, seamstresses, make-up, hair, lighting, props, set design and construction, ushers, front of house managers and more, so volunteer today and join in the fun. The Kincardine Theatre Guild welcomes you to come enjoy the show with their exceptional live performing acts throughout the season, and they regularly hold social events.
The Kincardine Lighthouse in Kincardine, Ontario was originally built during the 1800's to service a busy fishing and local salt shipping industry. Sitting on top of a two-storey keeper's house, this historical site over three levels has a well worn staircase which was climbed twice daily by the lightkeepers. Back in the day kerosene was used to fuel the lamp, and these barrels were hoisted up the stairs by the lightkeepers, who ensured lighting passage to the safe harbour and port for shipping and major industries. The Kincardine Lighthouse tower is capped by an iron lantern and balcony and originally shutters rotated by weighted chains made the light flash, renovated in 1992, the lamp became electrically powered, and today boasts a 500-watt bulb which is visible from 30 kilometres, there is also a fascinating marine museum to visit here.
Victoria Park Gallery and Gift Shop
The Victoria Park Gallery and Gift Shop in Kincardine, Ontario is located in Kincardine’s historic former Town Hall, displaying works by the many member artists, as well as special exhibits by guest artists throughout the year. Enjoy works in a wide variety of mediums including oils, watercolour, acrylic, wood, glass, silk, photography, jewellery and clay, they also have a variety of original cards and something for every budget. The Victoria Park Gallery and Gift Shop welcomes you to come visit, learn, explore and enjoy all their multi media art and gifts, and they are open 7 days a week in summer.
Bervie Zoological Park
Bervie Zoo in Kincardine, Ontario is a small family owned zoo offering a wonderful variety of animals that are part of the family, and you can enjoy tours for a donation with the loader tractor and staff. They are completely private now and animals to view include fox, bear, deer, two lions, two tigers, turkeys, alligators, pigs, goats, sheep, different types of monkeys, snakes and so much more. Bervie Zoo is located on a private farm, the exhibits are small, and the animals well cared for, bring the kids and come for a wonderful time of wildlife viewing and enjoying the animals, you'll be back.
Harbour Street Brasserie
Harbour Street Brasserie is a fine dining restaurant in Kincardine, Ontario offering and exquisite variety of food styles and sublime menu prepared by the executive chef. Enjoy local fresh French Canadian cuisine in unique indoor and outdoor dining areas, with breathtaking views overlooking Lake Huron. Harbour Street Brasserie is open for dinner and drinks and welcomes you to enjoy exquisite fine dining in this historical 1856 Regency Style cottage with great food, wine and views. They have a friendly waiter service, are good for groups, take reservations and walk-ins are welcome, come for the sublime seafood, the succulent steaks and more and they cater to vegans and vegetarians, come experience the divine, they also host regular events, so look out for those.
Welcome to Walker House in Kincardine, Ontario the oldest building and oldest standing hotel in all of Grey and Bruce Counties. Dating all the way back to 1850 when it served as an Inn and tavern, the Walker House is now fully restored as a Heritage Centre, and visitors are welcome to tour the house and enjoy the permanent and changing exhibits, partake in heritage craft classes, purchase unique gift items and more. Walker House is also available as an event venue in the day or evening to host special occasions, celebrations, family gatherings, meetings and more. Come for a historic visit surrounded by local history, enjoy the occasional heritage speaker presentations, take a walk back in time and revel in the past and how they lived, it's all here at Walker House.