Kincardine Fall Colours

$24.95

5 x 7 cards on premium card stock, including mailing envelope, box of 8, 100% made in Canada;
Each card contains a short write up on the location and Town of Kincardine;

50 in stock

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A collection of images in and around Kincardine, Ontario.

Daylight Lighthouse The Kincardine Lighthouse was built in 1880 when the major industries were fishing and salt shipping.  Sitting on top of a two story keepers house, the lighthouse is topped with an iron lantern and balcony painted in the traditional lighthouse red.
Sunset Lighthouse In 1855, a few years after the first settlers arrived, the government  allocated three thousand five hundred pounds for improvement to the harbour. Kincardine was identified as a place to “soon be of importance” owing to its proximity to valuable farm land and the need to ship exports.
Sunset over harbour In 1855, a few years after the first settlers arrived, the government  allocated three thousand five hundred pounds for improvement to the harbour. Kincardine was identified as a place to “soon be of importance” owing to its proximity to valuable farm land and the need to ship exports.
Queen Street Sunrise Queen Street Kincardine, seen shortly after sunrise on a blustery October morning, the street slowly comes to life. Dog walkers, runners and a few pedestrians were my only company as I looked for the best light to showcase these well maintained historic buildings.
Arts Centre Sunrise Kincardine Centre for the Arts: Located in the heart of downtown Kincardine it was once the town hall. The building now houses a number of arts related enterprises including the offices of the Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games,  Victoria Park Gallery, Bluewater Summer Playhouse, Kincardine Theatre Guild, Scougall Gallery and the WoodTturners Guild.
Victoria Park Colour Victoria Park: For over 20 years Victoria Park has been the site of the Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games.  Spread over three days, the festival celebrates Kincardine’s Scottish heritage through dancing, games and the sounds of Scottish pipe bands.  As an added bonus, provides stunning fall colour for visitors.
Waterfront Trail Fall The Great Lakes Waterfront Trail runs from Sarnia to Tobermory a distance of approximately 500 KMs (301 miles) .  In addition to over 40 beaches, there are several sections of boardwalk including this one in Kincardine.  The Lakefront trail passes iconic Kincardine sites like the Lighthouse and Walker House – home of Kincardine’s Heritage Center.
Gazebo on WF Trail The Kincardine section of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail is approximately 4 KM in length and passes sights such as the Pavillion, Rock Gardens, the harbour and the Lighthouse Marine museum.