Video of the Kincardine Memorial Service, 23 July, 2017

The Upper Kintore Memorial Service will be 2pm, Sunday, 27 August, 2017 at the Upper Kintore United Church.

Annual Harvest Supper October 19th


Garth Farquhar photo

The Annual Harvest Supper at the Burns Hall in Kincardine is October 19th, 2013, 4 – 6 PM. The menu is Beans & Casseroles, with cake for dessert. Cost is by Donation. There will be a table of handmade items for sale too.

New Music CD! Robbie Burns Night

Available Now. $20.00 + $5.00 Shipping. Proceeds to support Scotch Colony Fest140, August 23-25, 2013.

Click to listen to a free sample: Afton Water (Robert Burns/Alex Hume) Senior choir, Anna Scheidler–flute, Isabel Morton–piano.




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Volunteers at the Gathering


Volunteers: Carolyn Smith, Marilyn & Vanessa Foreman, Mavis & Earl Smith

Yes, it was a rainy, cold day at the Gathering of the Scots this year. Many said it was weather just like in Scotland. Many thanks to all the organizers and volunteers as well as the attendees who came to the festival. One of the booths was our very own, shown here.


Pipe Bands at the Gathering

Southern Victoria Pipe Band and Friends at the Clan March during the Opening Ceremonies at the Gathering of the Scots in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick, Canada on May 25, 2013

Clan March at the Gathering of the Scots, May 25, 2013

Clan March at the Gathering of the Scots, May 25, 2013

Come to the “Gathering of the Scots Festival”

The Gathering of the Scots Festival will take place in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick on May 23-26, 2013. The big day is Saturday at Veteran’s Field on East Riverside Drive. Lots of bagpipes and kilts along with a full day of heavyweight games! Come early and stay for the day. Try some homemade haggis on a delicious bun with strawberry shortcake for dessert.

_MG_2295One of the highlights of the day is the Scottish Clan March led by the bagpiper. It is heartwarming to see as young and old come together onto the field, followed by the young rugby players from local schools. Be sure to bring your camera.