Kincardine Prepares to Welcome Thousands

The Old Boys and Girls Reunion begins today in Kincardine.

As many as 30,000 people are expected to come home and enjoy the various events planned, which culminate in what’s expected to be a huge fireworks display Monday evening.

Reunion committee member Jennifer Cook thinks a zip line, running from Queen’s Lookout to the Rotary Park, is something most of the town is looking forward to.

Cook says the zip line is the quickest way to get to the beer tent from downtown Kincardine.

Anyone looking for more information on this weekend’s Kincardine reunion can check out KincardineReunion.ca.

-Corrects an earlier version that indicated the fireworks were Sunday night