The band will resume practicing Wednesday September 28 starting at 7pm. We practice until 9pm at the Grace Luthern Church, 5798 Highway #9, Kincardine Ontario. The church is about a 5 minute drive east of the town of Kincardine.
New members are invited. We welcome anyone who plays a band instrument and can read music.
The band will be planning Sunday September 11, at 11 am for the Grace Lutheran Church service. The church is at 1798 Highway #9. Call 519-395-4466 for information.
Special thanks to InStyle Hair Studio for displaying our sandwich board every day on Queen St. The board lists the Wednesday night concerts, and is especially helpful in attracting visitors to Dunsmoor Park.
InStyle is located at 802 Queen St, Kincardine.
The Kincardine Band will be playing:
7:30pm Wednesday July 6 – Dunsmoor Park, Kincardine
7:00pm Sunday July 17 – Harbour Park, Goderich
11:45 Saturday August 17 – Victoria Park, Kincardine
7:30pm Wednesday August 31 – Dunsmoor Park, Kincardine
11:00am Saturday September 3 – Parade Victoria to Connaught Parks, Kincardine
The Dunsmoor Park is next to the lake at Durham and Lambton Streets. There is musical entertainment in the park every Wednesday and Sunday evening, at 7:30pm.
You can follow Dave’s progress and donate on-line at https://www.youcaring.com/dave-underwood-368979.
The band is currently practicing for the Midwestern Ontario Rotary Music Festival, April 18 to 30, 2016. We will be performing at the Walkerton District Secondary School on Wednesday April 20, at 7 pm. We will be performing Children of the Shrine by James Swearingen and Clash of the Ironclads by James L. Hosay.
Here’s the music at slower tempos for practicing:
Children – 100%, 95%, 90%, 80%, 60%
Clash – 100%, 95%, 90%, 80%, 60%
These are large MP3 files, which will take a while to download.
The band has resumed practicing every Wednesday night at 7pm at the Grace Luthern Church, 5 minutes east of Kincardine on Highway 9. We always welcome new members with their band instruments. Practice is cancelled if the driving conditions are poor.
Here’s some of the music we’re practicing for performance this summer: