Fort Fairfield Review, Sept. 16, 1908
A very successful concert was given at Kincardine Burns hall on Wednesday evening. A “piper” from St. John was present, who delighted the people very much. There was about 250 people present After paying all expenses a generous donation will be given Victoria Hospital, Fredericton.
Fort Fairfield Review, Nov. 10, 1909
The new Burns hall at lower Kincardine was burned on Tuesday night. The Kintore people were at the hall rehearsing for a concert in the evening and no one appears really to know how it caught. Rev. G. Pringle’s organ was also burned. The hall was nearly completed and is a great loss to the Scotch Colony, as well as to the river-side people.
Fort Fairfield Review, Oct. 18, 1911
A basket social and dance was held in the new Burns hall, Kincardine, on Thursday last. About $80.00 was realized. Two short plays were given before the sale of the baskets.