Goshen Fair, in all its glory, drew Labor Day weekend crowds

Darcy Rose of Chaplin, Conn., demonstrated ax throwing at the Goshen Fair on Sept. 1. Photo by Mari Cullerton

GOSHEN — Nothing marks Labor Day weekend in northwest Connecticut quite like the famous Goshen Fair. Now in its 106th year, the event continues to attract large and enthusiastic audiences with its promise of plentiful fair food and agriculture-themed exhibitions, including beef and dairy cattle showmanship, barrel racing, and giant pumpkins.

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