Orleans County Fair at Roaring Brook Park in Barton 2012

fair artist

Eight-month-old Gabriel Luke Aubin-Before, and his mother Mandy, watch artist Al O’Brien of Tucson, Arizona, who did free sketches at the fair. Photo by Joseph Gresser Photo by Joseph Gresser

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Chainsaw artist Brian Ruth gets started on his creation. Photo by Richard Creaser

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The sculpture is starting to take shape. Photo by Richard Creaser

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Mr. Ruth has created a hummingbird out of a stump. Photo by Richard Creaser

fair demo dragon

Action at the Demolition Derby. Photo by Richard Creaser

fair Demo escape fire rc

The driver escapes as flames come from the engine. Photo by Richard Creaser

fair fastest time jig

Mighty Me driven by Andy Gardner clocks in at 1:59:03 in the Eleanor Churchill Memorial Pace. It was only the third time in the 145-year history of the fair that a horse finished the mile in less than two minutes. Photo by Joseph Gresser

fair goats

Hadley Swainbank, Abby Darling, and Jeremy Dow, were helping the owners of Jay View goat farm by taking their goats for a walk. Photo by Bethany M. Dunbar

fair gymkhana

Lyse McAllister loses her hat on the return leg of the keyhole race at the gymkhana, but she and her horse Mack don't seem to mind. Photo by Joseph Gresser

fair horse show2

Tara Bluett of Germany puts her Westphalian, Patrick, though his paces in an advanced beginner equitation class. Photo by Bethany M. Dunbar

fair kallie

Young Kallie Buck is excited to meet a giraffe. Carl Leroux is holding her. Photo by Tracy Davis Pierce

fair logging book

Joyce Slayton Mitchell, left, shows off her children's book about logging. The book features Colleen Goodridge of Albany and her business, Goodridge Lumber. Photo by Bethany M. Dunbar

fair scarecrow

A new competition at the fair this year was for scarecrows. This one poses by a sink, made into a birdbath, with running water. Photo by Bethany M. Dunbar

Eight-month-old Gabriel Luke Aubin-Before, and his mother Mandy, watch artist Al O’Brien of Tucson, Arizona, who did free sketches at the fair.   Photo by Joseph Gresser Photo by Joseph GresserChainsaw artist Brian Ruth gets started on his creation.  Photo by Richard CreaserThe sculpture is starting to take shape.  Photo by Richard CreaserMr. Ruth has created a hummingbird out of a stump.  Photo by Richard CreaserAction at the Demolition Derby.  Photo by Richard CreaserThe driver escapes as flames come from the engine.  Photo by Richard CreaserMighty Me driven by Andy Gardner clocks in at 1:59:03 in the Eleanor Churchill Memorial Pace.  It was only the third time in the 145-year history of the fair that a horse finished the mile in less than two minutes. Photo by Joseph GresserHadley Swainbank, Abby Darling, and Jeremy Dow, were helping the owners of Jay View goat farm by taking their goats for a walk.  Photo by Bethany M. DunbarLyse McAllister loses her hat on the return leg of the keyhole race at the gymkhana, but she and her horse Mack don't seem to mind.  Photo by Joseph GresserTara Bluett of Germany puts her Westphalian, Patrick, though his paces in an advanced beginner equitation class.  Photo by Bethany M. DunbarYoung Kallie Buck is excited to meet a giraffe.  Carl Leroux is holding her.  Photo by Tracy Davis PierceJoyce Slayton Mitchell, left, shows off her children's book about logging.  The book features Colleen Goodridge of Albany and her business, Goodridge Lumber.  Photo by Bethany M. DunbarA new competition at the fair this year was for scarecrows.  This one poses by a sink, made into a birdbath, with running water.  Photo by Bethany M. Dunbar
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