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Photos: Canterbury Fair

  • Far left, Eric Sherburne, 8, snacks on cotton candy from the 55th Canterbury Fair as he and his friends, Jason Pessolano, 12, Jacob Cress, 10, Nick Sherburne, 9, Eamon Kelley, 9, and Luc Greene, 9, explore a cemetery near the town center on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013. The annual fair, which was happening nearby, is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Far left, Eric Sherburne, 8, snacks on cotton candy from the 55th Canterbury Fair as he and his friends, Jason Pessolano, 12, Jacob Cress, 10, Nick Sherburne, 9, Eamon Kelley, 9, and Luc Greene, 9, explore a cemetery near the town center on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013. The annual fair, which was happening nearby, is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.
    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Lynn Martin Graton, of Northfield, dances traditional English folk dances with the Canterbury Morris, a dance group, during the 55th Canterbury Fair on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013, at the town center. Although the traditional dances have existed for hundreds of years, Dudley Laufman, of Canterbury, began the Canterbury Morris dance group in 1976 and the group has performed at the fair for at least 25 years, he said. The annual fair is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Lynn Martin Graton, of Northfield, dances traditional English folk dances with the Canterbury Morris, a dance group, during the 55th Canterbury Fair on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013, at the town center. Although the traditional dances have existed for hundreds of years, Dudley Laufman, of Canterbury, began the Canterbury Morris dance group in 1976 and the group has performed at the fair for at least 25 years, he said. The annual fair is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Jacob Dow, 8, volunteered to get hit in the face by a wet sponge, one of many activities at the 55th Canterbury Fair held on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013, at the town center. The annual fair is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Jacob Dow, 8, volunteered to get hit in the face by a wet sponge, one of many activities at the 55th Canterbury Fair held on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013, at the town center. The annual fair is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Far left, Eric Sherburne, 8, snacks on cotton candy from the 55th Canterbury Fair as he and his friends, Jason Pessolano, 12, Jacob Cress, 10, Nick Sherburne, 9, Eamon Kelley, 9, and Luc Greene, 9, explore a cemetery near the town center on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013. The annual fair, which was happening nearby, is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Lynn Martin Graton, of Northfield, dances traditional English folk dances with the Canterbury Morris, a dance group, during the 55th Canterbury Fair on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013, at the town center. Although the traditional dances have existed for hundreds of years, Dudley Laufman, of Canterbury, began the Canterbury Morris dance group in 1976 and the group has performed at the fair for at least 25 years, he said. The annual fair is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Jacob Dow, 8, volunteered to get hit in the face by a wet sponge, one of many activities at the 55th Canterbury Fair held on Saturday afternoon, July 27, 2013, at the town center. The annual fair is operated by volunteers and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

The 55th annual Canterbury Fair was held yesterday. It is operated by volunteers, and money goes to benefit the Canterbury Fund, which provides gifts, grants and scholarships to residents.

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