(WTNH) -- This is a big weekend for fairs in Connecticut. While many towns have already had their summer festivals, there are plenty of fun events still on tap for the season. Here's the list:
Hebron Harvest Fair -- September 6-9 [Link]
North Haven Fair -- September 6-9 [Link]
Wapping Fair, South Windsor -- September 6-9 [Link]
Bethlehem Fair -- September 7-9 [Link]
East Haven Fall Festival -- September 7-9 [Link]
Ledyard Fair -- September 7-9 [Link]
Norwalk Oyster Festival -- September 7-9 [Link]
Cheshire Fall Festival -- September 8 [Link]
Monroe Apple Festival -- September 8-9 [Link]
Four Town Fair ( East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Somers)-- September 13-16 [Link]
The Big E -- September 14-30 [Link]
Orange Country Fair -- September 15-16 [Link]
Guilford Agricultural Fair -- September 21-23 [Link]
Durham Fair -- September 27-30 [Link]
Berlin Fair -- October 5-7 [Link]
Harwinton Fair -- October 6-7 [Link]
Portland Fair -- October 12-14 [Link]
Riverton Fair (Barkhamsted, Colebrook & Hartland) -- October 12-14 [Link]
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