Fair wares

Artist Howard Park of Stonington is seen in a mirror as he talks to a customer about some of his watercolor and oil paintings for sale during the Stonington Village Fair on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017.  The 65th annual fair supports the Stonington Community Center, known as the 'COMO,' and featured games, music, food and vendors. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Artist Howard Park of Stonington is seen in a mirror as he talks to a customer about some of his watercolor and oil paintings for sale during the Stonington Village Fair on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. The 65th annual fair supports the Stonington Community Center, known as the "COMO," and featured games, music, food and vendors. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Stonington — Artist Howard Park of Stonington is seen in a mirror as he talks to a customer about some of his watercolor and oil paintings for sale during the Stonington Village Fair on Saturday. 

The 65th annual fair supports the Stonington Community Center, known as the "COMO," and featured games, music, food and vendors.

Volunteers Ruth Greene, right, and Carly Pratt, left, react as Cecilia Jackson, 5, of Noank comes close to hitting a ball in the 'Angry Birds Sling Shot' game during the Stonington Village Fair on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017.  The 65th annual fair supports the Stonington Community Center, known as the 'COMO,' and featured games, music, food and vendors. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Volunteers Ruth Greene, right, and Carly Pratt, left, react as Cecilia Jackson, 5, of Noank comes close to hitting a ball in the "Angry Birds Sling Shot" game during the Stonington Village Fair on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. The 65th annual fair supports the Stonington Community Center, known as the "COMO," and featured games, music, food and vendors. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

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