The 160th Topsham Fair comes to a traditional climax Saturday night, Aug. 10, with fireworks over the fairgrounds.
Romelo Campo, a professional bull rider from Connecticut, tries to stay on for the required eight seconds to advance to the next round in the professional bull riding competition, a relatively new event at the Topsham Fair.
Sunday, Aug. 10, was Children's Day at the Topsham Fair, and the chance for 4H Club members to show off their livestock, including a 2-year-old duck, Zelda.
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