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Maryland State Fair 2021 | PHOTOS

Martha Swann of Towson chose a rainbow llama for winning a water gun game at the Maryland State Fair.
(Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)

Maryland State Fair 2021 | PHOTOS

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The 2021 Maryland State Fair takes place at the Timonium Fairgrounds from August 26-September 6, 2021.
(Amy Davis)
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Martha Swann of Towson chose a rainbow llama for winning a water gun game at the Maryland State Fair.
Martha Swann of Towson chose a rainbow llama for winning a water gun game at the Maryland State Fair. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
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Two year old Maya Nadolny of Towson contemplates which duck to choose at the Maryland State Fair. Her mom, Julia Nadolny is on left.
Two year old Maya Nadolny of Towson contemplates which duck to choose at the Maryland State Fair. Her mom, Julia Nadolny is on left. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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Karter Raines, 7, of Woodstock, VA, rests in spare sheep pen at the Maryland State Fair on a giant stuffed sloth that he won in a ball toss game at the fair that morning. Raines had a busy day playing games and helping to get three Tunis sheep ready to show on Labor Day, the final day of the 2021 fair.
Karter Raines, 7, of Woodstock, VA, rests in spare sheep pen at the Maryland State Fair on a giant stuffed sloth that he won in a ball toss game at the fair that morning. Raines had a busy day playing games and helping to get three Tunis sheep ready to show on Labor Day, the final day of the 2021 fair. (Amy Davis)
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Riley Good, 17, grooms a one-year old Southdown lamb raised on her family's Walnut Lane Farm in Red Lion, PA, which she'll be showing at the Maryland State Fair. The fair will be open through Labor Day, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Riley Good, 17, grooms a one-year old Southdown lamb raised on her family's Walnut Lane Farm in Red Lion, PA, which she'll be showing at the Maryland State Fair. The fair will be open through Labor Day, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Amy Davis)
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Brothers Daniel (left) and Jason Beckstead of St. Cloud, Florida, perform in a log rolling contest during the Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show at the Maryland State Fair.
Brothers Daniel (left) and Jason Beckstead of St. Cloud, Florida, perform in a log rolling contest during the Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show at the Maryland State Fair. (Amy Davis)
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Catherine Wroblewski, 9, of Towson, gamely hangs on to a bucking steer as she tries the mechanized ride at Raging Bull Entertainment, operated by Grayson Kasemeyer, during a visit to the Maryland State Fair with her family.
Catherine Wroblewski, 9, of Towson, gamely hangs on to a bucking steer as she tries the mechanized ride at Raging Bull Entertainment, operated by Grayson Kasemeyer, during a visit to the Maryland State Fair with her family. (Amy Davis)
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Visitors ride the YoYo at the Maryland State Fair.
Visitors ride the YoYo at the Maryland State Fair. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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Visitors ride The Hydra.
Visitors ride The Hydra. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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A boy has the Typhoon ride to himself at the Maryland State Fair on August 26, 2021.
A boy has the Typhoon ride to himself at the Maryland State Fair on August 26, 2021. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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Visitors walk along the midway.
Visitors walk along the midway. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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Deep-fried candy is one of the treats at the Maryland State Fair.
Deep-fried candy is one of the treats at the Maryland State Fair. (Amy Davis)
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The Midway tradition at the Maryland State Fair includes rides and food favorites like corn dogs and funnel cakes.
The Midway tradition at the Maryland State Fair includes rides and food favorites like corn dogs and funnel cakes. (Amy Davis)
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Bryan Smith Jr., whose family owns Hillside Turkey Farm in Thurmont, closes a case of smoked turkey legs at the Maryland State Fair.
Bryan Smith Jr., whose family owns Hillside Turkey Farm in Thurmont, closes a case of smoked turkey legs at the Maryland State Fair. (Barbara Haddock Taylor)
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