Another year, another successful Cannon Grange Fair. Offering everything from friendly oversized bunnies (for petting), to goat\u2019s milk soaps, the 82-year-old annual fair delighted young children and their parents alike with games, shopping, and tasty treats from vendors like the Wilton favorite College Creamery ice cream truck. The Cannon Grange awarded Best of Show prizes in nine categories, and prizes in special contests: The Perpetual Trophy and the Association of Connecticut Fairs Baking Contests for adults, and juniors. The following divisions produced best-of-show winners: Baking \u2014 Amy Collins, of Black Alder Lane, for an un-cut loaf of bread. Hand-crafts \u2014 Maddy McCaghney, 13, of Nod Hill Road for jewelry. Veggies & fruits \u2014 Andy Pforzheimer, of Hurlbutt Street, for celeriac. Flowers \u2014 Jeff Norris, of Ridgefield, for dahlias. Sewing & needlework \u2014 Lauren Saumler, of Henry Austin Drive, for a hand-knitted hat. Fowl \u2014 Cosette Lepore, of Saddle Ridge Road, for a single chicken. Rabbits \u2014 Samantha Kreter, of Linden Tree Road, for a lop-ear rabbit. Photography \u2014 Carol Dombrowski, of Norwalk, for an image of two swans-a-swimming. Eggs \u2014 Caroline Mahoney, of Old Huckleberry Road, for three chicken eggs. Special prizes were also given in the following categories: Cannon Grange Perpetual Trophy \u2014 Joyce Barrett, of Old Highway, for an Irish Soda Bread recipe. Association of Connecticut Fairs Baking Contest (adult) \u2014 Amy Collins for a designated recipe for citrus chiffon cake. Association of Connecticut Fairs Baking Contest (junior) \u2014 Gavin Lepore, 9, for a designated recipe for oatmeal raisin cookies. Association of Connecticut Fairs Baking Contest (two-crust apple pie) \u2014 Peter Stumpf, 18, of Norwalk.