What would a fair be without a little friendly competition? At the Berlin Fair, contestants of all ages can draw on a wide range of talents (or those of their babies or pet frogs and turtles) in pursuit of first prize.


The National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut provides Braille Enrichment for Literacy and Learning (BELL).  The BELL Academy program provides braille and non-dash visual instructions for blind and visually-impaired children ages 4 through 12.  Demonstrators are Ellen Schuman and Pamela Garde.

Quilting Demonstration

Learn the art of quilting. Demonstrator Debbie D’Angelo and Regina Michalak will be showing their skills and be glad to answer any questions.

Spinning Demonstration

Learn the basics of making yarn with a spinning wheel. There will be a variety of fibers to show how to go from plain undyed sheep wool, to commercially prepared and dyed wool. There will be samples of alpaca fiber, and yarn made from dog fur. This demonstration is presented by the Hartford Artisans Weaving Center. Demonstrator Roberta Collins will be glad to answer any questions.


Weaving demonstration by the Hartford Artisan Weaving Center.  Presenters Bob Brooks, Anita Perez, Dorothy Murray, and Marguerite Neely show and explain different ways of making rugs, scarves, and vests as our ancestors used to make them.  Come and see how and try it yourself.  Our demonstrators are happy to show you.

Miss Caroline’s Dance Demonstration

Dance Legacy is very happy and proud to present their National Champions “Red Hot Dance Team” along with many other award winning dancers

Dance Step

Dance Step is a premiere dance studio located in Kensington, CT. Dance Step is proud to serve the dance education needs of their students from toddlers to adults. Our staff of well-trained faculty create a welcoming and supportive environment for all students. Dance Step offers a wide variety of styles from ballet and contemporary to acrobatics and hip hop with many other styles in between.