WINDSOR — One of Maine’s most popular fairs is drawing to a close after nine days of events and festivities.

The Windsor Fair comes to an end late Monday. The final day’s events include horse barrel racing, horse-pulling contests and an antique auto show and parade.

The fair in the small central Maine town of Windsor has been around since 1888 and draws more than 100,000 people each year.

The fair features agricultural exhibits, harness racing, crafts, art exhibits, animal-pulling events, a carnival, demolition derbies, music, and a giant pumpkin contest.