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    Fairfield food hub’s first stage 102819 - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    A person in an inflatable dinosaur costume entertains those passing the old creamery building in Fairfield Thursday. The building is set to be turned into a space where local farmers can come and process their products and use it for dry storage. Eighteen 5-by-6-foot painted art works fill the window spaces. The panels were painted by Jon Slack and three other artists. The 9000-square-foot building at 194 Main St., was built in 1895.

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    The old creamery building in Fairfield, pictured Thursday, The building is set to be turned into a space where local farmers can come and process their products and use it for dry storage. The 9000-square-foot building at 194 Main St. was built in 1895.

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    David Gulak, left, and Josh Sullivan, co-owners of Meridians Kitchen and Bar in Fairfield, pose for a portrait on June 13. Meridians Kitchen and Bar specializes in locally sourced Maine food and is owned by the proprietors of Meridians retail shop which has been selling beer, wine and groceries on Main Street since 2014. Gulak's latest venture, with his wife Emilie Knight, is the 9000-square-foot Hight building at 194 Main St., built in 1895, where local farmers will be able to come and process their products and use it for dry storage.

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    Emilie Knight, pictured at a farmers market in Fairfield, and David Gulak's latest venture is the 9000-square-foot Hight building at 194 Main St., built in 1895, where local farmers will be able to come and process their products and use it for dry storage.

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    Building contractor Jon Slack and two other artists painted the panels that fill the window spaces at the old creamery building in Fairfield Thursday. The building is set to be turned into a space where local farmers can come and process their products and use it for dry storage. The 9000-square-foot building at 194 Main St. was built in 1895.

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    Building contractor Jon Slack looks at the stream that is part of the view from the inside of the old creamery building in Fairfield on Thursday. The building is set to be turned into a space where local farmers can come and process their products and use it for dry storage. The 9000-square-foot building at 194 Main St. was built in 1895.

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    Building contractor Jon Slack, left, is shown through an old creamery trailer window that's stored in the basement of the old creamery building in Fairfield Thursday. The trailer faces a two-door bay that opens to the outside at the right. The building is set to be turned into a space where local farmers can come and process their products and use it for dry storage. The 9000-square-foot building at 194 Main St. was built in 1895.

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