Down East 2013 ©
Ten groups of Salt Institute for Documentary Studies students visited the Oxford County Fair in Oxford, Maine and each found their own story to tell. Part 6 looks at one person that runs a game stand and claims he's taught more kids to throw darts than anyone else in the world.
"Carnival games are a notable tradition at countless county fairs across the country. Roland Cote, Roberta MacMillan, and Ed Griffiths have each owned carnival games for more than a decade. Spend a day with them at the Oxford County Fair and learn about their ups and downs, as well as what makes it all worth it in the end." — Producers Julia Henderson and Kerry Ensinger
Salt Stories features the work of students at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies , a 15-week educational program training aspiring writers, radio producers, and photographers in the art of nonfiction storytelling.