The annual Kids Theatre Camp is returning to the Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens starting Monday, Aug. 22.
The free camp still has spots open for kids nine to 12 to register for the five days of fun.
Younger kids can attend and participate with a caregiver to support them, and older kids are also welcome to come participate and volunteer.
Registration forms are available at the Keremeos Library.
This will be the 16th year the free camp has been offered, and like always, it will end with the many young thespians giving a performance on the final day.
Through the camp, kids not only get to have fun and play a variety of theatre games, but they also get to learn about what goes into a performance.
That includes working as stagehands, costume designers and of course actors and actresses.
The Kids Theatre Camp is led by Dave Cursons from Similkameen Family Literacy and Bob McAtamney from The Cawston Players.
Funding for Kids Theatre Camp is through Lower Similkameen Community Services with funding from BC Gaming proceeds.
For registration and inquiries, you can also call Dave Cursons at 250-499-2353 Local 107 .
Volunteers are always welcome to join the fun.
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