Stow-Munroe Falls High School Drama Club will have its annual summer camp for children. June 5 through June 9 from noon to 4 p.m.

The club will host a camp to teach young kids important concepts, tools and skills in the theater program. This is an opportunity for any child of the age 5 up to 12 to further enhance or learn new skills.

The camp will be run by students participating in the high school drama program and the director, Robert J. Putka.

"We will teach them to further enhance their acting and public speaking skills, theater posters, dancing, makeup and costume design, stage designs, and set up for scenes and sets for plays," says one of the counselors and vice president of Drama Club, Kayla Duckworth."It really is a fun experience, getting to teach kids all about what makes drama fun."

The camp has had numerous kids come back each year, and multiple new ones. Parents need to provide your child with a lunch each day. On the last day of camp, there will be a performance and open house to demonstrate the children's skills that they have learned;, they will act out a small play at 3 p.m. Parents and family members are encouraged to attend.

Each child will be placed in an age appropriate group with two counselors and go throughout the day learning about plays, playing games, making crafts and learning lines for their very own play.

For each child the fee will be $125, but registration of two or more offers a combo family discount of $100 for each. The Stow-Munroe Falls Drama Club is eager and excited to help out and teach young children the values, joys, and fun of acting and everything behind the works of a play.

Reservations should be made as soon as possible by contacting the Drama Club at 330-968-9824 or emailing Checks including names, ages and contact information may be mailed to 322, E. Graham Road, Stow 44224.