Young writers camp at the Grist Mill

Registrations are still being taken for nine to 15 year olds with an interest in story making for the stage.

Run around games are part of the fun at Similkameen Young Writers and Players  Day Camp at the Grist Mill 9 a.m. to noon August 20-24.

Run around games are part of the fun at Similkameen Young Writers and Players Day Camp at the Grist Mill 9 a.m. to noon August 20-24.

 

Registrations are still being taken for nine to 15 year olds with an interest in story making for the stage.

Dave Cursons and Cheri Mitchell for Similkamen Family Literacy Outreach, co-ordinate the weeklong morning sessions from August 20 to 24 at the Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens.

Registration is free.  Grownups and older teens are welcome to join in as volunteers.

Theatre games leader, Bob McAtamney, of the Cawston Players will bring some excitement to the program as he has in the past two years.

Special guest , Yasmin John-Thorpe will join the camp with a session on the short story on Wednesday morning August 22.

Yasmin is with Penticton Writers and Publishers who meet regularly to develop their craft in writing. The group leads the South Okanagan Raise a Reader program and hosts the annual British Columbia Youth Writers Camp, first week of July, for young writers eight – 18 years old.

Participants should wear their yard clothes and sneakers. Materials are supplied.  There will be a mid-morning fruit, cheese and biscuit snack.

 

To register contact 250-499-2352 from 8 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday.

 

 

Keremeos Review

Just Posted

Most Read