This isn’t your typical summer camp.
Starting in June, kids in Lakewood will have the opportunity to party like its 1829.
As part of the Ohio Heritage Summer Group, children will learn how to cook, go to “pioneer school,” play historic games and work on nifty crafts — as if it’s the 1800s.
The Old Stone House, located in , will be the site of the camp, courtesy of the .
The Lakewood Recreation Department program is for students heading into the third, fourth or fifth grades — or sixth grade students who haven’t participated in the camp before.
The cost of registration is $49 per student (for Lakewood residents) and $59 for non-residents.
The first of four sessions begin June 18; registration is through .
For more information, email Lisa Alleman, or call her at 216-221-0320.