Thirty-seven boys and girls from Geismar Caring Parents’ 19th summer camp recently participated in the Klub K.I.D. camp presented by historian and multi-instrumentalist Bill Summers.

The children received lessons on drums, music producing and how to make shakerays.

Summers talked about the history of music in the slave culture in Louisiana.

The three-day camp was held at Ashland-Belle Helene Plantation in Darrow. The children also learned about the plantation’s history and toured the grounds.