Join us on December 3rd for an evening of storytelling with traditional storyteller Louise Profeit-LeBlanc from the Nacho N'yak Dun First Nation of the Yukon Territory.
“Each story holds many life lessons if you have the ears to listen. There is a power in the spoken word of story, and this is the essence of human beings who have a need to hear the voice of another to create healthy emotional intelligence” — Louise Profeit-LeBlanc
Louise grew up in the small village of Mayo and had the privilege to live with her grandmother who was a masterful storyteller. As a child, Louise was nurtured with traditional stories which serve as the foundation of her life. Her more than three decades of commitment to the cultural and artistic heritage of her people includes being guest performer at various storytelling festivals around the world, co-founder of the Yukon International Storytelling Festival, and one of the original members of the Society of Yukon Artists of Native Ancestry.
If you're interested, please email us for details.