Yas Ennya Oyaka
"Tell a Thing as It Should Be Told!"
The character, "Yas Ennya Oyaka", knows a lot about Great Lakes
mammals, he has been doing sharing sessions for over 24 years.
Participants will find the information enjoyable to experience and
personally enriching. In addition to lively story-telling, with plenty
of direct eye contact, "Yas" uses: sight (he dresses as a woodsperson
in a fake bear skin cape, big black hat with feather, a patch over one
eye and walking softly in moccasins) smell (he eats a bit of garlic
before each presentation), sound (he has a gruff voice) and touch (he
involves his audience in his presentations) to teach. His information
is about the rich ecosystem of the Midwest United States and its
inhabitants or any place he finds himself rambling.
Fee: $200/program, with reduced rates for
more than one program. Employer will incur travel expenses.