Join Goota Desmarais for an Inuit Culture Class at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. Goota began sharing her Inuit culture in classroom settings 25 years ago and continues to do so with great enthusiasm. Dressed in a traditional baby carrier, called an amauti, Goota passionately shares her culture through storytelling complemented by authentic Inuit artifacts. She displays items such as the Qulliq (the Inuit stove), skins of different animals, and Inuit art. Goota also brings to the presentation a traditional feast and invites the class to try traditional bubble gum, arctic char, and more. Her interactive and hands-on teaching style makes learning a fun experience. Note: Raw food is brought to the presentation to display how the Inuit eat. Registration is required.