Scary Stories for Teens with Grayhawk Perkins
October 13 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Thursday, October 13th at 6:30 pm. Students in 5th grade and up are invited to a special evening of chilling stories with master-storyteller,
Grayhawk Perkins. You don’t want to miss it. New Orleans-born Grayhawk Perkins, who is of Native American Choctaw and Houma Nation descent, is a well-known cultural figure in Louisiana. In his career, he has worked professionally as an educator, historian, and musician. As a recognized expert on Native American and American Colonial history, Perkins has inspired many audiences over the years by sharing tales of ancient cultures as a ‘tribal storyteller’, and as a teacher of various subjects in Louisiana’s school system. He has taught music, history, writing, and environmental studies to students ranging in age from Pre-K to college level, and has been a solo performer for Young Audiences for over 20 years.