Eagle Mother found that humans were lonely. They did not know how to dance or sing. She entrusted her own son to kidnap a young hunter. She taught the hunter how to construct a qilaun (round drum), and a kalukaq (box drum). Then, Eagle Mother showed the hunter how to dance, drum and sing, and she told him to prepare a Kivgiq, which means Messenger Feast, in order to host his guests. There were no people living near the hunter, so Eagle Mother sent animals as the first guests and she turned them into people. After the feast was over, Eagle Mother was happy and became young again.