The nine sides of the structure embodies clans, families and community. It’s appearance represents Ojibway beliefs that all that is circular is good. Inside you will find a sculpture of the sacred eagle, a vision of an elder in the community. It is said that the vision came to the elder in a message from the creator. Four cedar poles in the center of the Round House signify four directions. While a round earthen floor allow dancers to touch Mother Earth.
Envisioned as a place that the community may rediscover its culture, the Round House has become a place for everyone to share and to learn.