Lu Zil Män - Multi-Purpose Room
Łu Zil Män – Southern Tutchone: This room refers to the spawning whitefish of Fish Lake. Fish Lake is an important historical feature for the people of Kwanlin Dün. It was a place of traditional seasonal fishing, hunting and was a gathering place for people from all over the Yukon and Alaska. Ongoing archaeological investigations are revealing that Łu Zil Män has been used for over 5,000 years.
Our next largest room, the Lu Zil Män (Multi-Purpose Room) also features the same cedar-clad walls and vaulted ceilings as the Longhouse. The Multi-Purpose Room provides flexibility for smaller gatherings or as an additional space for large meetings. When used in tandem with the Longhouse it can provide a secondary meeting or breakout space or display space for large conferences. Located at the north end of the building the hallway connecting the Multi-Purpose Room to the remainder of the building houses the Kwanlin Dün Permanent collection of historic and heritage artefacts.
Glass doors and windows lead to the exterior and provide a view of the Yukon River and easy access to the landscaped grounds.