The Waimea Educational Center is a board-and-batten, single-story structure with a gable roof and skylights. The building functions as a community center and gymnasium, has a raised stage platform on one end, and features a 120-foot longitudinal ridge beam with a series of scissor trusses and purlins. The buildings were designed during the 1930s by Hart Wood, one of the foremost architects in the Territory of Hawaii.
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