The historic Anderson-Price Memorial Building was built in 1916 and is a rare example of early 20th century architecture that has survived with few changes to its original appearance. It remains a community resource as designated by its founders and has recently been renovated inside and out. Displays of Ormond Beach history are in cases throughout the building. Historical Society meetings as well as historical programs are held in the building. It features 20' ceilings with a 44' ballroom, a dance floor and raised stage. The building offers a complete kitchen with an adjoining buffet area. It has wifi, an in-house projection system, and handicapped bathroom. Tables and chairs are available with the rental at no extra charge.