This is in advance of the "Dance through the Decades" event this coming Saturday. Bill and I went to help unload and unwrap the chairs and to scope out a location for the historic slide show I've collected. As a reminder, I am still accepting old pictures of Lake Worth to incorporate into the show - the deadline is this Friday. Depending on the weather, we might be able to project them on an outside wall near the main entrance to the ballroom.
The floor looked fine and showed no remnants of water damage. I'll have to check some pictures I took back in May, but I think the thresholds were changed out to prevent water from entering the ballroom area.
This is a storage area behind the north wall of the ballroom.
This is the unfinished space that may become an "upscale" restaurant. Killer views. Lake Worth resident Jon Faust will be recording oral histories of anyone who is attending the event in this space.
This is a view of the inside of one of the fiberglass domes - of course a finished ceiling will eventually cover this up.
This is the wainscoting in the ballroom. The spacing is irregular and I don't know how well it will hold up over time.
These holes may be new to address the water problem.
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