A new do for the local senior center in Tallahassee - they shut down shop to make some renovations on the building.
The center closed down for a week and a half as crews laid down new tile, sanded the auditorium and painted the walls.
Members have been calling and visiting the center missing their place of enjoyment, but things are almost back to normal after needed renovations.
"It's very exciting, you know we're in the old army building that was built in 1935, so renovations and keeping our place current and well-maintained is just critical to the services we provide," said Sheila Salyer, director of the senior center.
Part of the renovations includes new lines in the auditorium allowing people to play pickle ball, which is a popular game among seniors. The center re-opens its doors August 1, so people can get back to having a good time.