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Skating Rinks Set to Open

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It's time to lace us your ice skates--outdoor ice skating is back in Minot for another season.

Polaris park, Roosevelt park, and Municipal skating rinks will all offer free ice skating starting tomorrow and throughout the entire skating season.

All three locations have lights for evening skating and polaris and roosevelt both have warming houses.

One rink supervisor oversaw the Longfellow rink for six years before it flooded.

After a two year break, she says she happy to be back for another season of smiling faces.

(JoEllen Halbert, Polaris Park Rink Supervisor)"They just love it so much they don't want to be away from it. So, it's a wonderful thing for Minot to have their outdoor rinks and on Sundays, Saturdays usually there's about 150 kids that are out here all day long."

All three rinks are all open from 2-9:30 tomorrow and every weekend, 4-9:30 on weekdays and they're closed on Wednesdays.

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