Brian Stapp sprays water to make ice Thursday at the downtown Raleigh rink along Fayetteville Street. The seasonal rink should be ready for skaters when it opens at 3 p.m. Saturday – just hours after the Christmas parade passes by and kicks off the holiday season.
Brian Stapp sprays water to make ice Thursday at the downtown Raleigh rink along Fayetteville Street. The seasonal rink should be ready for skaters when it opens at 3 p.m. Saturday – just hours after the Christmas parade passes by and kicks off the holiday season. cseward@newsobserver.com
Brian Stapp sprays water to make ice Thursday at the downtown Raleigh rink along Fayetteville Street. The seasonal rink should be ready for skaters when it opens at 3 p.m. Saturday – just hours after the Christmas parade passes by and kicks off the holiday season. cseward@newsobserver.com

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