Brothers Jack Mckellar, 6, left, and Matthew Mckellar, 4, right, laugh as they struggle to pull themselves off the 'ice' after falling down while skating Friday at the Imperial Centre. A fake ice rink made of plastic coated in a water and silicone solution give kids and families the opportunity to skate even in warmer weather.
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Brothers Jack Mckellar, 6, left, and Matthew Mckellar, 4, right, laugh as they struggle to pull themselves off the 'ice' after falling down while skating Friday at the Imperial Centre. A fake ice rink made of plastic coated in a water and silicone solution give kids and families the opportunity to skate even in warmer weather.

Artificial ‘ice’ rink opens at Imperial Centre

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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It can be difficult to maintain the ice at an ice rink when the temperature is usually above freezing.

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Delightful pictures

These are delightful pictures of the McKellar boys enjoying what Rocky Mt. has to offer. It is good to see an upbeat local interest story and photos of good local folks - in contrast to pictures of the "Twin Counties 10 Most Wanted" running to the right on my screen.

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