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rink

1. an expanse of ice for skating on, esp one that is artificially prepared and under cover
2. an area for roller skating on
3. a building or enclosure for ice skating or roller skating
4. Bowls a strip of the green, usually about 5--7 metres wide, on which a game is played
5. Curling the strip of ice on which the game is played, usually 41 by 4 metres
6. (in bowls and curling) the players on one side in a game

rink

1. A bounded space of ice, usually enclosed, for skating, curling, or ice hockey matches.
2. A bounded space, usually enclosed, with a smooth floor, of wood or asphalt, for roller skating.
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The Roller Rinks on Pier 62, which opened this past August, feature two outdoor, regulation-sized, professionally-surfaced in-line and roller skating rinks.
In 1827 the Tower Ballroom was built and led the way for roller rinks in the UK.
Lockwood, who took over at a roller rink in Webster Square when the previous organist retired.
The future for roller rinks overall is "pretty stagnant," said George Kolibaba, manager of the Oaks Park amusement park/roller rink in Portland.
Basich, who used to own the Fireside II roller rink in West Dundee, says roller rinks are about much more than skating.
Find them for about $25 at roller rinks, skate shops and sporting-goods retailers.
Featuring two roller rinks, locker rooms, a pro shop, concession stands and restrooms, the 41,213-square-foot Wayne Gretzky Roller Hockey Center is going up on the east side of Valley Central Way between Lancaster Municipal Stadium and the Lancaster Factory Stores outlet mall.
Photo: (color in AV edition only) Work continues for roller rinks and a farmers' market scheduled to open in July near the Hammack Activity Center in Palmdale.
Among those still operating are Lombard Roller Rink, Bella's Bouncies Skate on Grand in Fox Lake and Xtreme Wheels in Crystal Lake.
He got his first gig as a student at South High Community School in Worcester; 60 years later, he regularly plays within minutes of that old roller rink at Webster Square.
Listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the worlds largest indoor roller rink, Fireside is where a 17-year-old Basich met his future wife.
Griese, a Santa Clarita asbestos abatement contractor, wants to build a 48,100-square-foot building that would house a 200-foot by 85-foot oval ice rink and a roller rink.