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North Park transformed into Winter Wonderland

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Twins Alex Du (left) and Ben Du, 9, of Marshall, have some fun at North Park skating rink on Sunday, Dec. 23.
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Skaters enjoyed the sunny day at North Park Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018.
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Shoshana Weiner, 15, of Sewickley, enjoys a day of skating at North Park last week.
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Duquesne students Jared Isaacs and Lauren Devorace have some fun skating at North Park during the holiday break.
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Daniel Kohler, 5, and mom Jamie Kohler, of Hampton, have some fun skating at North Park over the holiday break.

A favorite holiday break activity is skating at North Park Skate Rink.

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