• Get ready for ice skating and lights this fall at Whitewater Center

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    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Two new activities are coming to the U.S. National Whitewater Center this fall, officials announced on Monday.

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    Ice skating and a new half-mile lighted walking trail are coming to the center and are scheduled to open in mid-November.

    Source: U.S. National Whitewater Center
    Source: U.S. National Whitewater Center

    The ice skating experience features a one-of-a-kind skating environment with 17,000-square feet of ice and three distinct programming areas, the Whitewater Center posted on Facebook.

    "Lights" will be a half-mile walking trail in the woods that leads visitors through a series of immersive light installations featuring honeycombs, vines, crystals, and more.

    The works are site-specific to the Whitewater Center and are created by Charlotte artist Meredith Connelly.

    Both experiences will be available with an Annual Pass, Day Pass, or Single Activity Pass.

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