I love to roller skate. Or should I say I loved it as a little girl. It's been quite a few years since I have put on a pair of skates but I would imagine it's like riding a bike? Friday night's in my hometown were made for the local roller rink, which I believe is still open to this day! I had my 11th birthday party there many moons ago. Well what if I told you there is place where you can relive your childhood memories from when you used to roller skate and teach your kids how to if they don't currently know how?

WHERE CAN YOU ROLLER SKATE?

Music City Mall's former ice skating rink has transformed beautifully into 'Rink n Roll.' How fun does this sound? There is now something new in Odessa to do with your kids.

IS THE NEW SKATING RINK NOW OPEN?

The official grand opening takes place this Saturday, November 20th

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO SKATE?

$7 gets you an all day pass and you can come and go throughout the day

CAN I BRING MY OWN SKATES?

If you don't own any and need to rent some they are available there at the Rink n Roll. However you may bring your own and once a safety inspection is complete, you are allowed to skate.

Gather the fam for some MCM Rink n Roll fun over the holidays! Rink n Roll is located inside the Music City Mall at 4101 E. 42nd st. in Odessa.

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