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Topic - Diana Corless
Temperatures more suited for the spring couldn't keep hundreds of people from lacing up their skates for the opening weekend at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice Rink.
Though surprised the rink was open so early in the season, Ms. Corless said she was happy to be able to make the trip to Mall.
As Capitol Hill resident Diana Corless laced up her daughter Viva's skates, Ms. Corless said she brought her visiting friends from San Francisco to the rink because "we were looking for something to do, a winter activity in summer weather."