By Troy Melhus

The Twins may be done -- or, well, almost done -- with the Metrodome, but that doesn't mean lights out of the old tuna can quite yet.

Rollerdome announced their dates this week, and the 19th annual of the annual indoor rink kicks off Nov. 2.

For those not familiar with the concept, Rollerdome opens the concourses to public lap skating for inline and roller skates, for up to four hours at a time. The top level is reserved for advanced lap skaters looking for faster speeds and workouts, while the lower concourse is generally reserved for those just learning the sport.

Admission is $6 or $169 for the season pass.

The Dome is reserved for skating for about 15 sessions per month beginning in November, and are scheduled through the end of March. For the trivia-minded, organizers estimate more than 550,000 skaters have rolled over the concourses over the last 19 years.

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