Poster artwork by Niles Thrompton
Bring on the hits! Roller derby crashes into Ottawa again when RVRG present Four-Wheel Fury on Saturday July 21st at Barbara Ann Scott Arena (2250 Torquay Ave)!
2 games of WFTDA class competitive roller derby get underway when the first bout blasts off at 6:30 pm (Doors open at 6pm).
In the first bout RVRG’s Slaughter Daughters will take on the Venus Fly Tramps of Kitchener, then RVRG’s Riot Squad face the Disloyalists from Kingston. This is set to be the most competitive match ups of the season!
Be sure to bring your ID for access to the Hogsback Brewery Beer Garden and get on the slab for the action.
$12 Advance / $15 at the Door / Kids 10 & under: Free (Limit of 2 per adult please)
Get your advance tickets at the following sponsoring ticket retailers:
Market Organics – 126 York Street (Byward Market)
SpaceMan Music – 388 Gladstone Ave (Centretown)
The Original Mayfair Theatre – 1074 Bank Street (Ottawa South)
The Comic Book Shoppe, 2 locations – 228 Bank St. (Centretown) & 1400 Clyde Ave (Nepean)
or online at: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/250151
Partial proceeds from this bout are going to Operation Come Home
Rideau Valley Roller Girls Joins Women’s Flat Track Derby Association
The Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) is proud to announce that Rideau Valley Roller Girls has been accepted as a member of the WFTDA, the national governing body for women’s amateur flat track roller derby in the U.S.
As a new member of the WFTDA, RVRG joins the ranks of over 75 all-female, skater owned
and operated leagues nationwide that have united to lead the growing sport of women’s flat track roller derby. WFTDA member leagues engage in sanctioned interleague play, including regional and national tournaments. RVRG will be a Class B member in the East region.
About the WFTDA
Founded in 2004, the WFTDA promotes and fosters the sport of women’s flat track derby by facilitating the development of athletic ability, sportswomanship, and goodwill among member leagues. The governing philosophy is “by the skaters, for the skaters.” Women skaters are primary owners, managers, and operators of each member league and of the association. WFTDA’s operational tasks include setting standards for rules, seasons and safety, and determining guidelines for the national and international athletic competitions of member leagues. All member leagues have a voice in the decision-making process, and agree to comply with the governing body’s policies. For more information, visit www.wftda.com.