Rage City Rollergirls - Women's Roller Derby in Anchorage, AK
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PO Box 201008Anchorage, AK 99520
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Welcome to the RAGE CITY ROLLER GIRLS on Anchoragenightout.com!
Rage City Rollergirls is the trade name of Anchorage Women's Derby, Inc., an Alaska nonprofit corporation and a 501(c)(7) organization. Rage City is a Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) League Member, is insured by WFTDA and governed by WFTDA rules.
Join us for RAGE CITY ROLLER GIRLS Season 8!
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**All Bouts held at the AT&T Sports Pavilion**
Saturday, October 17, 2015: Season Opener!
**Rage City's Orange Crush hosts Boom Town Derby Dames from Palmer
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Orange Crush Vs. Far North Derby from Kenai/Soldotna
Saturday, February 6, 2016: All*Stars Vs. TBA
Saturday, March 19, 2016: All*Stars Vs. Happy Valley Derby Darlins
from Lindon, Utah
Rage City Rollergirls Season 8 Ticket Packs On Sale Now
Welcome to an exciting new season with the Rage City Rollergirls! Your season ticket package includes tickets for all four games. All events will be at the AT&T Sports Pavilion, located at 11051 O'Malley Centre Drive in South Anchorage. Door open at 6:00 pm, wheels roll at 7:00 pm for all games.
General Admission: $40 adult / $15 children (ages 3-11)
Reserved Seating: $65 adult / $30 children (ages 3-11)
Children under age 3 are admitted free of charge.
You will receive your tickets and a welcome letter at your mailing address prior to the October 17th season opener if you order by Sunday, October 4th. Orders received after that date will be available at the will call table on game day.
Rage City Rollergirls events are appropriate for all ages.
Guests over 21 can enjoy a selection of beer and wine with valid ID. All guests can enjoy snacks from local vendors.
Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions or comments. We value our season ticket holders and look forward to welcoming you to Rage City's eighth competitive season.
Rage City Rollergirls is the trade name of Anchorage Women's Derby, Inc., an Alaska nonprofit corporation and a 501(c)(7) organization. Rage City is a Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) League Member, is insured by WFTDA and governed by WFTDA rules. The WFTDA is the United States flat-track roller derby league sanctioning body, providing rules and enabling national competition. The ruleset defines eligibility requirements, teams, game parameters, players, pack, blocking, penalties, scoring, officials, and safety. Each skater in our league must meet the WFTDA Minimum Skill Requirements, including basic skating skills, falls, balance/agility, skating with others, blocking, and knowledge of rules. Team and skater names are registered on the International Roster at twoevils.org.
The league was established in March 2007 and is in its third competitive season. While Rage City members must be 21+, bouts are all-ages events with PG-13 rules of conduct and presentation. All Rage City members are required to volunteer in the Anchorage community. The Chairs of the organization's committees sit on the Board of Directors with four officers and not only skate but act as volunteer staff.
Rage City Rollergirls are dedicated to developing, promoting, and sustaining the competitive sport of women's roller derby.
Advancing the sport of women's flat track Roller Derby in Alaska and beyond.
* Empowerment of Women: provide a safe and supportive environment for women to excel
* Diversity: respect and involve women from all walks of life
* Community: develop relationships and give back through service and volunteerism
* Democracy: maintain democratic principles and constructive dialogue
* Excellence: provide rigorous training and maintain code of conduct for all skaters
* Training: regular supervised training and instruction
* Competition: periodic "bouts" within Alaska and nationwide
* Community Collaboration: events, activities, and charity sponsorship
Code of Conduct
Rage City Rollergirls operates on a basic code of conduct: members are required to act respectfully with one another, our sponsors, our audiences, and the Alaskan community. We promote good-natured entertainment, fun, and sportsmanship during skating and sanctioned events and maintain a high level of integrity. Actions by Rage City members reflect upon the integrity of the entire league and the sport of roller derby throughout the country. Any Rage City member that fails to uphold this general code of conduct risks expulsion from the league.