Rodeo City Rollergirls host an Introduction to Roller Derby, cosponsored by the Ellensburg Public Library!
Join us for a presentation on Roller Derby, and hear from our adult and junior skaters. This will be great for anyone who is interested in learning more about the subject, becoming a fan, or joining our league. It really is for everyone, we are always looking for volunteers for our events, including skaters, referees, & non-skating officials.
Plus, we will be giving away free stuff! You could walk away with tickets to our next home bout on March 5th, or some cool Rodeo City Rollergirls merchandise!
When: March 1, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Where: Hal Holmes Center, 209 N Ruby St., Ellensburg, WA
Can’t Wait?! Can’t Make it?! If you have any questions, or want to get involved with us, check out this page for more info —> Join Us!
Shout out to Inland Empower Derby for taking time on a beautiful Sunday afternoon to come skate with us! Plus, thank you to all the derby fans, referees, and volunteers who made it all happen! IED voted Ginger Smack as our Jammer MVP and Hula C Nation our Blocker MVP! This game was really fun for Rodeo City as we had a few newer skaters on the track and everyone worked so well together!
Final score: RCR 272, IED 95.
We hope to see you at the next one March 5th!
RCR photographer Bryan Clark got us proof of the amazing stuff we can do! Thank you for continuing to capture the fun for us year after year!
Where? Cornerstone Pie, 307 E 5th Ave, Ellensburg, WA
What for? The Rodeo City Rollergirls will take over Cornerstone Pie from open to close Feb. 1st to raise money for our team and promote awareness about roller derby.
What else? Stop by Cornerstone Pie throughout the day for a salad, appetizers, beer and pizza. RCR will take home a portion of the proceeds at the end of the day. Come enjoy lunch, dinner (or both), beverages and great company! The Rodeo City Rollergirls hold fundraising events throughout the year to raise money to pay for our gym rental at the high school and other track expenses. Your assistance with this fundraiser is greatly appreciated. You + Food = RCR continuing to skate! This is a family friendly fundraiser.
We hope to see you and your friends at Cornerstone Pie!
The Rodeo City Rollergirls are saddened to announce their annual Halloween bout set for this Saturday is cancelled due to a loss of venue.
The Ellensburg High School girls volleyball team has done exceedingly well this season and has made it to the next round of playoffs. Both of the Ellensburg High School gyms will be reserved for volleyball playoff games on Saturday and are unavailable for the previously scheduled roller derby bout.
“We are extremely sad that we have to cancel our most anticipated bout of the year. Our Halloween bout has been the highlight of our season for the past six years for both our fans and skaters,” said Nicole Klauss, public relations officer for the Rodeo City Rollergirls. “However we are proud of the EHS girls volleyball team and wish them well as they continue in their competition.”
The team plans to reschedule the bout against Columbia Basin Roller Derby later in the season.
RCR regrets any inconvenience to the coaches, players and numerous fans who planned to make it out to the bout. Any tickets purchased online will be refunded.
The Rodeo City Rollergirls are always looking for additional spaces to rent out for roller derby use. If you have a facility that measures 108 by 75 feet or larger and would like to talk with RCR about rentals, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s our 6th annual Halloween bout! You do not want to miss it! We will be playing against Columbia Basin Roller Derby from Soap Lake, WA! Skaters will be in costume and we hope you will be too! Hard hitting derby, costume contest, tricks and treats! Join us!
When: October 29, 2016 at 5:00pm
Where: Ellensburg High School, 1203 E Capitol Ave., Ellensburg
Check out this amazing video about the Rodeo City Rollergirls, created by Rebekah Gehrke & Izzy Yastrum! A little insight into our league and Roller Derby. Thank you so much, we love it! If you love it too, Join Us!
Thank you Skagit Valley Roller Derby for heading out to the ‘Burg to have some good fun on skates with us! We had a great time and hope everyone involved did as well. We really couldn’t do this without our fans and volunteers, so THANK YOU!
Final score: RCR 225, SVRD 91.
We are taking the summer off for some rest but we will continue to have practices so please if you are thinking of joining us, DO IT! Here is a bit more information -> Join Us!
RCR photographer Bryan Clark got some fun photos of the event! We appreciate them so much!
Make plans to come to our next home bout, it’s a double header, so two derby bouts(games) for the price of one! Plus, it’s our last one for this season! Our next bout is our annual Halloween bout in October.
First up is our Rodeo City Junior Rollers VS Seattle Derby Brats Ultra Violets at 5pm, the second bout, which should start around 6:30pm is our Rodeo City Rollergirls VS Skagit Valley Roller Derby!
Make plans to bring someone! Make plans to bring yourself and rock it solo! Make plans to come watch roller derby for the first time! Make plans to have some fun on a Saturday eve in the Burg!
When: May 7, 2016 at 5:00pm
Where: Ellensburg High School, 1203 E Capitol Ave., Ellensburg
Rodeo City Rollergirls host a Roller Derby Demo Day! Stop by and observe one of our practices!
Curious about today’s Roller Derby? Want to get some amazing cross-training in and become a skater? Have a kiddo ages 10-17 who needs a confidence boost or experience being part of a team? Want to wear cool zebra stripes and become a referee? Wondering if you can keep it low key and still participate off skates? We have a place for you too as a volunteer during events or a Non-Skating Official during bouts!
When: April 10, 10:00am – 12:00pm
Where: Ellensburg High School (Auxiliary Gym), 1203 E Capitol Ave., Ellensburg
Can’t Wait?! Can’t Make it?! If you have any questions, or want to get involved now, check out this page for more info —> Join Us!
Starting April 3rd our Sunday practices are now open for observation for those interested in getting involved with us as a non-skating official, referee, or skater.