Happy Birthday Auntie Loo’s!

Join the Rideau Valley Roller Girls as they help Aunti Loo’s Treats celebrate their first birthday! Drop by with your warmest birthday wishes and enjoy some delicious vegan treats too!

Who? Auntie Loo’s!
Where? 507 Bronson Ave
When? October 16 (10 am to 4 pm)

Happy brithday Auntie Loo's!

Wowee Zowee!

RVRG presents… Our first ever SOCK HOP Dance Party! Come dance the night away to 50s & 60s jams with the Rideau Valley Roller Girls!!!

Hip-shaking, knee-quaking, rocking good times till 2am

A shoe check, live DJ spinning retro tunes, amazing door prizes, bake sale, cheap beverages AND professional portrait photographs for $2 from 9pm-11pm? What more could you ask for?! Feel free to wear your cutest 50s/60s outfit and don’t forget to bring a pair of socks!

So jump on it Daddy-O!

Saturday Sept 25th
Legion Hall
330 Kent St
Doors Open at 8pm

Tickets: $8 in Advance or $10 at the Door

Advance Tickets available at:
SpaceMan Music (388 Gladstone Ave)
The Wild Oat Bakery/Café (817 Bank Street)
The Prescott Sports Bar and Restaurant (379 Preston Street)

Final home game a double victory for RVRG

Aug 7 was a great night for the girls of RVRG. The final home game of the season saw both teams take the win from their southern Ontario rivals. Riot Squad was the first to taste victory with a 70 to 56 final score over GTA’s Chrome Mollys. Evenly matched, both teams gave it all they had, but in the end, it was the Riot Squad who came up golden.

Game two saw the Slaughter Daughters live up to their name as they dominated ToRD’s Smoke City Betties to take the game with a final score of 248 to 14 for RVRG. The Betties never gave up and played hard and strong both periods but with a 2010 roster filled mostly with newer skaters, they couldn’t keep up with the more experienced Daughters.

RVRG wants to thank TORD and GTA for their tremendous spirit and amazing sportsmanship. You ladies were fierce!

And thank you Ottawa, for your cheers and support! See you in 2011!

Check out pics from the bout here! (Photos by Jeff Reisch)