Juneau Rollergirls

March Mendenhall Madness: JRG All Stars vs FBXRG All Stars

The Juneau Rollergirls invite you the debut of the JRG All-Star team in the third bout of season three. The Juneau Rollergirls All-Stars will be hosting the Fairbanks All-Star team in Mendenhall Madness. The action takes place on March 22nd at Centennial Hall. Must be 21 or older (or with a parent) to attend. No-host bar will be provided. Tickets will be available at Hearthside Books, Rainy Retreat Books and the JACC– $18 in advance, $20 at the door ($15/$17 for children under 12). The bout will start at 7:00pm and the door will open at 6:15pm, seating is first come, first served. The league will be donating 5% of the proceeds to Girls on the Run.

Skate to the Heart: Juneau Rollergirls Mashup

Cupid’s Crushers – 193, Brute Roses – 218

Thank you to all the love our fans gave us at this bout — thanks for coming out to cheer for us on, tuning in on 360 North and watching the action online at 360North.org! Our sincere thanks to our fans, the Juneau Rule Keepers, 360 North, our awesome announcers and DJs, our medics, the Rendezvous, all the bout volunteers, our medics, each of our sponsors and everyone else who pitched in to make Skate to the Heart a bout to remember! Congratulations to SAIL who will be receiving 5% of the proceeds from this event.

Battle of the States: Juneau Rollergirls vs Jet City Camaro Harem

Juneau Rollergirls was heading to its first bout outside of Alaska… but the league was fogged in and the bout was canceled!! See you on the track next time, Camero Harem!

Community Schools Class: Intro to Roller Skating

The Intro. to Roller Skating sessions focus on a fusion of fun and fitness, so let the good times roll! Whether this is your first time skating or just an opportunity to rediscover your love of roller skating, this course is open to skaters of all skill levels looking for a workout that develops or refines foundation skating skills. Required gear: Roller skates, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.

  • Dates: February 9- April 13
  • Day: Sundays (10 classes)
  • Time 1:30-2:30pm
  • Location: Marie Drake Gym
  • Class Fee: $50.00

Contact Community Schools to Register or call (907) 780-2075 for class availability. For more information/update (or tell your friends about this course), please visit the Facebook event for Intro to Roller Skating!

Community Schools Class: Roller Derby 101

Enrollment in the Introduction to Skating class is strongly recommended, but not required, for those participating in this course. Required gear: Roller skates, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards and mouth guard. Don’t own gear or aren’t sure what you need? Contact recruiter@juneaurollergirls.com about the possibility of borrowing or trying on gear (sorry, you will need your own mouth guard).

  • Dates: February 9- April 13
  • Day: Sundays (10 classes)
  • Time 2:30-3:30pm
  • Location: Marie Drake Gym
  • Class Fee: $50.00

Contact Community Schools to Register or call (907) 780-2075 for class availability. For more information/update (or tell your friends about this course), please visit the Facebook event for Roller Derby 101!

2013/2014 Schedule: Season 3 Bouts at Centennial Hall

  • Saturday, November 16, 2013
  • Saturday, February 15, 2014
  • Saturday, March 22, 2014
  • Saturday, May 31, 2014

Stay tuned for more information about these upcoming bouts and our “away game” schedule. Juneau Rollergirls has tentative plans to participate in the All Alaska Tournament in Wasilla, AK on May 2-4, 2014.

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Juneau Rollergirls, Inc operates as a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the development of amateur athletes for local, national and international roller derby competition.

Juneau Rollergirls is a competitive women’s flat track roller derby league. Our community seeks to foster and promote athleticism, strength, and empowerment among our membership.

Our league actively promotes, and sustains an environment that fosters strength, courage, vitality, and the empowerment of women in the  sport of roller derby. Each member of the league shall be challenged and supported in the pursuit of personal growth in and through the sport. Specifically, the corporation promotes and fosters among its participants the development of the skills necessary to participate in local, regional, national, and international competitions. The organization is operated as a nonprofit corporation and engages in outreach through the support of local charities.