Where: Kuhlman Center 861 N. Salisbury Road, Richmond, IN
When: Saturday, January 7 Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and Startime at 6:00 p.m.
Tickets at the Door: $8.00 each or 2 for $15.00 Adults; $4.00 each for kids 12 and under
Presale Tickets: $6.00 each; contact your favorite derby girl
Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. Come early and bring your appetite for derby and also for delicious food and beverage.
Buffalo Wings and Rings will be set up selling food and beer.
Featured band, Lipstick, will be playing at half time and after the bout.
Stay after the bout to get your favorite derby girl’s autograph!
*Maximum discount $1.00 per ticket
The feature band, Dalaid, will be playing before the show and during halftime. Buffalo Wings and Rings will be set up selling food and beverages.
Advance tickets can be purchased from your favorite Derby Girl or on the Brown Paper ticket website: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/209694
Interested in being a sponsor for this event? This upcoming Bout is a benefit for St Jude’s Children’s hospital. Anyone interested in being a sponsor for $100.00, can set up a table to pass out information about their company, they will be announced throughout the Bout, and also get their names printed in the programs!
For more information or to be a sponsor, contact them here: http://thedireskates.com/contact/
It’s a new season for Richmond’s Roller Derby Team, The Dire Skates! On Saturday, October 15th come down to the the National Guard Armory, 1200 West Main Street in Richmond for a full-filled night of awesome entertainment.
Doors will open at 9:30 p.m. and the game starts at 10:00 p.m.
Prior to the game, the team will be participating in the Zombie Walk, starting at 7:00 p.m.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so that night they will also be taking donations for Breast Cancer Research.
Tickets are $6.00 in advance, and can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets Season Tickets are also available for $28.00 online. Tickets at the door will be $8.00 for adults and $4.00 for kids 12 and under.
Michael Jackson’s Thriller dance will be the half-time show. The band Misunderstood will also be playing.
For more information, you may email them at email@example.com or their Facebook page.
Hagerstown Jubilee Days…Tonight:
Held from August 18-21st, below is a sampling of what is on tap for Saturday evening:
- 50/50 Drawing (Festival Market Stage)
- Crowning of Baby Contest & Little Mr. & Miss contest (Festival Market Stage)
- Crowning of Sight Queen Contest (Festival Market Stage)
- Teen Street Dance (Festival Market Stage area)
8:30 PM – 11:00 PM
According to the Hagerstown website, the owners of Dale’s Pizza, “are opening the entire parking lot for a beer garden Saturday, with various musicians performing in a Band Bash on the deck outside their business.” There is a market as well as other events around the town this evening. A quiet drive on 38 will get you to the little town of “2000 happy people.”
Seussical The Musical Saturday 8:30 p.m. & Sunday 2:00 Matinee
This is the first weekend of fun with Seuss at Civic Theatre in Richmond- Saturday and Sunday 8/20 & 8/21. Next weekend shows will be August 26,27,28. This is a great family musical based on characters from some of your favorite Dr. Seuss books! Children and adults will love this one! For more information call the Civic Theatre box office. Oh The Places You’ll Go…in Wayne County.
Sunday, August 21, 2011….Jubilee Days Continue
Dire Skates Tryouts
The Dire Skates Roller Derby Team is having open try-outs for men and women on August 21st at 4pm at the Richmond Skate. Skate rental available, but bring skates and pads if you have them. They want to add to their current womens’ team, referees, and start up a new co-ed team! It’s a great way to exercise along with a bit of good clean aggression releasing.
This weekend is also the beginning of the Darke County Fair in Greenville Ohio (just a 35-40 minute drive from points in Wayne County). And in Winchester they are holding the Old Timer’s races at the Winchester Race Track–home of Mrs Wickes Pies.
Richmond’s Roller Derby Team, The Dire Skates, is having open tryouts for men and women on August 21st at 4pm at the Richmond Skate. The team is recruiting both Men and Women this year! They are looking for referees and enough men and women to start a new co-ed team as well as adding to their current women’s team.
Wondering what it’s like to be a part of the Dire Skates? Well, GWC asked just that to team member, Chrissy Bahnweg (“Princess Die”):
My team mates are the most fearless women I know. We are mothers, sisters, daughters, nurses, bankers, teachers, business owners off the track. But all have a story that has made us stronger as a person; and its great to have Roller Derby as an outlet. Being on the Dire Skates team is the best support system anyone could ever have. We bond and have this wonderful sisterhood. We all have jobs on the team that make everything run more smoothly. I have been on a lot of competitive teams in my life, but this team is so organized it makes everything about it easy.
For those interested in becoming a part of this team as a member or referee, get down the The Skate on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. Skate rental will be available, but you are to bring skates and pads if you have them.
Interested in seeing them in action,? Check the GoWayneCounty Events Calendar for their Bouts, and come down to support ”Richmond’s Derby Little Secret!”
Skate rental available, but you are to bring skates and pads if you have them.
For more information on tryouts, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat, July 16, 10am – 12pm at the Johnson Chiropratic Parking Lot, Richmond Indiana. The Dire Skates women’s derby team, will be having a Car Wash to help raise money for uniforms. $8 for cars/ $10 for trucks. Come on out and support the local team!
Hagerstown Museum And Arts Place Art Classes
Adults..join us every Saturday from 2 PM (if you are a beginner) or 3:30 (if you are intermediate). No charge for instruction or art supplies. Kids classes are Thursdays at 4PM. We also exhibit and sell original art by local and regional artists.
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Richmond Civic Theatre is proud to present JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT as their summer fundraiser. “JOSEPH” is a favorite among RCT patrons. This production promises the same great songs, colorful costumes, and familiar Biblical story. Although RCT has previously presented “JOSEPH” two times, this production promises a fresh look at the popular musical. Director Renee Arnett says “The directors and cast of Joseph have had an AMAZING time putting together a fun filled show! Hand clapping, sing along fun is what is in store for all those that attend! And don’t forget to get your season membership too!” Show dates are July 15,16 at 7:30 p.m. and July 17 at 2 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at the RCT box office. Please call for prices and available seating: 765-962-1816.
Tonight: July 16, 6 pm – Sun, July 17, 2 am at 815 North E Street in the Depot District. Come experience live music by local bands every Saturday, and the amazing talent of all genres of music that is in our community. Tonight featuring Shredneck, 8 Ways From Nothing, and DALAID. Also on Sundays they offer Euchre & Karaoke at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. respectively (not at the same time).
Come see the home team battle it out on skates at The Forum at Fishers (9022 E. 126th Street, Fishers, IN), at 6:00 p.m., Saturday June 11th. It is excitement on wheels ! You won’t want to miss this one…there is a small entry fee at the door. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Come cheer on the home team and witness the excitement of women smashing each other up- in a fun way.
The Rocky Horror Roller Show will be something you won’t want to miss this weekend. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Cost is $6.00 per person.
For those of you who don’t know it yet.. we do have a woman’s roller derby team in Richmond/Wayne County. And….they are very serious about their sport.
You can see them in action tonight at the Richmond Skate from 9pm-11pm, and be able to observe their hard hitting action at this exhibition scrimmage. “You know you want to!” Cost is $4.00, and all children must be accompanied by an adult.
What is really great is you can still make the opera at 7:30 p.m. at Earlham College then head over to the Skate to observe this unique sport. Make an evening of these two great events offered this weekend.
The Dire Skates of Richmond will be at E Street Pub hosting a food drive tonight! Just bring a can of food to the door and get $1 off the $3 cover! Support a great cause and help those in need this winter.
Special guests “No More Goodbyes.” Show starts at 10pm. Drink specials all night long. $3 cover. 21 and over.
There is a cool breeze blowing into the Starr Gennett building tonight as more amazing bands take the stage.
Dire Skates are in the house adding fun to the day and showing off their Roller Derby Skills. T-shirts of all kinds for sale by the different bands and every so often a couple of people climb into the ring and wrestle.
This morning marked a turning point for 5k runs across America. No longer will runners enjoy the beauty and peace of running through Glen Miller Park without looking over their shoulders.
The fear in the air was palpable and was plain to see on the runners’ faces as they passed by an unnaturally tall, motley crew of women on skates. Women who fully intended to chase the runners through the park as they tried to keep their minds on the race.
Yes, The Dire Skates, who seem to be everywhere in Wayne County at once, have infiltrated the once sacred world of competition running. True to form, they broke the rules by skating the 5k in non-regulation running gear. I’m not even sure they knew this was a 5k race and not a derby. The runners appeared to be worried about that as well.
Dave Snow from G 101.3 was on hand to organize the event and try to keep it peaceful with a minimal amount of carnage. I could see on his face that he was concerned about his decision to let the Dire Skates in on the race. As the race drew near, it seemed more and more likely that things could go wrong. Very wrong.
Juxtaposed against moms pushing baby carriages and hyper-fit runners for whom a 5k is a morning snack, the Dire Skates with their coach (Dredd) seemed delightfully out of place.
No one from the race has reported any mischief to the RPD, though the race is still going on as I write this.