Raw Meat Roller Skating Jan. 18: Barcleberry Pie

When: January 18, 5-7 PM
Where: Thunderbird Community Centre
What: A roller skating lesson that will test the limits of your perceptions, and your quads
Who: All levels of roller skater
How much: $7

Convinced that they can find the roller skating secrets that make up the very fabric of the derby universe, coaches Pie Voltage and Rachel Barclay have become obsessed with creating the perfect roller skating lesson plan. Stops, falls, jumps, twists, turns, and more await in this physiological thriller.

Will they unravel the mystic secrets to perfect skating form before their minds unravel them? Join us on Saturday, January 18 to find out.

What you’ll learn at Raw Meat Vancouver Roller Skating:

Want to learn to roller skate? You’ve come to the right place!

At Raw Meat Vancouver, you will learn the basics of roller skating, including stops, falls, agility drills, skating form, roller skating in proximity with others, a few fun tricks, and some (non-contact) roller derby strategy drills.
Whether it’s your very first time on skates, or your 10,0001st, please join us at Raw Meat. All levels of roller skater are welcome. We’ll help beginners learn to skate, and give more advanced skaters some fun drills and games.

What to bring:

You must have roller skates, and all safety gear: knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, helmet, and mouth guard. The venue also requires everyone to use white or light-coloured, non-marking toe stoppers. If your knee pads are black, please cover them with white, non-marking hockey tape. Vertical strips of tape work best.

Sessions are $7, and take place every Saturday from 5-7 at Thunderbird Community Centre, 2311 Cassiar St., Vancouver. It’s very close to Rupert Skytrain Station.

Sessions are drop-in. Just grab your gear and come join us!

Raw Meat has two rules: 1. Be Safe, 2. Don’t be an asshat.

All sessions are non-contact.