When: Jan. 25, 5-8 PM
Where: Thunderbird Community Centre
What: Three hours of roller skating fun
Who: All levels of roller skater
Why: Because it’s awesome!
How much: $7
Pump up the jam
pump it up
while your skates are stomping
And the jam is pumping
look ahead the crowd is jumpin’
pump it up a little more
get the party goin’ on the skate floor
see ’cause that’s where the party’s at
and you’ll find out if you do that
I want a place to say:
“get your booty on the floor tonight”
make my day
Itâ€™s time to put on your roller skates, get on the track, and bust a move! As usual, on the last Saturday of the month, we have a special three-hour session. Weâ€™ll go over all the usual roller skating skills and drills (stops, falls, agility, skating form, jumping, skating with others, and more), and in hour three, weâ€™re going to have a little fun with jamming skills.
See you there!
What youâ€™ll learn at Raw Meat Vancouver Roller Skating:
Want to learn to roller skate? Youâ€™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 itâ€™s your very first time on skates, or your 10,0001st, please join us at Raw Meat. All levels of roller skater are welcome. Weâ€™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.
Itâ€™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. Donâ€™t be an asshat.
All sessions are non-contact.