Raw Meat Roller Skating Lamb Session April 27: Welcome to RCCC

When: Saturday, April 27, 12:30 – 2:30 PM
Where: Royal City Curling Club, 75 East 6th Avenue, New Westminster
What: 2 hours of roller skating skills, spills and one or two frills
Who: All levels of roller skater welcome, no skills requirement
How Much: $12
Why: Because it’s awesome!

Huzzah! This will be our very first Raw Meat Lamb Session at Royal City Curling Club in 2013!

Get ready to skate hard, sweat a lot, and have fun. We’ll look at roller skating basics, agility, endurance, and some fun and games.

All levels of skater are welcome at these sessions. Grab your gear and join us!
Sessions are $12. Sessions will run at Royal City Curling Club from 12:30 to 2:30 every Saturday until August 31.

Raw Meat Roller Skating Lamb Session Basics:

At our Lamb sessions, all levels of skater are welcome. These sessions will focus on basic roller skating skills, including stops, falls, agility, skating with others, and more. There are always fun and games, and advanced skaters will be challenged.

Are you a complete beginner? Never fear! We will teach you all the fundamentals to skate safe and build your skill level in a fun, no-pressure, non-contact environment. Turning you into a bad ass is our specialty. If you are already a bad ass, you have found the right place. We like bad asses, but we don’t allow ass hats. It’s an important distinction.

Who Can Come to a Raw Meat Lamb Session:

Anyone who isn’t an Ass-Hat and wants to skate with some great people.
Raw Meat Lamb Sessions have no skating skills requirements. As long as you have all the correct gear (Quad skates, Helmet, Knee Pads, Wrist guards, Elbow Guards and a Mouth Guard—no exceptions) you are welcome to attend and skate with us.

The Rules:

We have two simple rules at Raw Meat: 1. Don’t be an Ass-Hat. 2. Be Safe. There is zero-tolerance for breaking these rules.

We operate in a strictly non-contact environment – no hitting, pushing or overly aggressive skating. But we will cover drills that involve safe touching of teammates and hip/arm whips. If you’re not ok with touching people, derby may not be the sport for you, but you won’t have to worry about getting shoulder checked with us.

See You All Saturday!