Home Season Opener! Fight for Your Right to PARDY!

Join us for PARD’s first home bout of the 2019 season, featuring an open co-ed scrimmage to warm you up, followed by the Riverside Riot Squad versus Durham Region Roller Derby’s DRRD’y Farmers in full contact, flat track roller derby action.
Doors open at 4:30 pm.
Scrimmage at 5pm
RSRS VS DRRDy Farmers at 7:05pm

Co-ed Black and White scrimmage is open to all skaters who have passed mins and are 18+, with proof of CRDI insurance. 5$ per skater to participate. Skaters MUST preregister! Sign up for the scrimmage available shortly!

Scrimmage registration is open. Please fill out this survey: https://forms.gle/HYsQEZQyWpjmBd3Y8

Tickets for spectators are 9$ in advance from a skater, or 10$ at the door.

If you are interested and available to Ref, NSO, or volunteer in any other way, please be in touch!
NSOs register with this survey: https://forms.gle/FcVZ9cDPFbWM67689

rollerderby players in full contact.  photo credit Jackie Helliwell Shoup.


PARDY Animals supporting the Peterborough Humane Society
photo credit: Heather Doughty Photography

PARDy’s season opener – THE PIVOT OF OZ – on Saturday May 27 will put a little extra love in the lives of animals currently living at the Peterborough Humane Society shelter.  Normal ticket prices for the double header are are $15 per person at the door, with children under 10 free, but on May 27, fans can save $2 off their admission with a donation to the shelter.

The Peterborough Humane Society is looking for donations of non-clumping cat litter, unopened Royal Canin wet cat & kitten food, leashes, collars, gently used clean linens, dish soap, and kitten formula, among other items.   Cash donations are also welcomed!  Visit peterboroughhumanesociety.ca for more information, or to find out about kittens available for adoption.  Also, stay tuned to https://www.facebook.com/PtboAreaRD/ for updates and a detailed wish list of urgent shelter needs.

The Pivot of Oz happens at the Douro Arena and Community Centre at 2893 Highway 28.  Doors open at 4pm, with full contact games starting at 5 and 7pm.  Games feature Toronto Mens Roller Derby’s “Toronto Outrage”versus a surprise rival team and PARD’s “Riverside Riot Squad” versus GTARollergirls’s  “Derby Debutantes” in the later game.

There will be a variety of items from local vendors, league merchandise, and snacks available for purchase and some fun family friendly games and entertainment at half-time.  There is no ATM on site, so please bring cash.