The Brick House Betties always draw a big crowd when they host an evening of roller derby. June 1 is the only chance you’ll get to see them on their home court this year. Photo credit: John Bonner/Bonner Photography.

Brick House Betties host roller derby game at Comox Valley Curling Centre

The Brick House Betties, Comox Valley’s local roller derby team, will host their only home game of the 2010 season June 1 at the Comox Valley Curling Centre ($5 cash at the doors; kids 5 and under free). Doors open at 6:30 and the game starts at 7:30. Watch this dynamic sport at the family-friendly event with a full concession, merchandise, door prize, 50/50 draw, and 19+ refreshments. Bring your lawn chair for track-side seating!

For more information, visit the Brick House Betties on Facebook or go to www.brickhousebetties.ca

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