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Come join roller derby! All skill-levels welcome for anyone age 18+. Next recruit night TBA.

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6-17: 2nd Annual Pride & Powerjams

6-17: 2nd Annual Pride & Powerjams

What’s this roller derby? Come and check out! Each and every age, gender and background are just perfect for roller derby. We’re collaborating with local organisations, including the Northern Colorado Aids Project,  to provide a day of fun, hard-hitting roller derby action in this mix-up game!

The good times will start rolling when the doors open at 6:30 PM. The game starts at 7 PM.

Skaters! Register to participate!
Limited spots are available, so sign up now! The cost to participate is $20 per person, payment details will be emailed to registrants.

Spectators! Get presale tickets at Brown Paper Tickets.

Tickets will be available at the door
$15 – General Admission
$10 – Students and Military (w ID)
Free – Kids under 12

We’re also looking for officials! Want to join Zebra or Flamingo? Sign-up now!

New to derby? We provide Officials Training at Thursday night scrimmages from 9 PM – 11 PM. No experience necessary! Find out more…

Digital Program: http://bit.ly/fcrdprogram

After Party:

R Bar & Lounge

107 E Laurel St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524

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Faces of Fort Collins: Meet Emily Zaynard, a.k.a. iOna SwitchBlade with FoCo Girls Gone Derby

Faces of Fort Collins: Meet Emily Zaynard, a.k.a. iOna SwitchBlade with FoCo Girls Gone Derby

Emily Zaynard, a.k.a. iOna SwitchBlade with FoCo Girls Gone Derby

Emily Zaynard, a.k.a. iOna SwitchBlade with FoCo Girls Gone Derby

She’s a creative director at Rocky Mountain Publishing by day and a roller derby girl with FoCo Girls Gone Derby by night. Meet Emily Zaynard, who is also known by her derby nickname, iOna SwitchBlade.

Zaynard, originally from Littleton, moved to Fort Collins in 2003 after graduating from Cornell College(Iowa) with a fine arts degree. She was a design intern at Colorado State University, where she learned the technology involved in the graphic design career field. She worked at Crossroads Safehouse and then at The Chronicle newspaper, before being hired at Rocky Mountain Publishing as their creative director in 2009.

Read More at Faces of Fort Collins