OSWEGO — Port City Roller Derby is looking for new practice space as the league gears up for its third season.
The community-based not-for-profit Oz Roller Girls Inc., which runs the league, ideally seeks a minimum 100- by 60-foot interior space for its practices, which currently take place four times per week for both an adult league and new juniors league for children ages 10 to 17.
The league expansion and need for practice time that worked better for neighboring tenants necessitated the move from its current Midtown Plaza location in downtown Oswego, which it has occupied since 2010.
Those with rentable space can email [email protected] for additional details.
Port City Roller Derby will stage five home bouts this season, starting May 25 vs. the Roc City Roller Derby B-Sides in Crisafulli Rink.
Port City Roller Derby is produced by Oz Roller Girls Inc., a member-run non-profit organization incorporated in 2011 and dedicated to athletic competition, empowerment and supporting its community.
PCRD always seeks skaters, refs and other volunteers for its adult (18 and over) and juniors (ages 10 to 17) teams, and will provide training. For more information, visit www.portcityrollerderby.org or email [email protected]