Category Archives: League Event

League Events are open to Sick Town members, and include training sessions (e.g. minimum skills, New Skater Day, special scrimmage), league/committee meetings, and special occasions.

Remember Skating at the Old Rink?


When we bought the rink, we also ended up buying some of the old discarded skates that never got thrown out. What to do with them? Well, how about sell them at the auction? We took 21 of the nicest looking skates, painted them in Sick Town colors and planted them with succulents.


Succulents are easy to care for since they really don’t like to get much water, and they can spruce up the place. Make sure you have an opportunity to purchase one of these nostalgic planters by buying your tickets early, as tickets are limited.

  • Advance tickets through Brown Paper Tickets: $12
  • Tickets purchased at the door: $15
  • Kids 8 and under are FREE!


We have had many generous donors, mostly our local businesses, to help support us with many fantastic items. Please thank them for supporting us and our community by shopping at their businesses.

Our latest donations are thanks to:
Woodstock’s Pizza Parlor
The Uprise
Sunnyside Up Cafe

Get Your Tickets for Bid, Bowl and Beer!


Bring the entire family to enjoy three hours of bowling and a silent auction. Shoe rental is included in the ticket price!

  • Advance tickets through Brown Paper Tickets: $12
  • Tickets purchased at the door: $15
  • Kids 8 and under are FREE!


This fundraising event will support renovations on our historic roller rink just north of Corvallis, and allow us to return to skating year-round. The rink is home to Sick Town Derby Dames, Candy Stripers Jr. Derby, and Willamette Roller Derby Officials.


Our sponsors, 2 Towns Ciderhouse and Mazama Brewing, will be bringing some delicious brews for adults 21+. And thank you to Highland Bowl for hosting this event!

We are still getting fantastic items in, so check back often!

Our latest donations are thanks to:
Perfect Look
Shonnard’s Nursery, Florist, Landscape
The Fingerboard Extension
Wise PhotoPrinting
River Jewelry
Sloan, Juliet
Yogurt Extreme
Broken Yolk Cafe
The Shoe Hutch
The Toy Factory
Sedlak’s Shoes
Country Vitamins
Hoffman, Tess
Portland Center Stage
Osborn Aquatic Center
Oregon Coffee and Tea, LLC
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

Polar Plunge 2015


The Sick Town Derby Dames and Candy Striper Junior Derby skaters are doing the Polar Plunge to support the Special Olympics again this year. Our team name is WRD Sick Town Derby Dames, and this year’s theme is everything derby. Fishnets, booty shorts, crazy socks, and whatever STDD derby shirts you have!


The event is on February 7 at 11:00AM. For details on donating or joining us in the plunge, please go to our Polar Plunge page at WRD Sick Town Derby Dames Team Page. You are welcome to also come watch and support us.


For questions, please contact

STDD 2012 Holiday Party & League Awards

Every December, as our competitive season winds down and our skaters get a bit of a break, Sick Town hosts a holiday party for our members’ families.  The location always changes, the food is always different, and there are always a few different faces, but two things are always the same: karaoke and awards!!!

While I’d love to share videos of our skaters belting out their best renditions of your favorite songs, I think it’s wise to stick to a few photos.  We have some really amazing vocal talent within our league!  This year’s theme was “Prom Night: A Night on the Serengeti”.  There were formal dresses, ties, and animal print as far as the eye could see.  We also rigged up a pinata for the kids!

We use this party as a way to give recognition to the people who make our league possible.  We give a big “Thank You” to our refs and NSOs for all their hard work and dedication, our Training Committee for keeping us on our game, and our Board of Directors for their time, energy, and patience in keeping the league going.

But perhaps the most fun is hearing the winners of the awards.  All of Sick Town votes on who will win each category; some are coveted, and some are avoided!  Here’s a recap of the winners for this year’s ‘Best of Sick Town’ awards.

2012 League Awards

Up & Coming Skater: Septic

Most Improved Skater: Bloodstain

MVP Blocker: PWN Face Killa’

MVP Jammer: Stitches N’ Bones

Miss STDD: Gerta Dammerung

Best Assets: Arctic Wolfsbane

Most Inappropriate (the “Bruiser” award): Ophelia Muffkrush

Most Fashionable: Chelle FU Up

Stinkiest: Land Tuna

April Showers Bring Sick Powers! S*M*A*S*H Unit vs. Lava City’s Smokin’ Ashes

Sick of all the rain?  Get out of the house and into some action with the Sick Town Derby Dames’ next home bout – April Showers Bring Sick Powers!  Sick Town’s very own S*M*A*S*H Unit will take on Lava City Roller Dolls’ Smokin’ Ashes (from Bend, OR).  Watch as your favorite skaters take on super-human skills – jamming at the speed of light, hitting harder than a freight train, and erupting out of thin air – as they put the POW!, BAM!, WHACK! on the Smokin’ Ashes.

As always, this family-friendly event is brought to you by our sponsors – Ninkasi Brewing, 2 Towns Cider, South Pacific Auto, Holland Chiropractic and Wellness, and many others – and features kids’ half-time events and craft tables, food and beverages, a beer/cider/wine garden, and much more.  Advance tickets are available for $10 (service fee may apply) at The Uprise Skate Shop and Aqua Seafood and Steaks in Corvallis, and The Cash House in Albany, or through your favorite derby dame.  You can also get tickets through Brown Paper Tickets.  Limited tickets will be available at the door for $13; get $1 off at the door with donation of a canned food item.

The ABC House, serving Linn and Benton counties, is the sponsored charity of this event.  April is Child Abuse Awareness month, and the Sick Town Derby Dames are thrilled to do our part to help put an end to child abuse.


Sick Town is hosting it’s 1st annual Skate-A-Thon on October 8, 2011, and YOU’RE invited!  This event is open to anyone with a pair of skates.  Got a skateboard?  We’ll let you play, too.  We have up to 26 miles of beautiful paved paths, divided into different skill levels – beginner, intermediate, and advanced.  Skate as much or as little as you want.

All paths end up at Willamette Park, where we will be hosting a FREE BBQ with vegan/vegetarian options, sponsored by Corvallis Tourism.  There will also be a host of off-skate activities in the park, including an 18-hole disc golf course, horseshoes, a slip-n-slide, games, and Zumba.  Friends and family can enjoy the park while you work up an appetite with fellow skaters.

Sunday, we will be opening up our practice space for a Black vs. White scrimmage.  Space is limited; first come, first served.  Be sure to bring your insurance number.  All skill levels are welcome.

For more information and to RSVP, visit our Facebook event page.


1st Quarter Minimum Skills

After the St. Patty’s celebrations ended, our intermediate skaters focused their attention on just one thing – MINIMUM SKILLS!  Dubbed MinSki by our test takers, this assessment determines a skater’s ability to perform the minimum skating skills required by WFTDA.  In order to bout, skaters must pass the MinSki assessment as well as a written test on the rules.  This ensures the safety of all skaters.

This quarter, we had 5 new skaters pass the assessment, moving them up to the bout pool.  Now the REAL work begins.  These skaters will continue to improve their skills, technique, and understanding of the game.  CONGRATULATIONS to the following skaters – Flash Point, Sugar MagRoll-Ya, Dixie Skullpopper, Ill Ninja, and Chelle F.U. Up!

We’d also like to welcome back St. Nick (she’s been out with an injury since October) and Face Kontrol (she’s been out on maternity leave since July).  We’ve missed you ladies!

New Skater Day

New Skater Day is coming up on Monday, March 21st!  Come out to see what it’s all about, to meet our team, and begin the most fun sport you’ll ever play.  We’ll begin with an orientation to the league, giving you all the info you need to be a Derby Dames.  Then we’ll lace up our skates and start rolling!  Arrive early to make sure you get some loaner gear.  And don’t forget – BRING A HELMET IF YOU HAVE ONE!

For our address and more info, write to