Pistoleras ready for hard-nosed battle in Summerland

The Penticton Pisoleras and Kelowna Sun City Sirens square off at the Summerland Arena

VIOLENCE OF THE JAMS — Women’s roller derby action hits the Summerland Arena July 4 when the Penticton Pistoleras host the Kelowna Sun City Sirens.

Violence of the Jams will be at the Summerland Arena July 4.

The family-friendly event is free for kids 12 and under to attend. Tickets are $10 at the door or $12 in advance. Proceeds of the event will go to the Agur Lake Resort in support of outdoor exploration for those with disabilities. Tickets are available for purchase at Sun City Tattoos, Lockworks Inc., Picture This! or Beauty Box in Summerland. First whistle is at 7 p.m., doors open at 6.

 

 

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