The Queen City Roller Girls' internationally ranked all-star travel roller derby team, the Lake Effect Furies, wants your chili. They want your spicy, savory or sweet chili. Make it a meat-lovers or strictly vegetarian; either is OK - these roller derby skaters want it all.
And, if you'd rather just eat the chili, that's OK, too.
Join the Lake Effect Furies from 6:30-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, for their annual chili cook-off at Appliance Associates of Buffalo, 200 Amherst St. Tickets are $10 and include tastings of all of the chili offerings.
There will be awards for the best chili in these categories.
•Best Overall Chili - Winner receives a trophy, Furies T-Shirt and two tickets to next Furies home bout
•Meat-lovers - Trophy and two tickets to next Furies home bout
•Veggie Delight - Trophy and two tickets to next Furies home bout
And when you need a break from all the fabulous chili and beer, there will be basket and 50/50 raffles. For more information, contact HerHeiny Granger (Melissa Heft-Kalisiak) at email@example.com.
The Furies will open their home season in March at the Queen City Roller Girls new home, Buffalo RiverWorks, a new multipurpose venue located at 359 Ganson St., in downtown Buffalo. Full details regarding game times, pricing and ticket availability will be released soon. Visit http://www.qcrg.net/ for the latest details.
About the Queen City Roller Girls
Founded in 2006, the Queen City Roller Girls are Western New York's premier women's flat track roller derby league. The skater-owned and -operated league consists of four home teams and a travel team representing the Buffalo area in the Women's Flat Track Derby Association.
Since its inception, the Queen City Roller Girls' mission has always been to provide opportunities for athleticism, camaraderie and self-expression. Founded and supported entirely through the efforts of non-paid skaters, officials and volunteers, QCRG has grown to more than 150 members and continues to grow throughout the Buffalo-Niagara Region. Visit www.qcrg.net to find out more about your local derby girls.