The Jerzey Derby Brigade was formed in January 2010, but has been growing steadily since its inception, and now includes approximately 50 skaters and refs, according to Jennifer Setteducato, a skater for the Major Pains, the newest of the Jerzey Derby Brigade’s two Morristown-based teams.
The brigade’s season will begin this Saturday, when the Corporal Punishers start their second season against the Major Pains in their debut.
“It’s a great thing,” Setteducato said. “If you want to check out a sporting event, it’s definitely a unique one. It’s very exciting, it’s fast-paced, you get to see some hitting, and girls in scantily-clad clothing … but it’s fun for all ages. It’s not as if there is something bad that goes on that you can’t bring your kids.”
The Major Pains and Corporal Punishers practice together, but because of the number of skaters, they’ve split into two teams. Setteducato described the Major Pains as the “B-team,” consisting of many of the Jerzey Derby Brigade’s newest skaters.
“We’ve been training all winter,” Setteducato said. “We haven’t really stopped … we’d just really love to get as much local support as possible.”
The match will be held at Inline Morristown from 6:15 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, April 2. Tickets are available online or at the door for $12.
More events in Morristown this weekend:
Pianist George Winston Performance
Where/When: At 8 p.m. on Friday, April 1 at the Community Theatre.
Why Go: Because Winston is a piano innovator that blends jazz, folk, classical and R&B.
Pricing: Tickets range from $37 to $52 and are available online.
Where/When: From 8 to 10 p.m. at Sona Thirteen on Friday, April 1.
Why Go: Because you want to mingle with an even number of male and female 25 to 39 year old young professionals.
Pricing: Price varies depending on when you sign up. See the New Jersey Young Professionals’ website for details.
Blue Soul at Rod’s
Where/When: From 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. on Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2 at Rod’s Steak & Seafood Grille in The Madison Hotel, in Morris Township.
Why Go: Because Blue Soul will perform blues, soul, and jazz at Rod’s, as they have been almost every weekend for the past few months.
Where/When: At 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 2 at the Community Theatre.
Why Go: Because Pilobolus is a collaborative dance troupe that, according to the Community Theatre’ website, is “The dance company for those who don’t like dance.”
Pricing: Tickets range from $32 to $57 and are available online.
Where/When: From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship on Sunday, April 3.
Why Go: Because New Jersey Blood Services is always in need of blood. To make an appointment, visit the blood center’s parent group website or call 800-933-2566.
Be the Medicine Workshop
Where/When: From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Be the Medicine on Saturday, April 2.
Why Go: Because this class is meant to teach people how to improve their health, both physical and mental. The workshop is meant to show people how to live a full healthy life.
Pricing: $125, for more information call 973-647-2500 or email Janet@bethemedicine.com.