Join us Saturday to see your favorite rugby players strut their stuff in Rugby is a Drag!
Hosted by the fabulous Gaysha Starr!
Saturday, September 28th at Neighbors Nightclub.
Proceeds benefit Lifelong AIDS Alliance.
$10 suggested donation. Doors open at 5pm, and the show starts at 6pm.
Last year’s Rugby Is A Drag was a phenomenal hit so expect a packed house!
The show this year is even bigger, and will be even more fun.
You may even consider earplugs, because the crowd will get rowdy and loud!!
And don’t forget to bring your dollar bills for the performers!
Summer New Player Orientation!
Interested in trying out one of the fastest growing sports in the nation? Looking for a competitive yet fun and inclusive team?
Come to Magnusson Park at 1:45pm on Saturday July 13th and learn about the great sport of rugby.
Bring water, running shoes and a mouthguard (don’t forget to form it first) and get ready for an afternoon of running, learning, throwing, catching….well you get the point.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Practices starting Jan 28th!
Practices are beginning, and all men are welcome to come and practice with the club regardless of past rugby or sports experience. The Quake specifically tries to outreach to those who have traditionally not played rugby in the past, specifically gay men and men of color, and most guys that join the club have never played rugby before they started with the Quake.
Here is the practice info:
Practices are at Magnuson Park Field #5 (http://goo.gl/maps/aZJuo
Carpool leaves from the Starbucks at 1600 E. Olive Way (http://goo.gl/maps/fsxzG
- Monday & Wednesday
Carpool 5:45 PM
Practice 6:30 PM
- Saturday (in February ONLY- Matches start in March)
Carpool 12:15 PM
Practice 1:00 PM
If you have any questions or need help with a ride to practice please email email@example.com.
Rugby is a Drag
Sunday, September 9th at 7:00pm at Neighbors Nightbclub,
Come see some of your favorite rugby players dress fabulous and strut on stage.
Suggested donation is $5, hosted by Gaysha Starr.
Super Sweet Raffle, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Washington United for Marriage.
Last Saturday, August 4th, Quake volunteered some time to help Lifelong AIDS alliance with the reboot of their Gay Bingo night. The night was an unfettered success and through our direct action selling extra game cards we raised over $5000!
Keep an eye out more more Gay Bingo nights, and attend to help raise money for this great cause.