Mad Rollin' Dolls Homecoming

The Mad Rollin' Dolls launch their 14th season Saturday at the Alliant Energy Center.

MICHELLE STOCKER, CAPITAL TIMES ARCHIVES

Check out the action as the Mad Rollin’ Dolls launch their 14th season Saturday in Veterans Memorial Coliseum, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way. An exhibition match between two of their Wreckers teams gets the triple-header rolling at 4:15 p.m., followed by Unholy Rollers versus Vaudeville Vixens, and then the defending champion Quad Squad versus Reservoir Dolls. Ticket prices are $10/advance at select businesses, including all Willy Street Co-op locations; $12/adults, $6/children 6-11, online at madisonrollerderby.org/tickets; $15/general admission, $12/military, senior 55+, and students with valid ID, at the door. Children under 6 are free. Parking fee is additional.

More information: madrollindolls.com or phone 608-267-3976.

MLK Jr. holiday

Join King Coalition of Madison and Dane County for events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A free community dinner will be served 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday at UW-Madison Gordon Commons, 770 W. Dayton St. An ecumenical celebration, featuring the MLK Community Choir, will take place 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Fountain of Life Church, 633 W. Badger Road. Gather for Freedom Songs 5 p.m. Monday in the Rotunda at the Overture Center, 201 State St. Stay for the annual program, 6 p.m. Monday, in the Capitol Theater, featuring keynote speaker Frank A. Humphrey, president of the NAACP Wisconsin state chapter, the MLK Community Choir, and awards. All events are free and open to everyone.

More information: www.facebook.com/kingcoalition or phone 608-213-7907.

Bike swap and FB4K

Brazen Dropouts Cycling Team’s Bike Swap held in the New Holland Pavilion No. 1, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday has more than 100 vendors offering complete bikes, cycling attire, shoes, tools, frames, forks, cranks, pedals and more — maybe even some art! Food concessions will be available as well. Cash-only admission is $15/early-bird at 8:30 a.m., $5/between 9 and 11 a.m., and free after 11 a.m. Children 13 and younger admitted free all day. Parking fee is separate.

More information: www.brazendropouts.org/bike-swap.

Donate gently used bikes to FB4K (Free Bikes For Kids) Madison 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday to help children most in need. The nonprofit organization collects, cleans and refurbishes the bicycles before giving them out. You can drop off bikes at Brazen Dropouts Bike Swap, at the Alliant Energy Center, and Dean Medical Clinic sites: East — 1821 S. Stoughton Road; West — 752 N. High Point Road; Fish Hatchery — 1313 Fish Hatchery Road; Oregon — 753 N. Main St., Oregon; Waunakee — 1300 S. Century Ave., Waunakee; Sun Prairie — 10 Tower Drive, Sun Prairie; and the SSM Wisconsin Regional Office — 1818 W. Beltline Highway.

More information: fb4kmadison.org/donate/donate-a-bike.

Magic revolution

Add some magic to your weekend with Criss Angel RAW: The Mindfreak Unplugged 7 p.m. Sunday at Overture Center, 201 State St. Angel brings his street magic, mentalism and iconic illusions to a theatrical experience “unlike any seen before,” and restricted to audiences ages 12 and over. Seat prices range from $40 to $125.

More information: www.overture.org/events/criss-angel or phone 608-258-4141.

— Robyn Norton

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Robyn Norton is a features assistant for the Wisconsin State Journal.