The Rutabaga Queens Reign in Glory
Over the Kinetic Grand Championship
In 1973, “friend of Hobart” and general oddball Barbara Ludwig decided that the Kinetic Race needed a reigning monarch, and so declared herself “Rutabaga Queen.” Since that fateful day, there have been dozens of raucous royals who have made it their duty to follow the cardinal rule of Rutabaga-ing: Have FUN! … aaaaaalmost to the point of obnoxiousness.
The Rutabaga Ball was invented by a Queen, and is organized by the Queens, who are independent performing artists and volunteers ... this particular Kinetic tradition pre-dates Kinetic Universe by many decades. Kinetic Universe is grateful for the chance to host the Rutabaga Ball, and support this tradition for as long as it pleases the Queens.
Photo by Andrew Goff
Photo by Mark McKenna
It's in Queen Glo's fun loving heart to inspire adults to be playful and fabulous and to model for children how fun it is to grow up and continue to be Kidds!
Cruising Main Street, Ferndale, Finish Line Day KGC 2015
Photo by Winona Aubrey-Herzog
Rutabaga Queen and rutabaga.
Photo by Matt Filar
Kinetic Seer, Racer and Queen
One of the founders of Kinetic Universe
Retired Queen President III and co-founder of Kinetic Universe
Queen Jane with Glorious Founder Hobart Brown
The Queen (right) wtih Duane Flatmo's "King" from "The King & Eye"
Kinetic Legend and only person ever to win two Rutabaga Crowns!
The Queen with Glorious Funder of Kinetics Everywhere, Hobart Brown
Rutabaga Queens are chosen by the Rutabaga Queens. The one criteria:
Who will make the best Queen?
Rutabaga Ball 2015 Judges Pictured from left
Lady Luck, Jermajesty, Queen Monica, Sohotshe Burns LaRu TaBaga, and Emma the Emchantress in front.
Top Right, Queen Lotta Paintbuckets, Organizer of Rutabaga Ball 2015