|Our goal is to provide a safe, wholesome, fun experience for the entire family. In all of our sessions, we have live DJs who actively interact with our guests and who only play super clean music. To ensure such a safe, fun, wholesome environment for everyone, the policies listed below are established and enforced. |
Rollerskating is a strenuous and fast-moving sport. By putting on skates and participating in this form of recreation you are personally assuming the risk of an accident inherent in this and any similar sport. It is in the nature of this recreation that people fall down or run into one another on occassion. If you are not willing to assume that risk, please do not roller skate here. If you doubt your ability to roller skate, please consider this notice before proceeding. We cannot be responsible for any injuries which occur to our patrons while they are in this facility. Because of the normal risk of maintaining balance on skates, and the probability of occasional contact between skaters, accidents can and do happen. You must voluntarily assume the risk of injury when you skate.
By entering our building you agree to abide by all rules and regulations, which have been established and are enforced for the safety of all skaters.
RULES OF CONDUCT
Skaters shall skate at a reasonable speed. If you are passing more skaters than are passing you, slow down.
Skaters shall not skate in a reckless manner, weave in and out, play tag or skate in a manner which will jeopardize the safety of ones self or others.
Skaters shall report all injuries to management regardless of severity.
All skaters are requested to report any conditions that they believe may jeopardize their safety or the safety of others.
Skaters shall not take hats, caps, purses, combs, hair brushes, sunglasses, food, or any similar items on to the skating floor.
Skaters shall not sit on walls, railings, tables or counters.
Skaters shall not stop or stand on the skating floor
Skaters shall place all shoes, coats, purses, or personal belongings in a locker or locker check area. Management is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
Skaters shall remove skates before leaving the building.
Skaters shall leave all food or drink in the snack bar area.
Skaters and guests shall not carry food or drink into this facility.
Alcoholic beverages, illegal substances or anyone under the influence will not be permitted on the premises.
Skates that are designed for toe stop or heel stop must be so equipped.
Wheels must be clean and suitable for the skating surface.
No gum chewing allowed in the building.
No smoking allowed in the building
DRESS & CONDUCT CODE
Skaters shall conduct themselves as ladies and gentlemen.
No in and out privileges, loitering or littering around the building ... "When you leave - you leave".
All skaters shall be neatly groomed and clean. Proper attire shall be worn at all times.
All skaters renting skates shall be required to wear socks.
Skaters shall tuck the laces inside the rental skates and return them to the rental area when the session is over.
Management reserves the right to inspect lockers, skate cases and/or hand bags before entering or leaving the building.
No foul language is permitted.
Parent spectators only.
Management reserves the right to refuse admission or eject without refund anyone not meeting the standards set forth.