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A Few Things To Know

Birthday Party Policies

Refund Policy

The $75 deposit is non-refundable. You may reschedule your party up to 3 weeks before, but you will be charged a change fee of $25. If you would like to reschedule your party less than 3 weeks before, you will relinquish your $75 deposit, and be required to place another $75 deposit for the new date.

Safety Waiver

Every participant in a birthday party must have a parent sign a liability waiver. If a child does not have a parent-signed safety waiver, they will not be permitted to participate. There are simply no exceptions to this rule!

Children Under 3 Years

Any party participants that are under 3 under years of age must a have a parent or guardian attend to them during the party. This ensures the safety and enjoyment of the other guests.

Return Check Policy

A fee of $25.00 is charged on all returned checks.

Payment Policy

We cannot hold any dates and times until we have your deposit in hand. The birthday party balance is then due upon completion of your child’s birthday party. Our preferred payment method is with Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. We also accept cash and checks. When paying by check, please make checks payable to Metro Stars Gymnastics.

Dress Code

Boys may wear gym shorts or sweatpants and a T-shirt that can be tucked in securely. Girls may also wear gym shorts or sweatpants and a T-shirt, or they may wear leotards (any color or style). No tights or jewelry are permitted. Long hair needs to be pulled back and secured. No shoes or socks are allowed in the gymnastics area.

Food and Drink

Food and/or drink are allowed only in the viewing area. We thank you for your understanding.

Lost Items

Metro Stars Gymnastics cannot be responsible for any lost items.

Birthday Party FAQs

What time should I arrive for my child’s birthday party?

We ask that you arrive no more than 15 minutes prior to the party start time. We will be taking care of everything and therefore there is no need to arrive earlier than 15 minutes prior.

What do I need to bring to the party?

Refreshments for your guests including treats and a drink, candles, and goody bags if you so choose.

What should children wear to a party at Metro Stars Gymnastics?

All children should wear loose, comfortable play-type clothing. Children are welcome to wear leotards. Please do not have your child wear jeans, belts, or dresses to the party. All activities will be done barefoot.

Can I drop my child off for a birthday party at Metro Stars?

You must sign a safety waiver prior to leaving your child at a party. Children must be potty trained and older than 3 to be left without an adult.

Can I go into the gym with my child during a birthday party?

Adults are welcome in the gym areas to observe the party activities. Children under 3 must have an adult assist them throughout the party for safety. Also, if you observe your young child struggling with activities you may be asked to assist. Adults are prohibited from using the equipment under all circumstances.

What is provided by Metro Stars for birthday parties?

At least 2 coaches are provided for every party. In addition to attentive and caring coaches your party includes invitations, all paper products, set-up, and clean-up of all party areas.

What if more children attend the party, then I had RSVPed for?

Generally, this is not an issue during parties. However, please refer to our party list below for additional fees. Please be aware that some party activities may need to be adjusted if the total number of children is vastly different.

  • Fantastic Gymnastics parties include 12 children (including the birthday child) – additional children are $15.00 each
  • Ninja Stars parties include 12 children (including the birthday child) – additional children are $15.00 each
  • Rock Stars parties include 12 children (including the birthday child) – additional children are $15.00 each
  • Birthday Bash parties includes 18 children (including the birthday child) – additional children are $15.00 each

My child is 2 years old; can they participate in the party alone?

No, you must physically assist your child in all party activities. Most children of this age need one-on-one assistance during party activities to maintain safety and allow all the children at the party to have a good time.

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