CHIPS is a great place to celebrate your next birthday, corporate, or team party!
We have tons of toys & space to play in a safe and sanitized environment! We have updated our cleaning and sanitizing measures Since we can only accommodate one party per weekend right now, we recommend booking your party early to secure the date.
So, how does it work?
PARTY RENTAL FAQ
CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD?
Yes you can bring in your own food. All food must stay in the designated eating areas (please do not move tables from the island groupings) and must be completely cleaned up after your visit. We ask that you serve food in a safe manner - it is recommended that one person serves from a buffet and that masks are worn while food is being served. We have a microwave and fridge available, but we require all food and beverages be removed after your visit.
CAN I BRING BALLOONS & DECORATIONS?
Unfortunately, balloons and confetti are not allowed in our space as they can pose a choking hazard. You are welcome to bring any other decorations as long as they are cleaned up after your party!
DO YOU HAVE A BATHROOM IN YOUR SPACE?
Yes we do have a bathroom which consists of 2 stalls and 2 sinks. This is located up the stairs turn all the way left and it is at the end of the hall.
HOW MANY GUESTS CAN I INVITE?
We are following the Alberta government guidelines, so there will be a maximum of 50 guests allowed for indoor gatherings at CHIPS.
IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT?
CHIPS is designed for children 0 to 7 years of age. However for a birthday party we ask that children over the age of 10 not play on the ride on or climber toys as we are only insured up to that age. They are however invited to play along side the younger children in a safe manner.
HOW WILL I GET IN ON THE WEEKEND?
A board member will unlock and lock the doors for you; this way, if you have any questions we can answer them for you. But as we are a volunteer board, family obligations do arise and if there is such a circumstance we will make arrangements to get you into the space.
"Time spent playing with children is never wasted."