Want a party, but not the hassle?
Let us help and do the hard work for you.
Saturdays & Sundays, 1:00PM-3:00PM (gym time 1:00PM-2:00PM)
$130/Party Up to 12 kids (1 party attendant)
$190/Party 13-24 kids (2 party attendants)
- Please have your final numbers of children attending the party confirmed 2 weeks prior to the party, and pay the $60 upgrade for over 12 children to secure an additional leader.
- Our birthday party packages include the following:
- A leader to help with supervision, preparation and organization of the games
- A decorated room with streamers, balloons, tablecloths, tables & chairs
- Access to a kitchen that is equipped with a stove, an oven, a microwave, a refrigerator and a freezer
- One hour gymnasium time with access to various games, equipment, activities & large bouncy castle
- Parent/guardian supervision is required for the duration of the party.
A birthday party leader will contact you approximately 2 weeks before your party to discuss the details. Please make sure to update your information at registration to include an email address.
- All refunds are subject to a $4 administrative charge.
- Full refund with 2 weeks’ notice•50% refund with 1 week notice•NO refund for less than 1 week notice
Bring the entire family to have lunch and fun with the Easter Bunny. Lunch will be available from 11:15am-12:00pm followed by a hunt at 12pm. Event will also include entertainment, crafts and games. Make some great holiday memories in your community. Parent participation required.
Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) recommends that anyone who hasn’t had the measles or been vaccinated get a vaccination, which is available free of charge at VCH public health units. More information is available at http://www.vch.ca/public-health/health-topics-a-z/topics/measles.
Children receive the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine at 12 months of age followed by a second dose before six years of age. Families with children too young to be vaccinated should not be fearful that their infant could possibly catch the measles in a public facility.
The Park Board has also advised staff at the four community centres to be extra diligent in cleaning the facilities.
Measles is a highly contagious disease that spreads through the air. It starts with fever, cough, runny nose, and red, watery eyes. These symptoms develop between seven to 21 days after a person is exposed. A characteristic rash then develops, beginning on the face and spreading down the body.
Most people in Canada are protected against infection through immunization with the MMR vaccine. Two doses of MMR vaccine are 99% effective at preventing measles.
Your Champlain Heights Community Association and Vancouver Board of Parks & Recreation