Cancellation Due to Government Order
Fees paid for any CAMP program cancelled due to government order or regulation are fully refundable. Customers may choose a credit in lieu of a refund.
Individual Fees for STEAM programs & monthly passes are non-refundable, but will be credited for a future program once order has been lifted.
Group Events. Clients with insurance may request a refund as per the terms of the insurance policy, or request a full credit (without expiry) for any event fees paid for future service at Brick Labs Inc. Clients who did not purchase insurance at booking, may request postponement of the event without additional fees, or request a credit (without expiry) for any event fees paid for future service at Brick Labs Inc. The amount of the credit will equal the amount that would have been refunded if they had purchased insurance. (95% Event Fee paid less $20 insurance premium).
Cancellation by Client
Any fees paid for STEAM programs, Camps, or other individual programs are non-fundable should a client choose to cancel their booking or “no-show”.
Cancellation Policy for Group Events (Parties, Field Trips, Facilitated Workshops)
- Cancellations and/or no-shows: Fees paid will not be refunded. Clients have the option of purchasing event insurance at time of initial purchase. Event insurance is $20 and entitles the customer to a 95% refund of fees paid for cancellation of their event, up to, but not including the day of the event.
- Postponements: Events may be postponed, provided 15 days notice is provided in writing. An admin fee of 10% may be charged.
- Any misrepresentation of details about your event will result in a fully non-refundable cancellation.
No Shows and Inappropriate Behaviour
Customers who fail to provide notice of cancellation (“no show”) shall forfeit any fees paid.
Customers/children who repeatedly demonstrate inappropriate behaviour, and/or fail to change behaviour after having been cautioned by the Brick Labs staff will forfeit fees and not be allowed to return to the facility. Inappropriate behaviour includes but is not limited to: physical, verbal or sexual harassment of staff or customers; not following safety rules or regulations; continued disregard of direction; intentional destruction or damage to property; theft; profane or sexual language.