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Policies, Terms and Conditions

The below Terms, Conditions, and Policies are applicable for all events.


Harassment Policy


At Things to Do in Calgary, respect for one another is paramount to the safety of everyone, on and off the field.

Things to Do in Calgary has a zero-tolerance for verbal/non-verbal, written, or physical harassment of any players, staff, and facility workers. If any harassment occurs, it may result in a fine, suspension, or a lifetime ban.

If at any time a patron, staff member, or facility worker feels that they are in immediate danger, the aggressor will be immediately removed and will receive a lifetime ban from participating in Things to Do in Calgary programs, and they will forfeit any remaining passes.

Note: This policy applies to all email and text communications received by Things to Do in Calgary and their partners.
 

Terms and Conditions
 

Things to Do in Calgary Event Terms and Conditions

  1. There are no refunds, no exceptions.
    It is your responsibility to attend, cancel and modify your bookings.
    All events have a cost associated with them, and your fee goes towards these costs.
    Special circumstances may be considered.
    If an event is cancelled, your registration fee will be credited back into your account as a pass
     

  2. Upon your arrival at the event, you must check in with the Event Coordinator.

    1. If you did not attend the event, a ‘No Show’ will be applied to your file.

    2. If three (3) ‘No Shows’ are accumulated, your account will be reviewed by Things to Do in Calgary, which could result in a fine or an account suspension for up to a month.

    3. If attendance continues to be a chronic issue, you will be asked to leave the Things to Do in Calgary group.
      Special circumstances may be considered.

  1. As a patron of Things to Do in Calgary, be aware that we record promotional videos and take event pictures during every event. If you wish not to be videoed or photographed, you must talk with the Coordinator prior to the event start.

Sports Player Specific Terms and Conditions

  1. There are no refunds, no exceptions.
    It is your responsibility to attend, cancel and modify your bookings.
    If an event is cancelled, your registration fee will be credited back into your account.
     

  2. Any cancellations must be made 24hr before the date of the sport or you forfeit your booking fee.
    When cancellations occur 24hr before the day of the event, the booking fee will be applied to your account in the form of credit.
     

  3. You must arrive by the scheduled start time, or you may lose your spot to others that are on the waitlist or walk-ins.
    If you have not contacted  Things to Do in Calgary before the scheduled start time, your spot could be forfeited, and no credits will be returned.

    1. If you have not arrived by the start of the gameplay, then you will be automatically charged a ‘No-Show’ fee.

      1. No-Show’ fees
        All indoor/outdoor events will be charged a ‘No-Show’ fee of $20.

    2. If three (3) ‘No-Show’s’ are accrued, your account will be reviewed by  Things to Do in Calgary, which could result in a fine or an account suspension for up to a month.
       

  4. The game day Coordinator has the final say.
    Things to Do in Calgary has the right to overrule the Coordinator’s decision, on a case-by-case basis.

    1. The coordinator can rearrange/balance the teams as they see fit.

    2. There will be no tolerance for sharing jerseys/spots during gameplay.
       

  5. Passes are non-transferable.
     

  6. Drop-Ins on-site are $35 if spots are available but we encourage you to book on the App/Website to guarantee your spot, at a reduced rate.
     

  7. Throughout the game day, each patron will participate in every player position for the sport, i.e., in soccer, every player will take turns playing goal.
     

  8. As a patron of  Things to Do in Calgary, be aware that we record promotional videos and take team pictures during every game day. If you wish not to be videoed or photographed, you must talk with the Coordinator prior to the game start.
     

  9. Upon the incident where a player/ patron breaks a piece of equipment, the player/ patron is responsible for paying for the replacement piece of broken equipment.
     

Updated: August 29th, 2023

Things to Do in Calgary  ( Drop-In Soccer) 

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