Birthday Party Packages

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Standard for all Parties:

Personalized Service from a Party Hostess.
An 18% gratuity for your hostess is added automatically.


The Diner Deluxe Party (Minimum-10)

$18.00 for each paid guest.

Includes The standard for all parties, plus:


Roller Roo's Pizza Party (Minimum-10)

$18.00 for each paid guest.

Includes The standard for all parties, plus:

 

Discussion Points:

Registering for a party: We require a $25.00 non-refundable deposit to register the party. You can register (1) on-line using the large green buttons, (2) stopping by the rink in person, or (3) calling us at 630-898-5830 to reserve a party.  You can use Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, or Discover credit cards or cash to make the deposit. You will settle up before you leave using cash or credit cards.  We no longer accept checks.

You bring the kids and you bring the cake (or cupcakes or birthday cookie, etc.). We take care of the ice cream & soda (and food, if ordered). No outside food or drinks are allowed (except the cake for registered parties only).  Additional food and drinks may be ordered at any time by adults through the hostess.

  Please keep in mind that this is a childrens party. We are limited in space and try to accomodate all patrons, so please keep adult family member attendance to a minimum. 

We do not allow any young people (excepting ages three or four and under) to be in the building without skates on. That applies to teens and twenty-somethings without children. Please be especially attentive to babies and toddlers as they are at risk of being run over accidentally. Most parents appreciate not needing to be concerned about young people who are "Hanging Out." Private birthday parties (renting the rink) have some flexibility with this policy.

The use of our regular, speed, or inline rental skates is included in the party package.

Please remind your guests that headgear of any type (hats, head scarves, dewrags, bandanas, beanies, etc.) is not permitted while skating. The reason is simple: if a hat, headband, or dewrag falls off the head, someone else can be tripped and hurt badly. Our concern for the safety of other skaters overrides anyone's desire to wear headgear. When we make exceptions (for cancer treatment or religion), the cover must be so securely set that it is impossible to dislodge. Helmets with chin straps may also be used providing the chin straps are in use.