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Leisure Access Program

Revisions are coming to this program. For more details, please log on to the Vancouver Park Board website and update yourself on just how easy and accessible this program is getting for our Vancouver residents who have limited income. Applications for Leisure Access Cards are available for download below, and at all community centres. In order for you or your family to qualify for the Leisure Access Card Program, you must be a resident of Vancouver and have a family income from all sources below the income guidelines on the application form.

For more information contact the LAC office at 604.257.8497 or lap@vancouver.ca. Learn more about the Leisure Access Card Program

Financial Assistance

All programs at Thunderbird Community Centre are subsidized and the fees are set at the lowest reasonable rates. As well, the Thunderbird Board of Directors has a policy to assist those living in the Thunderbird area who cannot afford the advertised price of specific programs or activities. This support is made possible by the fundraising efforts of many. Please email Cindy Gulbransen or inquire at the front office for further subsidy information. Download a Subsidy Form

Refunds, Cancellations and Other Policies

Cash or Cheque
We accept only cash or cheque as a form of payment for all programs.

Refund and Transfer Policy
Refunds will be provided for any cancelled program or altered program made by the Community Centre. Refund requests must be made prior to the second class and will not be issued after this time unless accompanied by a medical note. There is an administrative charge of $4.00 applied to all refund requests and $2.00 to all transfer requests, with the exception of Day Camp and Birthday Parties. The Day Camp refund fee is $8.00 and the Day Camp transfer fee is $4.00. The Birthday Party refund fee is $25.00 and the Birthday Party transfer fee is $4.00. Refunds will be pro-rated after the completion of the first lesson. Refunds under $5.00 will be issued as credits.

There are no refunds on memberships.

Course Cancellation Policy
Courses are cancelled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. We need a minimum number enrolled before a class will run. Programs may be cancelled during the session due to unforeseen circumstances and instructors may change during the program session.

Missed Classes
Many of our programs are free and have extensive waitlists. For these reasons, we may withdraw a participant from a program when they have missed three consecutive classes. This allows for another person to have the opportunity to join the program.

Parental/Guardian Responsibility
All children under the age of eight are required to have parental/guardian (16 yrs or older) supervision, when not attending a registered Thunderbird program. The staff at Thunderbird are not responsible for children left unattended after programs have finished. Parents/guardians are responsible for picking up their children as soon as their programs have ended.

Brochure Pictures
We often take pictures of participants enjoying our programs & use their pictures in publications such as this. Please let your instructor know if you do not wish to have your child’s picture taken.

NSF Cheques
We will be charging $35.00 for a returned cheque.

Program Subsidies
All programs at Thunderbird Community Centre are subsidized and the fees are set at the lowest reasonable rates. As well, the Thunderbird Board of Directors has a policy to assist those living in the Thunderbird area who cannot afford the advertised price of specific programs or activities. Please inquire at the office for further subsidy information. This support is made possible by the fundraising efforts of many.

Leisure Access Program
The Vancouver Park Board Leisure Access Cards provide Vancouver residents who have limited income a reduction in fees for basic Vancouver Park Board programs and services. Applications for Leisure Access Cards are available at our front office or at vancouverparks.ca. In order for you or your family to qualify for the Leisure Access Card program, you must be a resident of Vancouver and have a family income from all sources below the income guidelines on the application form. For more information, contact the LAC office at 604-257-8497.

Personal Information Protection
In the course of providing programs and services, the Thunderbird Privacy Officer collects personal information of our members and other individuals participating in classes, workshops, projects, events or in renting the facility. This information may be used for communication purposes regarding current or upcoming events, processing payments, statistical or human resource purposes, or for the provision of programs or services. We respect the importance of protecting the personal information that we collect. For information on our privacy policies and practices or to contact our Privacy Officer, please call 604-713-1818.

Free Membership
Once you enroll into a fee-based registered Thunderbird Community Centre program you automatically become a member of the Thunderbird Neighbourhood Association.

Birthday Party Bookings
Any birthday party booked within 5 weeks to the actual party date must be paid in cash.

Late Pick Up Policy
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure that children under the age of eight are picked up as soon as their program has ended. There will be a late fee per child of $1 each minute for a late pick up.

Spring Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday 9:00am-10:00pm

Saturday – 9:00am-5:00pm

Sunday and Statutory Holidays – Closed

Please note, the Office closes 1/2 hour prior to closing and the Fitness Centre closes 10 minutes prior to closing.

Holiday Closures:

Friday, March 30

Monday, April 2

Monday, May 21

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Announcements
  • Spring Registration

    Spring Brochure AVAILABLE NOW!

    Registration –  Saturday, March 3, 2018 – Catchment Area – Those living within the area of the map below.

    Catchment Area Map

    Registration – Saturday, March 10th, 2018 – General Public

     

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