"Making every occasion a special one"

1111 Barmac Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M9L 1X4

Please note:Hosts booking online are required to declare their consent to the policies and terms of use by submitting a quote form before any payments can be accepted.

 **Terms are subject to change without notice**

 Terms of Use

  1. 70 guests is our maximum capacity per room.

  2. We are a DIY special event space, which saves you overall; as we are not a full service banquet hall.

  3. We usually open 1hr prior to an event, in which you can potentially access the venue at no additional cost; however, this is not a guarantee and is subject to availability.  

  4. Please avoid bringing in raw peanuts, tree nuts, or other high allergen foods

  5. We may contact you by phone, email, or text to keep you updated of your event, please do the same!

  6. Alcohol permits are obtained from LCBO and are emailed to the host 2 weeks prior to the event when balance comes due

  7. Our Bluetooth Speakers are only to be used with compatible laptop, iPod, iPhone, Android etc. (Please note that if you use are using your phone, if it rings the music will stop)

  8. The DJ needs to bring all their extension cords, equipment, & speakers if they require a direct connection to a speaker. 

  9. Please keep all guests inside the facility, and prevent them from gathering out-front throughout your event. You will be required to clean up their mess outside as well.

  10. You have access to a fridge, microwave, hand sink, and ice cooler, there is no freezer or kitchen access permitted.

  11. Portable hot plate stoves are not permitted to be used.

  12. Basic toiletries are provided: paper towel and toilet paper, all other necessities are responsibility of host.

  13. ​Host shall maintain safety in the space by mopping spills, or sweeping debris during their event.

  14. When renting chafing dishes, host must bring their food in disposable foil pans, and bring their own serving utensils. Please ensure the foil trays are sturdy as to not fall into the water.

  15.  Host is to bring their own cutting utensils, wine bottle openers, beer bottle openers, cleaning cloths, etc.

  16. At the end of the event, the host must restore space to reasonably received condition. Ensure all decorations are taken down & tape removed at the end of your event.

  17.  It is suggested to bring garbage bags, plastic wrap, aluminum foil, etc. to pack away items at the end of the event.

  18. Take home all empty beer and alcohol bottles after your event.

  19. Ensure all popped or deflated balloons are picked up and discarded of during and after your event, acknowledging that the pieces are a FATAL choking hazard! 


  1. ​Private events MUST BE FOR INVITED GUESTS ONLY, AND MUST NOT BE PUBLICLY ADVERTISED. Upon discovery of noncompliance, your event will be cancelled.
  2. Balances are due 2 weeks prior to an event. Management reserves the right to deny access or commencement of the event until all outstanding fees are paid.
  3. Avoid complications, do not send invitations for your event before a deposit is made.
  4. Management will end all activities at the time of your scheduled end of event. Failure to cease and vacate the premises as agreed, will result in extended time fee being charged.
  5. If opting for extended hours, these fees MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE, Extended time cannot exceed 3am, and is at the discretion of management to agree to extensions based on factors such as safety, liability, or availability of staff.
  6. ​There is no overnight storage available. Host must remove all belongings and equipment at the end of their event.
  7. Please consult before changing arrangement of furnishing until authorization from management or staff is given.
  8. If any falsified or misleading details about your event are discovered prior to, or during your special occasion arising safety or liability concerns, the event will be cancelled immediately. If these findings are revealed during your event, the event will be brought to an abrupt end. In both scenarios, loss of all deposits will apply.

Thank you for your co-operation!

Bouncy Castle Waiver


The Host, in consideration of being allowed to utilize inflatable equipment or to participate in any party and/or program of Class Celebrations located at 1111 Barmac Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M9L 1X4 on his or her behalf, and on behalf of the guests including minor(s) in attendance acknowledges, appreciates, agrees and is fully aware of the risks and hazards in participating in any of the activities on the premises of Class Celebrations and further agrees as follows: I agree for myself and/or the guests, including minor(s) in attendance that we shall comply with all stated and customary terms, posted safety signs, rules, and verbal instructions as conditions for play and participation in any party and/or program at Class Celebrations and agree to pay for all damages to the facilities of Class Celebrations caused by myself or guests' negligent, reckless, or willful actions. In addition, if I observe any hazard during our participation, I will bring it to the attention of the nearest Class Celebrations employee or official immediately.

I recognize and understand that there are certain inherent risks associated with use of the play area, parties, and programs and that risks of injury include, without limitation, scrapes, bruises, cuts, and even more serious injuries, such as paralysis or death. Moreover, for myself and the minor(s) in attendance, I fully accept and agree to assume all of these risks (including risks arising from the negligence of other participants), and I assume full responsibility for personal injury to myself and the attending minor(s) and our respective heirs, assigns, administrators, personal representatives, and next of kin, waive, release and discharge Class Celebrations & its affiliates, officers, members, agents, employees, other participants, and sponsoring agencies for injury, loss or damage arising out of or related to our participation in any and all of Class Celebrations programs, activities, parties, and/or the use of the facilities of Class Celebrations. This waiver and release shall be binding and apply to all risks, known and unknown, even if resulting from negligent actions of other guests or employees of Class Celebrations.  "Rules of Play" include and are not limited to (a) Socks must be worn (no shoes or bare feet) on inflatable's. (b) Adults must supervise their children at all times.

I represent that I am the parent or legal guardian of the minor(s) participating, or I have obtained permission from the parent/legal guardian of the minor(s) to execute this agreement on their behalf. I further represent that the participants are healthy and physically able to participate in any and all undertaken activities. I consent to the reproduction, use, and distribution of pictures, videos and sound for the purpose of promotion and advertising to be used in electronic, print and Internet media. In agreement, I the host, (or acting party as parent/legal guardian or designated representative by parent/legal guardian of minors under the age of 18), will sign contract to allow participation of myself and guests in events,  programs, parties, or use of areas or recreational equipment on premises of Class Celebrations.


Use of Space Agreement

1. USE – This is a non-smoking facility. In case of noncompliance, Host agrees to be responsible for fines or penalties from law enforcement. Management can bring the event to an abrupt end if compliance is not met & loss of all deposits will apply. Host shall keep the facility in a clean and orderly condition and shall conduct activates in a mindful and safe manner. Host shall not use the facility in any manner violating any law. Host shall not allow any nuisance to occur or exist. Host shall not assign, or transfer this agreement in whole or part to another party without the prior written consent of Management. Management reserves the right to inspect and delegate all special occasion events. The Host will be responsible for any damages to the building, equipment, decor, and fixtures lost or damaged during their event. The use of sprinkler candles, confetti, rice, and hot plates are not permitted. Host will be responsible for any injuries caused by using such. Host shall not use any type of nails, glue, or heavy tape on the walls of the facility. Management can charge fees for each infraction causing damage.

2. LIABILITY - Regardless of whether or not, separate, several, joint or concurrent liability may be imposed upon Management, Host shall indemnify and hold harmless Management from and against all damages, claims and liability arising from or connected with Host’s use of the facility, including without limitation, any damage or injury to the Host or their guests incurred by misuse of any equipment, improper use, or maintenance of the space. These indemnifications shall not include any matter for which the Management is effectively protected against by insurance. If Management shall, without fault, become a party to litigation commenced by or against Host, then Host shall indemnify and hold Management harmless. The indemnification provided by this Section should include Management’s legal costs and fees in connection with any such claim, action or proceeding. Host does hereby release Management from all liability for any accident, damage or injury caused to a Host’s guest or property on or about the facility, whether due to negligence on the part of Management and notwithstanding whether such acts or omission be active or passive. Management and Host do each hereby release the other from all liability for any guest’s accident or other damages, and only if this release shall not adversely affect the right of the injured guest to recover under insurance policy. It is responsibility of Host to obtain their own liability insurance coverage in the event of any mishaps with their occasion. The Management will not be responsible for articles lost, stolen, or forgotten during the course, or after an event, and will be held harmless. The Management is held harmless of any and all food or beverages brought in or taken outside of the facility during or after an event by Host.

3. DEPOSIT - Half (50%) of the base package, as an initial deposit payment, is required to privately reserve the space. The remaining balance due will be paid by cash, or e-transfer 14 days prior to the date of the event. FAILURE TO PAY AS AGREED WILL RESULT IN A $10 PER DAY LATE PAYMENT FEE. Host shall pay all taxes where applicable. In the event Host cancels or otherwise breeches the provisions of this agreement; Management, for damages, shall retain all payments received. Event dates can be changed at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE, as long as 30 DAYS PRIOR NOTICE to the original scheduled date is given. Management will then credit payments towards a future event date within 60 DAYS, ONE TIME ONLY; otherwise all payments will be forfeited. Failure to request a date change without said notice will constitute in a onetime $100 re-booking fee. Both Management and Host agree that Toronto, Ontario, be the jurisdiction of the facility for any and all disputes arising from this agreement, and the use of the facility described herein. Host agrees that in the event of default in payment, reasonable costs of collection on the delinquent balance, and/or reasonable attorney fees may be added to the amount due on the account. Security deposit is returned when the space is restored with no damages.

4. ALCOHOL - If alcohol is to be made available by host, a Special Occasion Permit (SOP) MUST BE OBTAINED before the date of the special event. OTHERWISE ALCOHOL WILL NOT BE PERMITTED AT THE EVENT. Whenever a license and/or permit is required for Host’s special event, such license and/or permit shall be procured from the proper public authorities on the behalf of the Host by Management at the expense of the Host. Management will not be held responsible for Hosts’ failure to inform Management of their intent to serve or sell alcohol without permits. Host agrees that in the event of liability claims, fines, or prosecution, Host will solely bare the penalty for their actions in accordance to the law for failure to obtain required SOP permits while serving or selling alcoholic beverages. Also, No MINORS are allowed in the bar service area when alcohol is present, nor are allowed to consume alcoholic beverages in accordance to law. Host is to ensure that all alcoholic beverages are to be consumed only inside the facility, and areas approved by Special Occasion Permit (SOP) with consent of management. If your event will have attendees under 19 years of age who will not have their parental supervision, no alcohol will be permitted at your event. Host also must ensure that their guests do not bring in their own alcoholic beverages, which are not contained within the SOP, as Host agrees to be liable for failure to prevent this. If illegal alcohol is discovered at your special occasion, the event will be brought to an abrupt end, and loss of all deposits will apply.

5. SERVICE - Please notify us concerning room set-up and equipment requirements at least two (2) weeks prior to your event. Please notify us in advance of your event, the exact number of people you expect to attend. The Management will in good faith provide all items and services agreed upon, but reserves the right to make substitution with a similar item or service for any item or service that is not readily available. Please be reminded this is a DIY (Do-it-yourself) arrangement. Therefore, there are no service attendants during events unless hired or provided otherwise by host. If management has to intervene to control an event, additional charges or loss of security deposit will apply.

6. SECURITY​ – If required, certified security personnel must be hired to secure the Host’s event at the expense of the Host. Management will make a referral provision in such case. Collection of said payment must be secured 2 weeks in advance. If it is determined during an event that the Host’s event is of  considerable liability risk, either Host’s security deposit will be forfeited, and applied to cover the costs of securing the event, or management reserves the right to bring the event to an abrupt end if it is  determined that appropriate security is unobtainable. If Host is unwilling to pay for security, management at its sound discretion will cancel the event, and loss of all deposits will apply.

6. MODIFICATIONS - This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Management and the Host. No oral modification thereof shall be valid or binding nor has any force or effect, only the terms within this agreement and invoiced receipts attached, shall be binding.