Lolo's Play-Place Policies
1. Children must be supervised by an adult or caretaker at all times.  Lolo's Play-Place is not responsible for the supervision of children at anytime. If you leave the premises, you MUST take your child with you.

2. Parents must read, review and sign a WAIVER before entering the play area.  Lolo's Play-Place is not liable for property damage or personal injuries arising from participation in our play area.

3. Children and their adults must wear CLEAN socks in the play area.  No bare feet or shoes are allowed.  If you forget your socks, we sell them for $1.50

4. We strive to keep Lolo's Play-Place a clean and healthy environment for all children.  If your child exhibits any of the following symptoms, please keep your child at home and return once they are feeling better.  
              
              -fever over 100 degrees.  Children should be fever free without any medication for at least 24 hours. 
              -rashes
              -vomiting and/or diarrhea
              -pink eye
              -lice and/or nits
              -severe coughing
              -blisters on hands, feet or mouth.  
              

5. You may bring outside food and drinks into our play center.  No peanut products allowed in play center.  Drinks with a lid are allowed in the play area, however food must be enjoyed at our designated eating area.  

​6. Sanitize hands before entering the play area.  

7. Running and rough play are not permitted.  Children who hurt others or cause property damage will be asked to leave with their guardians. 

8. If your child puts a toy in their mouth, please place it in our sanitation bucket immediately. 

9. Unscheduled birthday parties are NOT allowed during open play.  If you would like to celebrate your child's birthday, please click on the link for more information.   Parties  

10. Pants must be worn over diapers to avoid leaks.  Please, no exposed diapers.

11. No outside toys are permitted inside Lolo's Play-Place.

​ *These rules are in place to ensure the health and safety of all children.  Failure to follow the rules may result in loss of play privileges.