What is the cancellation policy for classes and activities?
The Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department reserves the right to cancel, combine, or divide classes, or to change the time, date or location of classes, or make other revisions wwhich may be necessary.

If a class is cancelled due to insufficient registrants, participants are given the opportunity to transfer to another class of equal value or recieve a full refund.

If a registrant requests a refund from an activity that has not been cancelled by the Department, the class fee may be transferred to a credit for another class or activity. If the participant requests a cash refund instead of a credit, a $5.00 per person per activity fee will be deducted from the full refund.

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1. What type of classes do you offer?
2. How do I register for a class?
3. Do you offer any scholarships?
4. What is the cancellation policy for classes and activities?
5. Do you prorate your fees?
6. How do I know where my class will be held?
7. Should I bring my own supplies to classes, or are supplies provided?
8. Do you offer childcare for the children adults who are registered for classes at the ARCC?
9. My child is registered for two classes, but one class begins much later than the first one ends. Is there a place for him/her to wait until the next class?
10. Is there an area to get snacks if my child will be at the ARCC for an extended period of time?
11. Do you offer classes for special groups?
12. Who are your instructors, and how are they selected?
13. How may I become an instructor at the ARCC?