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 12pm - 4pm ET

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ABOUT THE EVENT

On June 28th from 12pm - 4pm ET, we will host the Data Science for Everyone Commitments Event to highlight the importance of increasing access and quality of data science in elementary and secondary schools. The event will also showcase high impact commitments. 

Join us to learn from keynote speakers, see more about the innovations coming out of the commitments process, hear announcements of opportunities and the next phase of Data Science for Everyone, and celebrate forthcoming commitment action. 
 

The event will include remarks from policymakers and doers in the data science space, showcase impactful commitments, and opportunities for partnership and networking. Following the live program, we will host a live happy hour through Zoom.

SPEAKERS

Eric Schmidt

Co-Founder, Schmidt Futures

Dr. Jo Boaler

Professor of Education at Stanford University & Co-founder of youcubed

Janet Coffey, Ph.D.

Program Director, Science, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Dr. Leigh Ann DeLyser

Co-Founder and Executive Director, CSforALL

Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee

Chancellor, DC Public Schools (DCPS)

Chad Dorsey

President and CEO, The Concord Consortium

Dr. Karina Montilla Edmonds

Senior Vice President and Head of Academies and University Alliances,  SAP

Kumar Garg 

Managing Director and Head of Partnerships, Schmidt Futures

Dr. John B. King, Jr. 

President and CEO, The Education Trust 

Katy Knight

 Executive Director and President, Siegel Family Endowment

Steve Levitt

Author, Freakonomics

Jessica Lyons

Senior Academic Program Manager; Tableau for Teaching
Salesforce/Tableau

Suyen Machado

Director, UCLA Data Science Education Project

Dr. Karen Marrongelle

Assistant Director,
Directorate for Education and Human Resources,
National Science Foundation

Julia Quinn

Deputy Director of Philanthropy, Citadel

Trena L. Wilkerson, Ph.D

President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

SPEAKERS

Eric Schmidt

Co-Founder, Schmidt Futures

Dr. Jo Boaler

Professor of Education at Stanford University & Co-founder of youcubed

Janet Coffey, Ph.D.

Program Director, Science, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

Dr. Leigh Ann DeLyser

Co-Founder and Executive Director, CSforALL

Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee

Chancellor, DC Public Schools (DCPS)

Chad Dorsey

President and CEO, The Concord Consortium

Dr. Karina Montilla Edmonds

Senior Vice President and Head of Academies and University Alliances,  SAP

Kumar Garg 

Managing Director and Head of Partnerships, Schmidt Futures

Dr. John B. King, Jr. 

President and CEO, The Education Trust 

Katy Knight

 Executive Director and President, Siegel Family Endowment

Steve Levitt

Author, Freakonomics

Jessica Lyons

Senior Academic Program Manager; Tableau for Teaching
Salesforce/Tableau

Suyen Machado

Director, UCLA Data Science Education Project

Dr. Karen Marrongelle

Assistant Director,
Directorate for Education and Human Resources,
National Science Foundation

Pamela Northam 

First Lady of Virginia 

Julia Quinn

Deputy Director of Philanthropy, Citadel

Trena L. Wilkerson, Ph.D

President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

AGENDA

Happy Hour


Look out for the link in your inbox! Bring a snack and drink, and get ready to mingle!





12:00 - 12:05pm

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Opening Keynote


First Lady of Virginia Pamela Northam





12:05 - 12:20pm

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12:20 - 12:30pm

Special Guest Remarks


From Eric Schmidt of Schmidt Futures





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2021 Season

Will you be offering Splash Passes this year?


We will begin selling season Splash Passes beginning Wednesday, June 9th. Due to imposed capacity limits, Splash Passes will only be valid once the state moves into phase 5. Splash Pass dates will be determined based on the date the state moves into phase 5.




How can I purchase a 2021 Splash Pass?


Splash Pass sales begin Wednesday, June 9th. Due to imposed capacity limits, Splash Passes will only be valid once the state moves into phase 5. Splash Pass dates will be determined based on the date the state moves into phase 5. You can purchase yours online here




I have a season pass from 2020, which is now rolled over to 2021. Can I register in advance?


Yes. Passholders can register in advance and the daily fee will be waived. Passholders are expected to attend all reservations or call to cancel at least 24 hours in advance. Excessive no-shows and cancellations may result in forfeiture of the passholder’s ability to reserve admission in advance.




Will there be lounge chairs available?


We plan to have lounge chairs available for use. Chairs are not reserved and are first come/first serve. Guests may also choose to sit in the grassy hill area.




What does limited features mean?


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, some features at Turtle Splash Water Park may be unavailable at times. Throughout the day, certain areas and attractions may be closed for cleaning, to reduce crowding, or due to limited staffing. We will make our best effort to keep attractions open when possible.




How will I know when certain features and attractions are closed?


We encourage you to check our rainoutline before your visit. We will update the rainoutline throughout the day to reflect any attractions that are temporarily closed or closed for the day. While we try to keep our rainout line as accurate as possible and updates posted in a timely manner, we appreciate your patience in understanding that updates may be made throughout the day and encourage you to check back frequently.




Will the concession stand be open this summer?


Rocco Vinos will be serving select menu items at Turtle Splash this summer. Per our policy, outside food is not allowed to be brought into the park. We recommend eating before you enter the park if you do not plan to order from the concession stand. Visitors will be expected to wear a face covering over their mouth and nose while ordering and while not seated at one of the tables in the concession area. As always, food must be kept inside the concessions area and cannot be brought past the gates onto the pool deck.




Can I bring my own lunch to eat?


Per our policy, outside food is not allowed in the park. We encourage guests to eat outside food before entering the park or visit our concession stand within the facility.

We will have a limited number of “Lunch” passes available for guests. “Lunch” passes are valid for 20 minutes and will give guests the option to exit the facility in order to eat food brought from home, then reenter the facility without having to pay the daily admission fee again. We have several picnic tables available outside the park that guests can use to eat lunch.




Will the locker rooms be available for use?


The locker rooms will be open for use. We recommend wearing your swimwear to the park and waiting to shower at home when possible, in order to reduce crowding in the locker room areas. Please note that the locker rooms may be closed for short periods of time throughout the day for cleaning.




Will you be offering swim lessons this summer at Turtle Splash Water Park?


We are offering group, semi private, and private swim lessons this summer. Please see our swim lessons page for more information.




Can I book a birthday party or rental at Turtle Splash this year?


We are offering group rental space during operating hours and private rentals after operating hours. We will not have birthday party packages available this year however you may rent the canopy party area, the splash pad, or Toucan’s Hideaway in addition to group admission to Turtle Splash. You may order food in advance through Rocco Vinos for your group or party.




Will there be timeslots this summer? Or can I swim the whole day?


Admission is granted for the entire length of our operations hours. Upon leaving you may get a stamp on your hand if you plan to return later in the day, however we cannot guarantee re-entry in the event the park has reached max capacity.









Booking A Party

How do I book a birthday party?


This year we are offering group admission rates and the ability to rent space within the facility. To qualify for group admission a group must be at least 20 people. Pain admission is required for anyone entering the facility except for children 2 and under. Admission is valid for the entire day that the park is open.




What is the group admission rate?


To qualify for group admission, your group must consist of at least 20 paid guests. Group rate is based on the residency of the person booking and paying for the party. The resident group rate is $9 per guest and the non-resident group rate is $11 per guest.




Can I reserve space for my birthday party?


Yes, you can reserve private access for your party to the canopy area, Toucan’s Hideaway, and/or the splash pad in addition to your group admission. All reservations are scheduled in 2-hour increments. The canopy area can be reserved for $50 with your group admission. Toucan’s Hideaway can be reserved for $75, and the splash pad can be reserved for $50.




How can I check availability?


To check on availability, please call the ARC Center at 630.231.9474 or Turtle Splash Water Park at 630.293.6320.




What is required to reserve my party?


Parties must be reserved at least one week in advance and paid in full at the time of booking. All payments must be processed in person at the ARC Center, located at 201 W. National St. in West Chicago or at Turtle Splash, located at 129 W. National St in West Chicago. Fill out the party request form listed on this page and turn it in when reserving your party.




Can I change the date/ cancel my party once it is reserved?


Any changes or cancelations must be made at least one week prior to your scheduled party in order to receive a refund in full. No date changes or cancellations may be made after this deadline. Any date changes or cancelations within this window must be approved of by Lana lpurves@we-goparks.org .




How do you keep track of my party’s headcount?


Wristbands are set aside for your party based on how many admissions you included in your reservation. Any guest stating they are here for your party will receive a wristband.




Do I still need to pay for guests even if they are not swimming?


Yes. Anyone who is entering the facility and staying for your party is considered a guest. Children under 2 are always free.




Can parents enter the facility if they are just dropping off their children?


Yes. Please have parents ask the Admissions Office for a ‘5 minute Party Drop-Off’ lanyard.




Are there a required number of chaperones needed for the party?


Turtle Splash does not have a set number of chaperones per party. However, an adult chaperone must be within arm’s reach of any non-swimmer while in the water.

Please keep in mind that our lifeguards are on duty to enforce rules and to respond in case of emergency. It is the adult’s responsible to supervise children at all times.




Do I have to pay for adults if they are attending my child’s party?


If a guest states they are here for your child’s party, they will be given a wristband and will be included in your headcount. If you wish to NOT have parents included in your headcount, please make this known to parents ahead of time so they can pay their admission as opposed to being included in your headcount.




What if some of my guests are Splash Pass Holders? Do I include them in the headcount?


If some of your guests are Splash Pass Holders, simply have them swipe in for the day using their Splash Pass. By doing this, they will not be considered in your guest count, but can still attend your party. Any guest saying they are with the birthday party at the time of admission will be given a wrist band & will be considered in your headcount.




What if more participants (beyond my final headcount) end up attending my party?


Any additional guest added on the day of your party must pay the daily admission fee upon entry.




What if I paid for additional guests & they don’t show up? Will I receive a refund?


Yes. The admission attendant will keep track of how many wristbands are left from your party and refund you accordingly.




Can I bring my own food to my party?


No. All birthday parties must follow Turtle Splash’s general rules. Turtle Splash does not allow any outside food in the facility.




If I want to provide my own food, what are my options? (Example: I want to bring a cake)


You may bring a cake or cupcakes to celebrate, however any other food or drink will be considered outside food and will not be allowed. You are welcome to look into renting a pavilion in Reed Keppler Park. Pavilion rentals are allowed to provide their own food. When entering Turtle Splash, outside food must be kept at the pavilion. For more information on pavilion rentals, please contact the ARC Center at (630) 231-9474.




What are my options if I need to bring my own food (example: allergies)?


You are welcome to consume any food outside of the facility. There are a few tables right outside of Turtle Splash’s gates however, those cannot be reserved.
An alternate option is to rent a pavilion in Reed Keppler Park in addition to booking a group rental reservation




How do I place an order through Rocco Vinos?


You can email your order to lpurves@we-goparks.org at least 3 days before your party to place an order. You will need to process payment with Rocco Vinos at the concession stand at the time of receiving your order. Rocco Vino’s menu can be found here




Can I order food from RV Concession’s for my party?


Yes. Any food ordering with the concession stand will have to be done though RV Concession’s directly any must be food listed on their posted menu at Turtle Splash.




Can I bring goodie bags for my guests?


Goodie bags are allowed in the facility as long as they don’t contain food/ candy. Goodie bags that contain food/candy can be left in the admissions office for guests to grab as they leave for the day.




If there is no party reserved after mine, can we stay in the party area?


This must be confirmed the day of your party with your party attendant. If allowed to stay in the area, all food and drinks must out of the area by the end of your party timeslot in order to adequately clean the area.





Day of My Party

How early can I come to set up for my party?


You are welcome to come anytime within Turtle Splash’s operational hours to enjoy the facility. There is a 15 minute gap in between parties for clean-up/set-up. Parents are allowed to set-up 15 minutes prior to the start of their party. Please be aware that if coming early, the birthday party area will not be ready to go until your allotted timeslot.




How early can my guests and I arrive for our party?


The designated birthday party area is reserved for your party during your allotted timeslots. Guests are welcome to enjoy Turtle Splash for the entire day, even if they come early or stay after your party timeslot!




If there is no party reserved after mine, can we stay in the party area?


This must be confirmed the day of your party with your party attendant. If allowed to stay in the area, all food and drinks must out of the area by the end of your party timeslot in order to adequately clean the area.









Decorations & Party Area

Can I bring my own decorations?


Yes, you are welcome to bring balloons and tablecloths into the facility.




How many people does the party area accommodate?


The party area includes 4 tables, which seat approximately 30 people.




Is the Birthday Party Area shaded?


Yes. The reserved party area is under a canopy.




If I reserve Toucan’s Hideaway or the Splash Pad, will we have private access?


Yes, during your rental of Toucan’s Hideaway or the Splash Pad, the area will be closed to the public and available to only your guests.





Weather Related Questions

What if there is forecasted bad weather the day of my party?


All parties have the option of rescheduling the date of their party as long as you give at least one week’s notice.




What if Turtle Splash is closed the day of my party?


If Turtle Splash is closed the day of your party, you will have the option of rescheduling your party or get refunded in full. If there is questionable weather, and there is a chance of Turtle Splash closing, a staff member will contact you the morning of your party.

Please note, if Turtle Splash is open, your party will still take place. You do not have the option to cancel your party the day of (one weeks’ notice must be given for any cancelation).




What if it storms during my party?


If Turtle Splash closes during your party, staff will assist your party in exiting the facility. If Turtle Splash remains closed for the rest of your party, you will have the option to reschedule your party for another date.





12:30pm - 1:20pm

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1:20pm - 1:37pm

Break
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1:38pm - 1:45pm

Commitments Showcase

Happy Hour


Look out for the link in your inbox! Bring a snack and drink, and get ready to mingle!





1:45- 1:55pm

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1:55pm - 2:40pm

Panel: Innovations & Lessons Learned in Data Science Education


There’s more happening in data science than you think. Advocates and other players have been pushing policy and programmatic changes forward for over a decade, and more are stepping up to solve the biggest challenges facing data science education. Join us to hear from experts in the field of K-12 education, curriculum development and learning on how we can help drive this progress forward into the next decade. Panelists: Chad Dorsey, President and CEO, The Concord Consortium (Moderator) Dr. Jo Boaler, Professor of Education at Stanford University & Co-founder of youcubed Janet Coffey, Ph.D., Program Director, Science, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Dr. Lewis D. Ferebee, Chancellor, DC Public Schools (DCPS) Suyen Machado, UCLA, LAUSD, IDS Curriculum.





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2:40pm - 2:55pm

Break
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2:55pm - 3:00pm

Commitments Showcase

Fireside Chat


Dr. Karen Marronngelle, National Science Foundation, & John B. King Jr., The Education Trust





3:00pm - 3:25pm

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3:25pm - 3:40pm

2021 Season

Will you be offering Splash Passes this year?


We will begin selling season Splash Passes beginning Wednesday, June 9th. Due to imposed capacity limits, Splash Passes will only be valid once the state moves into phase 5. Splash Pass dates will be determined based on the date the state moves into phase 5.




How can I purchase a 2021 Splash Pass?


Splash Pass sales begin Wednesday, June 9th. Due to imposed capacity limits, Splash Passes will only be valid once the state moves into phase 5. Splash Pass dates will be determined based on the date the state moves into phase 5. You can purchase yours online here




I have a season pass from 2020, which is now rolled over to 2021. Can I register in advance?


Yes. Passholders can register in advance and the daily fee will be waived. Passholders are expected to attend all reservations or call to cancel at least 24 hours in advance. Excessive no-shows and cancellations may result in forfeiture of the passholder’s ability to reserve admission in advance.




Will there be lounge chairs available?


We plan to have lounge chairs available for use. Chairs are not reserved and are first come/first serve. Guests may also choose to sit in the grassy hill area.




What does limited features mean?


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, some features at Turtle Splash Water Park may be unavailable at times. Throughout the day, certain areas and attractions may be closed for cleaning, to reduce crowding, or due to limited staffing. We will make our best effort to keep attractions open when possible.




How will I know when certain features and attractions are closed?


We encourage you to check our rainoutline before your visit. We will update the rainoutline throughout the day to reflect any attractions that are temporarily closed or closed for the day. While we try to keep our rainout line as accurate as possible and updates posted in a timely manner, we appreciate your patience in understanding that updates may be made throughout the day and encourage you to check back frequently.




Will the concession stand be open this summer?


Rocco Vinos will be serving select menu items at Turtle Splash this summer. Per our policy, outside food is not allowed to be brought into the park. We recommend eating before you enter the park if you do not plan to order from the concession stand. Visitors will be expected to wear a face covering over their mouth and nose while ordering and while not seated at one of the tables in the concession area. As always, food must be kept inside the concessions area and cannot be brought past the gates onto the pool deck.




Can I bring my own lunch to eat?


Per our policy, outside food is not allowed in the park. We encourage guests to eat outside food before entering the park or visit our concession stand within the facility.

We will have a limited number of “Lunch” passes available for guests. “Lunch” passes are valid for 20 minutes and will give guests the option to exit the facility in order to eat food brought from home, then reenter the facility without having to pay the daily admission fee again. We have several picnic tables available outside the park that guests can use to eat lunch.




Will the locker rooms be available for use?


The locker rooms will be open for use. We recommend wearing your swimwear to the park and waiting to shower at home when possible, in order to reduce crowding in the locker room areas. Please note that the locker rooms may be closed for short periods of time throughout the day for cleaning.




Will you be offering swim lessons this summer at Turtle Splash Water Park?


We are offering group, semi private, and private swim lessons this summer. Please see our swim lessons page for more information.




Can I book a birthday party or rental at Turtle Splash this year?


We are offering group rental space during operating hours and private rentals after operating hours. We will not have birthday party packages available this year however you may rent the canopy party area, the splash pad, or Toucan’s Hideaway in addition to group admission to Turtle Splash. You may order food in advance through Rocco Vinos for your group or party.




Will there be timeslots this summer? Or can I swim the whole day?


Admission is granted for the entire length of our operations hours. Upon leaving you may get a stamp on your hand if you plan to return later in the day, however we cannot guarantee re-entry in the event the park has reached max capacity.









Booking A Party

How do I book a birthday party?


This year we are offering group admission rates and the ability to rent space within the facility. To qualify for group admission a group must be at least 20 people. Pain admission is required for anyone entering the facility except for children 2 and under. Admission is valid for the entire day that the park is open.




What is the group admission rate?


To qualify for group admission, your group must consist of at least 20 paid guests. Group rate is based on the residency of the person booking and paying for the party. The resident group rate is $9 per guest and the non-resident group rate is $11 per guest.




Can I reserve space for my birthday party?


Yes, you can reserve private access for your party to the canopy area, Toucan’s Hideaway, and/or the splash pad in addition to your group admission. All reservations are scheduled in 2-hour increments. The canopy area can be reserved for $50 with your group admission. Toucan’s Hideaway can be reserved for $75, and the splash pad can be reserved for $50.




How can I check availability?


To check on availability, please call the ARC Center at 630.231.9474 or Turtle Splash Water Park at 630.293.6320.




What is required to reserve my party?


Parties must be reserved at least one week in advance and paid in full at the time of booking. All payments must be processed in person at the ARC Center, located at 201 W. National St. in West Chicago or at Turtle Splash, located at 129 W. National St in West Chicago. Fill out the party request form listed on this page and turn it in when reserving your party.




Can I change the date/ cancel my party once it is reserved?


Any changes or cancelations must be made at least one week prior to your scheduled party in order to receive a refund in full. No date changes or cancellations may be made after this deadline. Any date changes or cancelations within this window must be approved of by Lana lpurves@we-goparks.org .




How do you keep track of my party’s headcount?


Wristbands are set aside for your party based on how many admissions you included in your reservation. Any guest stating they are here for your party will receive a wristband.




Do I still need to pay for guests even if they are not swimming?


Yes. Anyone who is entering the facility and staying for your party is considered a guest. Children under 2 are always free.




Can parents enter the facility if they are just dropping off their children?


Yes. Please have parents ask the Admissions Office for a ‘5 minute Party Drop-Off’ lanyard.




Are there a required number of chaperones needed for the party?


Turtle Splash does not have a set number of chaperones per party. However, an adult chaperone must be within arm’s reach of any non-swimmer while in the water.

Please keep in mind that our lifeguards are on duty to enforce rules and to respond in case of emergency. It is the adult’s responsible to supervise children at all times.




Do I have to pay for adults if they are attending my child’s party?


If a guest states they are here for your child’s party, they will be given a wristband and will be included in your headcount. If you wish to NOT have parents included in your headcount, please make this known to parents ahead of time so they can pay their admission as opposed to being included in your headcount.




What if some of my guests are Splash Pass Holders? Do I include them in the headcount?


If some of your guests are Splash Pass Holders, simply have them swipe in for the day using their Splash Pass. By doing this, they will not be considered in your guest count, but can still attend your party. Any guest saying they are with the birthday party at the time of admission will be given a wrist band & will be considered in your headcount.




What if more participants (beyond my final headcount) end up attending my party?


Any additional guest added on the day of your party must pay the daily admission fee upon entry.




What if I paid for additional guests & they don’t show up? Will I receive a refund?


Yes. The admission attendant will keep track of how many wristbands are left from your party and refund you accordingly.




Can I bring my own food to my party?


No. All birthday parties must follow Turtle Splash’s general rules. Turtle Splash does not allow any outside food in the facility.




If I want to provide my own food, what are my options? (Example: I want to bring a cake)


You may bring a cake or cupcakes to celebrate, however any other food or drink will be considered outside food and will not be allowed. You are welcome to look into renting a pavilion in Reed Keppler Park. Pavilion rentals are allowed to provide their own food. When entering Turtle Splash, outside food must be kept at the pavilion. For more information on pavilion rentals, please contact the ARC Center at (630) 231-9474.




What are my options if I need to bring my own food (example: allergies)?


You are welcome to consume any food outside of the facility. There are a few tables right outside of Turtle Splash’s gates however, those cannot be reserved.
An alternate option is to rent a pavilion in Reed Keppler Park in addition to booking a group rental reservation




How do I place an order through Rocco Vinos?


You can email your order to lpurves@we-goparks.org at least 3 days before your party to place an order. You will need to process payment with Rocco Vinos at the concession stand at the time of receiving your order. Rocco Vino’s menu can be found here




Can I order food from RV Concession’s for my party?


Yes. Any food ordering with the concession stand will have to be done though RV Concession’s directly any must be food listed on their posted menu at Turtle Splash.




Can I bring goodie bags for my guests?


Goodie bags are allowed in the facility as long as they don’t contain food/ candy. Goodie bags that contain food/candy can be left in the admissions office for guests to grab as they leave for the day.




If there is no party reserved after mine, can we stay in the party area?


This must be confirmed the day of your party with your party attendant. If allowed to stay in the area, all food and drinks must out of the area by the end of your party timeslot in order to adequately clean the area.





Day of My Party

How early can I come to set up for my party?


You are welcome to come anytime within Turtle Splash’s operational hours to enjoy the facility. There is a 15 minute gap in between parties for clean-up/set-up. Parents are allowed to set-up 15 minutes prior to the start of their party. Please be aware that if coming early, the birthday party area will not be ready to go until your allotted timeslot.




How early can my guests and I arrive for our party?


The designated birthday party area is reserved for your party during your allotted timeslots. Guests are welcome to enjoy Turtle Splash for the entire day, even if they come early or stay after your party timeslot!




If there is no party reserved after mine, can we stay in the party area?


This must be confirmed the day of your party with your party attendant. If allowed to stay in the area, all food and drinks must out of the area by the end of your party timeslot in order to adequately clean the area.









Decorations & Party Area

Can I bring my own decorations?


Yes, you are welcome to bring balloons and tablecloths into the facility.




How many people does the party area accommodate?


The party area includes 4 tables, which seat approximately 30 people.




Is the Birthday Party Area shaded?


Yes. The reserved party area is under a canopy.




If I reserve Toucan’s Hideaway or the Splash Pad, will we have private access?


Yes, during your rental of Toucan’s Hideaway or the Splash Pad, the area will be closed to the public and available to only your guests.





Weather Related Questions

What if there is forecasted bad weather the day of my party?


All parties have the option of rescheduling the date of their party as long as you give at least one week’s notice.




What if Turtle Splash is closed the day of my party?


If Turtle Splash is closed the day of your party, you will have the option of rescheduling your party or get refunded in full. If there is questionable weather, and there is a chance of Turtle Splash closing, a staff member will contact you the morning of your party.

Please note, if Turtle Splash is open, your party will still take place. You do not have the option to cancel your party the day of (one weeks’ notice must be given for any cancelation).




What if it storms during my party?


If Turtle Splash closes during your party, staff will assist your party in exiting the facility. If Turtle Splash remains closed for the rest of your party, you will have the option to reschedule your party for another date.





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3:40pm - 3:45pm

Commitments Showcase
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3:45pm - 3:55pm

Closing Remarks


Kumar Garg, Schmidt Futures & Julia Quinn, Citadel





Closing Remarks


Kumar Garg, Schmidt Futures & Julia Quinn, Citadel





3:55pm - 4:00pm

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Happy Hour


Look out for the link in your inbox! Bring a snack and drink, and get ready to mingle!





4:00pm - 5:00pm

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