The skating establishment itself, with the entertainment that they provide is what we have all come to expect. The roller skating sessions are fun and the kids like it. Over priced food and drinks, are the norm.However, if you are considering doing any type of fundraiser for anything, reconsider. They do not let you verify how many people are coming in, and they will never give you credit for the correct amount of people. It will basically be your word against theirs, and surprise, they dont care. Think about how much goes into arranging a fundraiser. Your time, since it has to be planned for weeks to months in advance in order to gain enough participants. Your money, printing out flyers, making announcements, phone calls, social media ads. Everything you do, not to mention the volunteers that come to help, is for nothing. You will get shafted I guarantee. They have no checks in place, it is all in their court. It is plain out not worth it.***To respond to your message, yes things have changed. We used to be allowed to verify and account for our own people. That is very different from soliciting people in the parking lot. There is literally no way for us to verify that what you are paying us for is the correct amount. What organization would agree that that is a sound business practice? Concerning the free flyers, you have no idea how much time and money was spent on this event. If we had gotten credit for the kids and families that did show up, you would not be having this complaint. The long and short of it is, yes, we have been doing events at galaxy for many years. The past few events that we have done there have not been worth it due to the inability to have a proper count.