The Park really heats up in the Autumn, with celebrations, migrations, and hibernation preparation. Mark your calendars! Here’s a taste of what’s in store for October 2018.
All good things must come to an end. And so it is with TURACO, the third and final play in Gianfranco Colocolo’s mystery series starring Millicent Hayberry. Get your tickets while you can! This one might never come your way again. Last performance October 1.
Yes, folks, it’s that time of year again! Time to screen some great films by Park Animals. PIFFPockets and Noon Nuttiness films are back, as are the parties, the after-parties, and the after-after parties! Not to mention the inevitable claw-biting before the awarding of the Golden Cougar. This year, the festival has paired with celebrity chef Tab Tricolore to bring you “PIFF Experience Packages,” too, so you can pair the great food at his restaurants with the PIFF 2018 films!
Park Harvest Festival
Let’s celebrate! Our cultivators and growers have been working hard since the Spring, and now they share their bounty with us! With loads of great food to eat and lots of music and entertainment for all ages, it’s bound to be a memorable celebration.
Annual Snowbird Farewell
It’s always bittersweet to say goodbye to our migrating friends and wish them well on their journey. But let’s enjoy this one last party before takeoff! See you in the Spring, migrators!
Annual Account of the State of The Park
It all comes down to this: how are we getting along? Economically? Socially? What is the state of interspecial harmony? Are we there yet? We’ll know for sure on October 27
On the docket:
One of the most anticipated trials in Park history: Coalition Against Sortition in The Park (CASP) et al. v the Archons et al. before Mr. Justice Augustus Dindon, Park Superior Court. The issue at hand: the line item in the 2019 Budget that allocates funds for “Government Affairs,” which includes compensation for Archons. CASP argues that neither the Archons nor the Park Finance Office have the right to include Archon compensation in the annual budget “because they have not been selected to do so.” Sortition will face the fight of its life and The Mammalian Daily’s Justice and Legal Affairs Reporter, Viona Adelaar, will be there to report on every word spoken. October 28
POPS go the candidates:
This month, candidates will begin to pop up to vie for one of The Park’s few elected positions—Park Official Prognosticator of Spring. It’s your chance to prove you’re “fit to predict,” so go for it. November 5 is the last day to have your name officially entered as a candidate. Remember: Groundhog Day is only four months away!