At a press conference held this morning, Aintza Kanariar, Director of Public Relations for the department, announced plans for what some commentators have dubbed the “most musical” Groundhog Day celebrations ever.
“Those who attend the celebrations annually will note one particular change in this year’s festival. We are very proud to announce the addition of a musical interlude between the Archons’ address and the Groundhog Day Parade,” she said.
Kanariar also hinted that this year’s parade would be noticeably different, but refused to elaborate any further.
As well, the public relations director confirmed that for the first time, the events would be covered live on Twitter by Mammalian Daily reporters.
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