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'''Parties''' were [[Club Penguin Island (location)|island]]-wide events that happened every month or so on ''[[Club Penguin]]''. Every party celebrated something different with a specific theme, i.e. pirates, sports, etc., or even a celebration of a holiday. During parties, a large portion of the island was usually decorated, rooms had special party music, and [[Free Items|free items]] and special quests were common. [[Mascots]] could also be met during some of the parties, and parties occasionally had special [[stamps]] for completing activities during them.
'''Parties''' are [[Club Penguin Island|Island]]-wide events that happen every month or so on ''[[Club Penguin]]'', planned by the [[Party Committee]], usually in celebration of something. Parties notably change the appearance of [[Club Penguin]], such as a building's exterior and interior being changed with decorations and different [[Music|music]]. If you visit all of the decorated party rooms, you would get the [[Explorer Stamp]].
 
 
Some "Parties", such as [[Coins for Change]], or the [[Fashion Show]]
 
are classed as [[events]]
 
instead as they are smaller parties.
 
   
==2005==
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In Club Penguin's first few years, parties usually lasted 3 to 10 days. This gave players enough time to experience the party, and also gave them a relax time in normal Club Penguin while they waited for the next party. Beginning in 2011, some parties would last as long as 14 to 20 days, giving less down time between each party. Eventually, by 2016, each party would last over a month, and as soon as one ended, the next would begin.
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Parties were replaced with [[Events (CPI)|Events]] on [[Club Penguin Island]].
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==Parties by years==
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===2005===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2005}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2005}}
==2006==
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===2006===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2006}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2006}}
==2007==
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===2007===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2007}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2007}}
==2008==
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===2008===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2008}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2008}}
==2009==
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===2009===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2009}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2009}}
==2010==
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===2010===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2010}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2010}}
==2011==
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===2011===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2011}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2011}}
==2012==
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===2012===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2012}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2012}}
==2013==
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===2013===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2013}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2013}}
==2014==
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===2014===
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2014}}
 
{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2014}}
==Current Party==
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===2015===
*None
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{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2015}}
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===2016===
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{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2016}}
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===2017===
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{{Main|List of Parties and Events in 2017}}
   
==Sponsored Parties==
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==Party Rooms==
{{Main|Sponsored Parties}}
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{{Main|Party Rooms}}
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In addition to the ordinary decorated rooms in parties, some parties had extra rooms, which were made specifically for the currently-held party. Party rooms were largely used in parties with mazes in them, such as Medieval Parties with [[Ye Knight's Quests]], or the [[Great Snow Race]] and [[Cave Maze]].
   
There have been ten sponsored parties in [[Club Penguin]], promoting other [[Walt Disney]] (in most cases) brands. Club Penguin created their first sponsored party in June 2012. Most sponsored parties have the suffix "takeover".
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==Events==
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"Events" were another category of parties. Events, similar to parties, focused on a specific topic, yet were very small scale- sometimes even occurring during a larger party. Among the events were [[Coins for Change]], [[Anniversary Parties]] (except 2015's), and [[New Year's Days]].
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==Sponsored Parties==
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{{Main|Sponsored Parties and Events}}
   
Many penguins have protested against Disney and thinks Disney ruined [[Club Penguin]] for creating these parties, although some enjoy them. Players believe ''Club Penguin'' partnered with these companies to increase revenue and ultimately try to draw in more players.
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There were 17 sponsored parties in [[Club Penguin]], promoting other [[Walt Disney]] (in most cases) brands. Club Penguin created their first sponsored party in June 2012. Some sponsored parties had the suffix "takeover".
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The [[Summer Party]] did not return in 2008 and subsequent years due to the fact that when it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere, it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere.
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*The [[Club Penguin Team]] changed the name "[[Fall Fair]]" to "The Fair" in 2009 due to the fact that players living in the Southern Hemisphere were having their spring at that time.
*The [[Club Penguin Team]] changed the name "[[Fall Fair]]" to "The Fair" in 2009 due to the fact that many [[Penguin]]s living in the Southern Hemisphere were having their spring at that time.
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*The [[Club Penguin Team]] changed the name "[[Christmas Party]]" to "Holiday Party" in 2009 due to many players having different religions, and not celebrating Christmas.
*The [[Club Penguin Team]] changed the name "[[Christmas Party]]" to "Holiday Party" in 2009 due to many [[penguin]]s having different religions and not celebrating Christmas.
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*[[Penguin Style]] sometimes gave out hints on what was happening later in the month. For example, if the [[Penguin Play Awards]] were approaching, most catalog items would be tuxedos and dresses.
*[[Penguin Style]] sometimes gives out hints on what's happening later in the month. For example, if the [[Penguin Play Awards]] are approaching, most catalog items are tuxedos and dresses.
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*The [[6th Anniversary Party]] and [[Halloween Party 2011]] were the first two parties to occur simultaneously.
*The [[Penguin Play Awards]] were held in March of 2009 and 2010. It did not return in 2011, but Series 13 of the [[Treasure Book]] had many clothing items based on the Penguin Play Awards.
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*It took on average about 3 months to go from an idea to a full-fledged party.
*The [[6th Anniversary Party]] was the first party to have another party occurring at the same time, which was the [[Halloween Party 2011]].
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*It was once mentioned in the [[Club Penguin Times]] that an organization known as the Party Committee was responsible for arranging parties.
*It takes on average about 3 months to go from an idea to a full-fledged party.
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*The first full party ever to take place on the [[Club Penguin App]] was the [[Frozen Party]], in August 2014.
*The first full party ever to take place on the [[Club Penguin (app)|mobile app]] was the [[Frozen Party]], in August 2014.<ref>http://www.clubpenguin.com/blog/2014/08/parties-coming-club-penguin-ios</ref>
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**However, the [[Puffle Party 2014]] was also on the app, but only the [[Plaza]] was decorated.
**However, the [[Puffle Party 2014]] was also on the app, but only [[The Plaza]] was decorated.
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*[[Operation: Crustacean]] was the longest party, lasting 78 days.
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*Parties from the original [[Club Penguin]] game were replaced by [[Events (CPI)|"Events"]] in [[Club Penguin Island]].
   
==Sources and References==
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==See also==
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*[[Party Rooms]]
   
{{Reflist}}
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{{Party}}
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Latest revision as of 06:36, October 30, 2018

Parties were island-wide events that happened every month or so on Club Penguin. Every party celebrated something different with a specific theme, i.e. pirates, sports, etc., or even a celebration of a holiday. During parties, a large portion of the island was usually decorated, rooms had special party music, and free items and special quests were common. Mascots could also be met during some of the parties, and parties occasionally had special stamps for completing activities during them.

In Club Penguin's first few years, parties usually lasted 3 to 10 days. This gave players enough time to experience the party, and also gave them a relax time in normal Club Penguin while they waited for the next party. Beginning in 2011, some parties would last as long as 14 to 20 days, giving less down time between each party. Eventually, by 2016, each party would last over a month, and as soon as one ended, the next would begin.

Parties were replaced with Events on Club Penguin Island.

Parties by yearsEdit

2005Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2005

2006Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2006

2007Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2007

2008Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2008

2009Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2009

2010Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2010

2011Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2011

2012Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2012

2013Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2013

2014Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2014

2015Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2015

2016Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2016

2017Edit

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2017

Party RoomsEdit

Main article: Party Rooms

In addition to the ordinary decorated rooms in parties, some parties had extra rooms, which were made specifically for the currently-held party. Party rooms were largely used in parties with mazes in them, such as Medieval Parties with Ye Knight's Quests, or the Great Snow Race and Cave Maze.

EventsEdit

"Events" were another category of parties. Events, similar to parties, focused on a specific topic, yet were very small scale- sometimes even occurring during a larger party. Among the events were Coins for Change, Anniversary Parties (except 2015's), and New Year's Days.

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Main article: Sponsored Parties and Events

There were 17 sponsored parties in Club Penguin, promoting other Walt Disney (in most cases) brands. Club Penguin created their first sponsored party in June 2012. Some sponsored parties had the suffix "takeover".

TriviaEdit

See alsoEdit

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