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Parties are 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. 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

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2005

2006

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2006

2007

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2007

2008

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2008

2009

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2009

2010

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2010

2011

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2011

2012

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2012

2013

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2013

2014

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2014

2015

Main article: List of Parties and Events in 2015

Current Party

  • None

Main article: Sponsored Parties

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".

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.

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.
  • The Club Penguin Team changed the name "Fall Fair" to "The Fair" in 2009 due to the fact that many Penguins living in the Southern Hemisphere were having their spring at that time.
  • The Club Penguin Team changed the name "Christmas Party" to "Holiday Party" in 2009 due to many penguins having different religions and not celebrating Christmas.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • The 6th Anniversary Party was the first party to have another party occurring at the same time, which was the Halloween Party 2011.
  • It takes on average about 3 months to go from an idea to a full-fledged party.
  • The first full party ever to take place on the mobile app was the Frozen Party, in August 2014.[1]

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