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What’s Next For Furnal Equinox 2021

As we inch closer and closer to our favorite month of March, we still have no firm promises of a vaccine, and many uncertainties as to when the COVID-19 pandemic will notably improve. We have had a lot to consider in regards to whether we can hold an in-person...

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Furnal Equinox Open Forum Summary

Thank you to those of you who were able to attend our Open Forum! We hope you got some answers to your questions, and have a better understand of where we are and where we're going. You can watch the Open Forum again here,...

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State of the Convention

It feels as if every day of 2020 so far has brought us something new, for better or worse. As we, and subsequently many other events have cancelled in the wake of COVID-19 and the situation with the pandemic, we’ve seen the furry community come together in many ways—online events have served as a temporary stand-in for in-person conventions, and they continue to do so while improving those online experiences with each new event.

The storm still rages, and it is in this storm that we start to look forward to our next planned event: Furnal Equinox 2021.

Normally, this would be a time to tell you all “it begins” once again — first the hotel opening, then next thing you know, panels, DJs, and soon after, yet another awesome convention. However, with the current worldwide situation and a tumultuous road ahead of us, we’ve had to make necessary changes to the norms we’re all used to.

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#BlackLivesMatter

A Letter From Furnal Equinox Leadership To us, the furry fandom has always been a place where people have sought out inclusion and equality. We were built from a collection of people coming together under a common banner, and we made efforts to recognize diversity and...

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Cancellation: Next Steps

With our cancellation announcement last week, it’s been a rollercoaster of emotions in our community as we continue to monitor and react to the rapidly-escalating situation in Canada and around the world. However, we’ve also seen how our community can get through...

read more

What’s Next For Furnal Equinox 2021

As we inch closer and closer to our favorite month of March, we still have no firm promises of a vaccine, and many uncertainties as to when the COVID-19 pandemic will notably improve. We have had a lot to consider in regards to whether we can hold an in-person...

read more

Furnal Equinox Open Forum Summary

Thank you to those of you who were able to attend our Open Forum! We hope you got some answers to your questions, and have a better understand of where we are and where we're going. You can watch the Open Forum again here,...

read more

State of the Convention

It feels as if every day of 2020 so far has brought us something new, for better or worse. As we, and subsequently many other events have cancelled in the wake of COVID-19 and the situation with the pandemic, we’ve seen the furry community come together in many ways—online events have served as a temporary stand-in for in-person conventions, and they continue to do so while improving those online experiences with each new event.

The storm still rages, and it is in this storm that we start to look forward to our next planned event: Furnal Equinox 2021.

Normally, this would be a time to tell you all “it begins” once again — first the hotel opening, then next thing you know, panels, DJs, and soon after, yet another awesome convention. However, with the current worldwide situation and a tumultuous road ahead of us, we’ve had to make necessary changes to the norms we’re all used to.

read more

#BlackLivesMatter

A Letter From Furnal Equinox Leadership To us, the furry fandom has always been a place where people have sought out inclusion and equality. We were built from a collection of people coming together under a common banner, and we made efforts to recognize diversity and...

read more

Cancellation: Next Steps

With our cancellation announcement last week, it’s been a rollercoaster of emotions in our community as we continue to monitor and react to the rapidly-escalating situation in Canada and around the world. However, we’ve also seen how our community can get through...

read more