The MNFurs West Metro Meet happens on the 2nd and 5th Saturdays of every month at Perkins Family Restaurant of Hopkins.
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About Minnesota Furs
Minnesota Furs is dedicated to building a safe community and providing educational opportunities for furs everywhere, but focused centrally in Minnesota. This includes providing regular meetings for members and supporting parties to gather together, educational experiences covering a variety of topics, volunteer chances to help support interests that are in line with the interests of many furs, and a chance to help show the positive and unique aspects of furry culture.
Social gatherings include events like furry bowling, fursuit romps, bi-weekly meetups at a few different locations, twice yearly picnics in the spring and fall, and several other community-led events. Educational endeavors have been expanding to include a new scholarship program, plans for a mentorship program, regular panels and discussions about a variety of skills both useful to general furs and about ways to express the unique talent and abilities of furs. Volunteering is also a huge part of the Minnesota Furs mission, assisting at many large events throughout the year, especially Como Zoo’s ZooBoo event.
The members of Minnesota Furs have a broad ranging skill set from event organization, negotiation, publications, business endeavors, and organizational skills. The non-profit hopes to help grow these skills both on a personal level and a community level to improve existing efforts and expand into new ways, providing a chance for the betterment of all. Minnesota Furs is dedicated to a vision of the future where furs are just another facet of life for local communities, assisting and spreading its message and support throughout Minnesota, and beyond.
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