Established in 2001, our main website is designed to be an informational hub for furries in Southern California. However, we have created accounts on social sites, including this Weasyl account so we may connect with the creative furries in Southern California.
We consider “Southern California” to cover San Luis Obispo to San Diego and even all the way east to the Inland Empire/Palm Springs area. Several events take place weekly, some annually, and we welcome all who can show up. We have members on the list that are from all over the USA to those in Europe and Australia, so while we are a specialized locale, most of us always are happy meeting someone new.
Having a local gathering? Let us know! Whether you have something ongoing, or a larger (or more involved) party/event, we can help boost your signal.... Check out our calendar to see current events. You may also submit to our contact form (this is preferrred over Weasyl notes).
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If you want to chat real-time with people, come visit [b]#socalfurry[/b] on IRC, irc.furnet.org http://www.furnet.org/
First, a bit of post-FurBQ 2018 update. Really, I think our reaction can best be described as "pleasantly knocked over with a feather", on just how many different kinds of energy filled our event with love and encouraged positive experience.
The event was an even larger turnout, due to all the furs that came in from out of town to support Dogbomb. We knew there was going to be a small group for the morning, as many of you were walking it out for ALS research. We were prepared for this and, when the ALS walk was over, Stego (and Leo Tsubasa) had quite the work ahead. We were only sorry that we didnt see The Dogbomb Himself, but good dogs need to rest their paws.
By early afternoon, our usual population numbers returned, and we hit that peak time. People created groupings of blankets and folding chairs, creating social areas all along the grassy area by the wall. Furries burst out into ecstatic dance in the California sunshine. Thanks to the San Diego Furries, we hit the largest "fursuit lounge" yet, and it was so spacious even with all the fursuiters that join us. Chance the Dragon, Ceasie and other San Diego furries were happy to help keep people hydrated. You really made it that much easier for people to fursuit. Soon it was time to take the group photo. Without warning, Stego and I found ourselves pulled into the group photo. Suddenly, we were surrounded by all the fluffy good energy, even if it was an unexpected thing (oh, Chance... you are such a persuasive dragon).
Our November contingency plan did afford some cool weather. We were happy that the bees did not return. There was a decent amount of cleanup ahead of us, and the earlier park closure presented a challenge. Also, we did have more possessions left behind, that left us scrambling for room when we packed out. Thanks to Janala Blackspire, Brum Da Bronze, Kirimi Blackspire, Chance, and Howlie for being able to stick around and help us. We really wanted to get that lawn area extra clean.
Looking forward, its time to plan for this event all over again. These last few weeks, we were able to check into fall dates.
This will be our 21st annual event, and will be back on the Summer hours. Our event is for furries of all kinds, and their fans. In the next months, we will be working on planning and gathering resources to see if we cant make this another memorable one!
ALS research, bbq, booking, community, DogBomb, eating event, event info, fall event, fundraising, FurBQ, fursuiting, local events, meet-and-greet, Orange County, outdoors, park, picnic, reservation, save the date, Team Tony
Joined 18 December 2013