Rocky Mountain Fur Con
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Rocky Mountain Fur Con, often abbreviated RMFC, is an annual furry convention that takes place in Denver, Colorado and celebrates anthropomorphics. Events include charitable benefits, educational seminars, art shows, panels and general social activities. The convention also features a unique cooking show called "Free Can Cook" hosted by FreeFox. The convention is currently chaired by Sorin Kat.
|Rocky Mountain Fur Con was first organized by the Mid-America Anthropomorphics and Arts Corporation to take place in June of 2006 to cater to the large population of furries living in Colorado and surrounding areas. However, when Anthrocon also announced its date for that same month, the decision was made to postpone the Rocky Mountain Fur Con's debut until 2007.|
The first Rocky Mountain Fur Con was chaired by Kahuki Lairu with assistant chair Sorin Kat.
2014 and 2015
Rocky Mountain Fur Con 2014's theme has been announced as "14ers" focusing around the theme of mountaineering, climbing and the 54 peaks in Colorado over 14,000 feet. Guests of Honor have been announced as fursuiter WhiteyFawks of Arend Studios and artist ShinigamiGirl. It was announced that Rocky Mountain Fur Con has exceeded the space at The Denver Doubletree. On October 18, 2013 it was announced that the convention will be held at the Marriott Denver Tech Center.
Rocky Mountain Fur Con 2015's theme has been announced as "Game Shows!" focusing around the theme of all the classic game shows such as Press Your Luck, Pyramid, Family Feud, The Price is Right, etc.
Rocky Mountain Fur Con is organized by the Mid-American Anthropomorphic and Arts Corporation, a S corporation with 501(c)(3) status as of April 2009. The CEO is Kahuki Lairu, while the treasurer is Sorin Kat.
- http://www.rockymountainfurcon.org/about-us.html Retrieved August 4, 2013.
- "All I can say is wow" from Sorin's LiveJournal (4 June 2007)
- Rocky Mountain Fur Con website
- Rocky Mountain Fur Con forums
- Colorado Furries community on LiveJournal
- Rocky Mountain Fur Con on Twitter
- RMFC youtube Coverage
- Photos, videos, reports: Rocky Mountain Fur Con resources