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      June 22, 2019

      Saturday   7:00 PM

      46 East 70th Street
      New York, New York 10021

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      Squirrel Ball

      Don your finest summer evening attire, create (or commission someone to make, or buy) an animal mask, and join us for a masquerade ball and dance party in honor of that ol’ Commonest of Commoners, the Eastern gray squirrel. We'll celebrate Sciurus carolinensis, "The Moon of Parks," and the Central Park Squirrel Census in style.Hors d'Oeuvres • Open Bar • Specialty Drinks • DJ & Disco • And More!Plus: A Brief CPSC Report PresentationAnd: Toast & Official "Conch Blow" End to the CPSCBalloon Popping Included Saturday, June 22, 20196 p.m. to 7 p.m. VISP hour and champagne toast w/ Squirrel Census Team7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Squirrel Ball The Explorers ClubClark Room, Library, Terrace, Members' Lounge & Apollo Room46 East 70th StreetNew York, NY 10021 $125 per person***$115 per person IF you also buy a ticket to the Central Park Squirrel Census Report & Map Presentation***$300 VISP (Very Important Squirrel Person) ~ The Night Life, The High Life, The Squirrel Life ~ ~ ~ ~FAQ: Q: What do I get for $125? A: Four hours of socializing and dancing in incomparable NYC institution The Explorers Club. FREE hor d'oeuvres and petit fours. Open bar with wine, beer, and Central Park-themed speciality drinks. DJ and disco dancing into the indigo evening. Bonding with squirrel people and life poets. Genuine photo opportunities with taxidermy, friends, and the night. Unnameable moments that will become lifelong memories. Q: What do I get for $300? A: All of the above. Plus, a free copy of the Central Park Squirrel Census 2019 Report (which will retail for $75). An hour of pre-Ball social time with the Squirrel Census team and a champagne toast (one glass per guest) in The Explorers Club's Members' Lounge and Apollo Room. Map viewing and special Central Park Squirrel Census Audio Report experience. The knowledge that you are supporting the Squirrel Census, the pursuit of curiosity, and the appreciation of squirrels and urban green spaces. Q: Do Squirrel Sighters get discounts to the events?A: No. But we've done our best to price them so that a) everyone can have a great time for the money spent, and b) we don't go into debt. Check out event details to see what to expect. And special thanks to The Explorers Club and Great Performances for helping us make these dream-events come true.Q: Do I get a discount if I buy tickets to both events? A: Yes. We'll give you $10 off each event if you buy tickets to both events. You'll see this option to use when buying your tickets.Q: Do I get a discount if I buy two tickets to a single event — one for me, and one for my lover or friend or enemy?A: No.Q: Can I buy more than two tickets to each event?A: Nope, sorry for any inconvenience. (But if you really want to buy four or more tickets, just email us at info@thesquirrelcensus.com and we'll figure it out.)Q: Is the Central Park Squirrel Census 2019 Report on sale yet?A: No, but it will be for sale as a pre-order soonish. You'll hear about it! The price will be set at $75, FYI, and it'll be chock full of goodness.Q: Do Squirrel Sighters get discounts on the Central Park Squirrel Census 2019 Report?A: Yes! We'll give you $10 off for helping us. Thank you!Q: Will you sell tickets to both events AND the Report as a package deal?A: Naw.Q: Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?A: Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Q: What's the refund policy?A: NO REFUNDS. THINK before you PURCHASE. :)Q: Is it OK if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?A: Yes, if you send us a heads-up beforehand to info@thesquirrelcensus.com. Q: Should I really dress up and wear an animal mask to the Ball? Will I be the only one in a mask and feel embarrassed like I did most days in middle school? A: Yes, you should dress up! No, you will not be alone, and you definitely should not feel embarrassed! We're all gonna do it, and if your mask is exceptional, you might win a prize! • Ever True •thesquirrelcensus.com

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