Holiday Party 2011
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|Holiday Party 2011|
The logo for Holiday Party 2011.
|When||December 14, 2011 - December 28, 2011|
Cranberry Decoration, Evergreen Decoration, Gold Decoration, Cookie Serving Apron, Deluxe Gingerbread House
The Holiday Party 2011 was a party in Club Penguin. It was first confirmed by the Disney website. The party started on December 14, 2011 and ended on December 28, 2011. Like the previous few Holiday Parties, Rockhopper returned. During the party, the Lighthouse and Beacon filled with coins of Coins For Change, with the biggest donation station close by at the Beach.
This Holiday Party introduced a few different features: firstly, Aunt Arctic waddled the island in addition to Rockhopper. Secondly, an Advent Calendar location at the Forest, with free items everyday for all players. Finally, the Magic Sleigh Ride gave away three new free items. 
The first log-in screen advertising Coins for Change.
The second log-in screen advertising Coins for Change
The Beacon (December 14 - 22)
The Beacon (December 23)
The Beacon (December 24 - 25)
The Beacon (December 26 - 27)
The Book Room
The Coffee Shop
The Crow's Nest
The Dance Lounge
The Dojo Courtyard
The EPF Command Room (Note the Herbert cam)
The Fire Dojo
The Gift Shop
The Lighthouse (December 14 - 16)
The Lighthouse (December 17 - 19)
The Lighthouse (December 20 - 21)
The Lighthouse (December 22 - 27)
The Lodge Attic
The Mine Shack
The Night Club
The Ninja Hideout
The Pirate Ship
The Pizza Parlor
The Ship Hold
The Ski Hill
The Ski Lodge
The Ski Village
The Snow Forts
- There was a glitch when you clicked the sign it said Be a Pirate. This glitch was fixed.
- This party had the most free items out of any Club Penguin party until the Hollywood Party, beating the previous record-holder, the Medieval Party 2011.
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