Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Hot fun in the summertime

For those of you who make your travel plans at the last minute , there's some upcoming festivals that would make a great destination. With construction on the waterfront park completed, the Seattle Hempfest on August 21 and 22 promises to be the most picture-perfect in history and admission is free.

On August 26-29 you can party deep in the woods of Northern Ontario at the always well organized Hempfest 2004. For $25 in advance or $35 at the gate you can enjoy what appears to be the "Woodstock" for Canadian cannabis consumers.

If you're closer to the east coast, Evolve 5 will be staged on August 27-29. It's billed as a music event but one expects that the local herb will be available. This one is pricey but they expect to sell out all 6000 tickets. You can still get in for $78 at this time but the price will rise to $95 for latecomers so book early.

And of course don't forget the third annual Drug War Vigil Memorial Group's Film Festival being held in Vancouver in September. There's still time to enter your drug war related video work. Contact film@cannabisculture.com.

And finally, the Hempola Family Farm Festival will be held on a working industrial hemp farm on August 7 and 8 in the village of Dalston just north of Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Although this one is geared towards families and focuses on agricultural uses of the non-psychotropic hemp plant including supremely nutricious hemp food products, we bet that cannabis consumers will also be out in force at this one. For details call toll free at 1-800-240-9215 ext. 23 or email info@hempola.cominfo.


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