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Seattle Hempfest 2014 August 15 – 17th

Start: 08/15/2014  12:00 PM Cost: Seattle Hempfest is free but free speech is not! It costs over $750,000 to produce Seattle Hempfest each year and without your donations we would not exist. Please remember donate what you can and keep Hempfest alive!
End: 08/17/2014  08:00 PM Venue: The event spans three Seattle waterfront parks: Centennial Park, formerly Elliott Bay Park (North Entrance), Myrtle Edwards Park, and Olympic Sculpture Park (South Entrance). Don’t try to mail something there, it is a park!
Category: Festival Address: 3130 Alaskan Way West
Seattle . Wa 98121
Organizer: Seattle Hempfest

  The World’s Largest Annual Cannabis Law Reform Event;

Seattle Hempfest Returns!!!

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Open to the public on

 Aug 15th, Friday  12 noon to 8 pm

Aug 16th, Saturday 10 am to 8 pm

Aug 17th Sunday 10 am to 8 pm

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It’s been a big year! Much has been accomplished, yet we still have a

tremendous amount  to do.

While Washington and Colorado are working out new laws, we do not

have legalization until we end the Federal Scheduling of Cannabis.

Seattle Hempfest stands as a platform to educate the public on the myriad

of potential benefits offered by the Cannabis plant,

including the medicinal, industrial, 

agricultural, economic, environmental,

and other benefits or applications.

In particular, Seattle Hempfest seeks to advance the cause of

Cannabis policy reform through education while

advancing the public image of the Cannabis advocate

or enthusiast through example.

 

Need info on attending Seattle Hempfest?  

All the info is HERE including where to stay,

park, how to get here on the bus and all about our new entrance

The Steven Colbert Bridge To Somewhere.  

You can learn about our new entrance HERE.

Join us as we gather together  in one voice to say

NO FEDERAL SCHEDULE.

Find us on Facebook HERE Twitter @seattlehempfest

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