A grassy spread along the banks of the Lamoille River in Johnson that once played host to nearly 20,000 rowdy reggae fans in the mid-1990s hosts a gathering this weekend celebrating the new law allowing recreational marijuana use in the Green Mountain State.
Heady Vermont, the state’s leading cannabis advocacy and lifestyle organization, hosts a Legalization Celebration Sunday, July 1, at Willow Crossing Farm in Johnson.
Heady Vermont presents its first Legalization Celebration, Sunday July 1, at Willow Crossing Farm, 2780 Route 15, in Johnson. Parking is available — $5 per car — next door at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Tickets are $50 for the general public; free for Heady Vermont members. This is a 21-plus event. headyvermont.com.
“We already know that people who want to smoke weed are already doing it,” Keith Morris, the farm’s owner, said. “They are already fully functional people who want to move past stigma.”
The event is capped at 2,000 people and is only for people 21 years old and up. There will be