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New Blues Crew to perform at The Cannabis Fair in Kendall

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WHAT:     New Blues Crew plays A Cannabis Fair

WHERE:  Kendall Wisconsin (112 West South Railroad Street)

WHEN:     Saturday, July 23 · 8:00pm – 10:00pm (Entire Cannabis Fair to run from noon to 11:30)

WHO:        Hemp Cannabis and Medical Marijuana Supporters from Wisconsin and beyond

Woodpipes SmokeShoppe in Kendall Wisconsin has announced via their Facebook page that they will be hosting “A Cannabis Fair” on Saturday July 23rd.  In addition to speakers from the State and regional chapters of NORML, Ed Thompson is expected to speak if is health is able to allow him. Wood Pipes Smoke Shoppe and Speak Easy has also announced that the band New Blues Crew will entertain throughout the evening. More announcements are expected soon.  The Facebook event states:

The fair will focus on the education of cannabis. Learn about every facet of this amazing plant. There is so very much you probably didn’t know, Come find out what your missing 🙂 This is a get together for people of all opinions .

Additional For more information about the event, possible vending, speaking, entertaining and other opportunities, please contact

Facebook Page for the band New Blues Crew.

Facebook Event for the cannabis concert.

Other helpful links for Wisconsin Specific Supporters:

Wisconsin NORML

Northern Wisconsin NORML Website

Northern Wisconsin NORML Blog

Southeastern Wisconsin NORML

Madison NORML (Is My Medicine Legal Yet?)

Jacki Rickert Medical Marijuana Act

People Against Marijuana Prohibition

Moms for Marijuana Wisconsin Chapter FB Page


Ed Thompson, brother of former Governor and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson, discusses how the diagnosis of Stage Four Pancreatic Cancer has changed his outlook. Thompson was diagnosed last September while campaigning for the Wisconsin State Senate, effectively taking him out of the race (which he only lost by about one-half of one percent of the votes cast). Recorded on June 17, 2011, many of these remarks were shared a month earlier when Ed addressed the Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Group’s annual convention in Madison as they awarded him “humanitarian of the year”. It was his first speech since before last fall’s election.

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