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San Antonio NORML 2nd Annual Global Marijuana March and Party

SPONSORED -- Are you ready for a march, rally and a party? Join us as we march and show our support and compassion to end the prohibition of cannabis for personal and medical use. The march starts at Lambert Beach Field and we will end at Pink's Patio with wonderful speakers such as Dean Becker and Emily Ann, music, vendors and an amazing group of like hearted individuals. The full route is as follows: https://goo.gl/maps/EwUofghprjP2. We meet at Lambert Beach Field (across from the Joske Pavillion) at 2 pm. At 3 pm we start making our way towards Broadway, turn right on Broadway, continue down Broadway and turn right on Grayson Ave., Then turn left on Avenue A, left on Pearl Parkway, and right on Broadway once again. Continue down Broadway until we reach Pink's Patio. Make sure to wear comfortable clothing and have all the water you need for the march. Band Line-Up is coming soon. Vendors PM for details.

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