Updated 9:15 p.m. — Despite potential power shutoffs, the event will be continuing as planned, with back-up generators. In an email, organizers wrote, “The event is moving forward as planned. We have generators on standby. We are evaluating the situation, and as Nat from Madrone, one of our founding sponsors, said ‘We ARE the power.’”
MENDOCINO Co., 10/25/19 — Cannabis on the Coast is throwing a harvest party in Mendocino this weekend, featuring a farmers’ market, musical performances, oral histories from long-time Mendocino residents, health expert presentations, glass blowing-demonstrations, a silent auction, and more. The event takes place at a number of different locations around Mendocino on Saturday, October 26, with proceeds going to benefit the Mendocino Coast Children’s Fund.
You can check out the full schedule here, buy tickets for the evening performances, here’s the full announcement:
Cannabis on the Coast is back with a Harvest Party to benefit thePress release from Cannabis on the Coast.
Mendocino Coast Children’s Fund on Saturday Oct 26
(Mendocino, CA – October 15, 2019) Cannabis on the Coast, a collection of cannabis businesses from the Mendocino Coast, is bringing back the Harvest Party tradition with a fun day and night of community focused activities and entertainment throughout the town of Mendocino on Saturday Oct 26. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Mendocino Coast Children’s Fund, the only grassroots, non-profit advocate for low income children from the Mendocino Coast.
Activations around town during the day include a Farmers Forum and glass blowing demos at Spark Cali, the Canna Chronicles: Oral Histories of Cannabis and the Back to the Land Movement in the Emerald Triangle at the Kelley House Museum, a health and wellness speaker series with Jude Thilman and Maureen Smyth, RN BSN at the Emerald Exchange office, a look behind the scenes of cannabis cultivation with Mendocino CannaTours and a Farmers Market at Leonard Moore Cannabis. For a full schedule of events including a homebrew demo at the Joshua Grindle Inn, CBD Skin Treatments at Bloom, Conscious Cannabis Yoga at Yoga Shine, a film screening at Barge North Co. and more visit https://www.
The festivities continue into the evening at The Hill House Inn with a reggae dance party featuring headliner Prezident Brown and the Reggae Angels, as well as Guerrilla Takeover and DJ Tequioso on the turntables, sponsored in part by Anderson Valley Reserve. During the show make sure to check out the Silent Auction with goodies available from businesses in the area, as well as food from Cafe Luna and the Tree Lounge from Madrone and Northern Nights Music Festival. Tickets are still available at https://www.cannabisonthecoast.com/tickets.
For a list of sponsors and participants visit us at https://www.
Cannabis on the Coast is a community-focused collaboration of cannabis and cannabis-friendly organizations and individuals located on Mendocino County’s historic coast. Inspired by our love for the plant and a desire to see our local community thrive, we create memorable experiences for enthusiasts and newcomers alike that embody the heart and soul of cannabis culture in the world famous Emerald Triangle.
Please don’t call Mendocino a “village.” That’s a newbie habit. Mendocino is a town by size and layout. The sewer system is operated by the Mendocino City Community Services District (MCCSD). The official county planning document governing Mendocino is title the “Mendocino Town Plan.” I’m a 50 year resident of Mendocino and I’m keen on historical accuracy.