MARIJUANA SMOKE OUT

at the

Central Penn. Festival of the Arts

Thursday, July 13, 2000, noon to 8 PM

Friday, July 14, 2000, noon to 8 PM

Saturday, July 15, 2000, noon to 8 PM

Sunday, July 16, 2000, noon to 6 PM

College Avenue and Allen Street

State College, PA

We now are engaged in a struggle for the soul of America. We have the God-Given right to keep and bear vegetables. It is immoral to arrest anyone for owning a vegetable.

The issue is not smoking marijuana. The issue is whether we will live under tyranny or in freedom. The lighted marijuana weed is the torch of freedom.

CHOOSE FREEDOM

30-HOUR MARIJUANA SMOKE OUT

The third annual 30-Hour Marijuana Smoke Out will take place from July 13­15 from noon to 8:00 PM and on July 16 from noon to 6:00 PM. It will coincide with the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts at the same location. There will be plenty of free bands and other activities.

The location of the 30-Hour Marijuana Smoke Out is in State College, PA at the corner of College Avenue and Allen Street in front of the main gate of Penn State University. To get there from Route 322, exit at the College Avenue Exit and go toward State College on College Avenue. When you come to the center of town, you are there. If you come on Route 26, you are on College Avenue. However College Avenue is one way going west. If you are going east, Route 26 is Beaver Avenue in downtown State College. When you come to Beaver and Allen Streets, you are two blocks from the main gate of Penn State University.

For those planning to stay overnight, it will be almost impossible to get hotel reservations in town. Act quickly. You may have to book reservations in a nearby town.

In addition, Tom Martin has offered his estate for camper vehicles and those willing to sleep outside on the ground. The Martin estate is about a 20-minute drive to downtown State College. For further information about accomodations, contact Tom Martin at <MartinTFre@aol.com>.

SPEAKERS WHO HAVE ACCEPTED

1. Steve Boone, Chair, Libertarian Party of Maryland (Sun. 2:30­3:00)

2. Randy Cheatham, Regional Coordinator (Florida), Coalition Advocating Medical Marijuana (Fr. 4:30­5:00)

3. Chris Colvin, Co-Organizer of the Fourth of July Hemp Coalition in Washington, DC (Fr. 5:00­5:30)

4. Tom Dean, Esq., Litigation Director, NORML Foundation, Washington, DC (Sat. 4:30­5:00)

5. Ed Forchion, Legalize Marijuana Party Candidate for Congress in the 1st District of New Jersey 2000 and Medical Marijuana User (Sat. 6:30­7:00)

6. Diane R. Fornbacher, Former Co-Organizer of Penn State protests & High Times Magazine Freedom Fighter January 1999 (Sat. 3:00­3:30, Sun. noon­12:30)

7. John Galt, Jr., Independent Candidate for U. S. President, Co-Organizer of the Marijuana Smoke Outs in State College, PA, and Organizer of the Summer Solstice Hemp Happening in Erie, PA (Th. 7:30­8:00, Fr. 7:30­8:00, Sat. 7:30­8:00, Sun. 5:30­6:00)

8. Susan Gascon, Libertarian Party Candidate for the Pennsylvania Assembly in the 74th District 2000 (Th. 1:00­1:30)

9. Keith Halderman, Past Vice-Chair of the Libertarian Party of Maryland (Sat. 4:00­4:30)

10. Samar Hatem, Libertarian Party Candidate for Centre County Treasurer 1999 (Fr. 1:30­2:00)

11. Julian Heicklen, Libertarian Party Candidate for Attorney General of PA 2000, Founder of Smart on Crime, High Times Magazine Freedom Fighter May 1998, and Organizer of the Marijuana Smoke Outs in State College, PA (Th. 12:00­12:30, Fr. 12:00­12:30, Sat. 12:00­12:30, Sun. 3:30­4:00)

12. Barry Hess, Candidate for the Libertarian Party Nominee as U. S. President 2000 (Sun. 1:00­2:00, Sun. 4:00­5:00)

13. Lois Kaneshiki, Western Vice-Chair, Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania and Candidate for Blair County Commissioner 1999 (Sat. 2:00­2:30)

14. A. S. Linn, Marijuana Re-Legalization Activist in Indiana (Sat. 1:00­1:30)

15. Charlie Miller, Original Organizer of the Marijuana Smoke Outs (Sat. 6:00­6:30, Sun. 12:30­1:00)

16. Tom Martin, Libertarian Party Candidate for Congress in the 5th Congressional District of PA 2000 (Fr. 5:30­6:00)

17. Leslie Miller, Trauma Survivor who uses Marijuana, Washington, DC (Th. 5:30­6:00 PM)

18. Carla Moquin, Libertarian Party Candidate for Centre County Commissioner 1999, Smart on Crime Award for Outstanding Contributions to Criminal Justice 1998, and Coordinator of the 1998 Marijuana Smoke Outs (Fr. 12:30­1:00, Sat. 1:30­2:00)

19. John Pylka, Co-Organizer of the Fourth of July Hemp Coalition in Washington, DC (Fr. 6:30­7:00)

20. Robert Quale, Chairman, Pineallas County (Tampa) Florida Organization to Reform the Marijuana Laws (Fr. 3:30­4:00)

21. Rob Robinson, Organizer of the Ninth Annual Hemp Splash/N. Y. High Times WHEE Fest, Binghamton, NY (Th. 1:30­2:00)

22. Joe Speers, Local Activist for Marijuana Re-Legalization in State College, PA (Th. 2:00­2:30)

23. Dan Sullivan, Past Chair, Libertarian Party of Allegheny County, PA (Sat. 3:30­4:00)

24. Ron Taylor, Regular Participant in the Marijuana Smoke Outs in State College and Local Activist (Th. 4:00­4:30)

25. Miriam White, Star of PotTV, Washington, DC (Sun. 3:00­3:30)

 

SPEAKING SCHEDULE

Time

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

12:00

Heicklen

Heicklen

Heicklen

Fornbacher

12:30

Heicklen

Moquin

 

C. Miller

1:00

Gascon

 

Linn

Hess

1:30

Robinson

Hatem

Moquin

Hess

2:00

Speers

 

Kaneshiki

 

2:30

     

Boone

3:00

   

Fornbacher

White

3:30

 

Quale

Sullivan

Heicklen

4:00

Taylor

 

Halderman

Hess

4:30

 

Cheatham

Dean

Hess

5:00

 

Colvin

   

5:30

L. Miller

   

Galt

6:00

 

Pylka

C. Miller

­

6:30

   

Forchion

­

7:00

     

­

7:30

Galt

Galt

Galt

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