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The 3rd Annual JOHNES Festival

Max Creek, Hubinger Street, FRO! Sounds of Africa, 4:20 Drum Circle

Saturday, April 15, 2000 12pm-10pm (Gates 11:30am)
Sorry, No (Alcohol In) Coolers!!!

Charles Ives Center
Western Connecticut State University
Westside Campus I-84 Exit 4 Danbury, CT

Sorry, No Camping/Motels Nearby

Johnes Festival Hotline (203)791-0284 or email:


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Link of the year-Connecticut Cannabis Policy Forum

First runner-up-Dire Wolf's tape trading page


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Press coverage(New!)
Meet the JOHNES's
Drug Policy Links
Fairfield County Weekly 1999 Article

Print a flyer advertising the JOHNES Festival

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The official site of the JOHNES festival (Pronounced 'JONES')


A Brief History
The JOHNES Festival is an Earth Day festival 
for cannabis reform. It was
founded as a result of a vision from a friend:
Chad Westerberg from Waterbury, CT in early '96. He brought 
it to the attention of Western Connecticut State 
University's prospective chapter of NORML 
(now WCSU NORML), and the rest is history.  
This event has a new professional look and will be annual,
seeing that we're into our third year, 
and you're all invited to take part 
at the next one, JOHNES 2000 , 
which will happen on April 15th at the 
Charles Ives Center for the Arts
on Western Connecticut State University's
Westside Campus. 

This year will definitely be bigger and better.  
If you would like to ensure this, please contact
us with feedback and input, and SIGN OUR GUESTBOOK.

JOHNES 2000 
will be on Saturday April 15th

Speakers TBA  
Rob Krause-Revolutionary Rabblerouser-WCSU Adjunct 
John Galt, Jr.-Pennsylvania. Independent Candidate for President
Sylvester Lee Salcedo-Retired Naval Intelligence Officer
Clifford Thornton-President of Efficacy, non-profit drug reform organization

Bands:  Max Creek
Hubinger Street

FRO!!! Sounds Of Africa

-African Drum (and dancing) Troupe, (AACAA) African American Cultural Awareness Association of New Milford, CT (They are opening for year #3, so please come early!!!) Location: Charles Ives Center for the Arts, an outdoor venue at Western Connecticut State University's Westside Campus: I-84 exit 4. Directions *****Booking***** Vendors, bands, artists, volunteers, non-profits or curious folks can call Dave Bonan (Shoe)/Johnes Festival Hotline @203 791-0284 or email Dave @ THANX FOR VISITING THE JOHNES PAGE..... see ya there

JOHNES SPONSORS (including local businesses) 1. Western Connecticut State University's chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws 2. WCSU's Student Government Association (primary funder)
AND REMEMBER: The sponsors of the JOHNES Festival do not promote nor condone the use of illicit substances of any kind. Please leave it in the car. Print a flyer advertising the JOHNES festival

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