Hemp History Week ~ Arizona

It is official Dennis Boisvert POW420 ~ California State Representative will be working a POW420 booth. Gathering support letters, and spreading knowledge about our pot prisoners. Stop by sign a card and show some love. No-one belongs in jail for a plant.

We are planning our Hemp History Week festivities-- June 1- 7th, 2015. The Main event and Hemp Market will be on Sunday June 7th between 6-2pm.

Hempful Farms Cafe
14620 North Cave Creek Road  
Phoenix AZ 85022 
[email protected]

Hemp Awareness week at Hempful Farms Cafe - Facebook Event.

We want to showcase hemp companies! $25 a table. Tables are limited so sign up now.

We are open Wed-Sun. We will be featuring guest speakers, booths, showing movies, and possibly a hemp fashion show, and a hemp market that will feature many hemp products all in celebration of hemp history week.

Are you interested in being a speaker during the weekend? Would like to set up a hemp or healthy booth for only $25 dollars on Sunday? The please contact Dave Safer Wisniewski  for more information. 

We will be showing Bring It Home, Hemp for Victory,  and  Who grows the medicine- a documentary about hemp, and Jack Herer- The Emperor of Hemp all day.

Don't forget to stop by the pot prisoners table. Sign some cards donated by POW420 to be sent to Arizona pot prisoners. Remember, that no-one belongs in jail for a plant.

We will be offering raffles, give always, silent auction, and education, and a pot prisoner booth. We have lots to offer.

Do you have some amazing hemp recipes? Well, Chef Chris will also be hosting a "Healthy Hemp OFF!" So, enter your best Hemp Dish with recipe. The category is "Baked Items" we will a 3 judge panel to vote on best baked hemp items. Winner will be featured in Hempful Farms Cafe's Cook Book to be released later this year. In addition, your dish will be featured in our Hempful Cafe menu for the remainder of the season! This event has a $10 entry fee. A reminder that this is a hemp only event and no cannabis infused items are permitted.

We are looking to have entertainment: face painters, performers, artists and musicians. 

Those who would like to volunteer please contact us at [email protected]. Our goal is provide a free show to our friends, family, guests, our community to spread knowledge and educate those about this amazing plant- Hemp. Hemp, Hemp, Hooray.

We are hosting a raffle and are looking for companies to donate some hemp items. Please, email us for more information at [email protected]

We will be raffling off items donated by HempBox, POW420, Deedee Kirkwood, and many more. Items include:

Hempful Farms Lip Balm
The Day Farm CBD healing salve
The Parkdale Butter Company Citrus Cedar body butter
Java joes nite time tea
Moonrise extracts peppermint CBD tincture
Pure organic ancient grains vanilla almond bar.
Made by a Marijuana Prisoner ~ Irma Alred 

Interested in making hemp jewelry? Great, because we are featuring a hemp jewelry making station. Kids and adults of all ages can come and learn how to make hemp jewelry.

Thanks to Adam Gower for teaching us about  HempCrete, Hemp resin and hemp plastics. Awesome!

There is still time to get involved with this event.  Contact us at. [email protected]

We have entered our Sunday and week long event to Hemp History Week to be put on their national calendar as well.

Made by a Marijuana Prisoner - Irma Alred items to be auctioned off:

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  • Adela Falk
    commented 2015-06-05 14:35:54 -0700
    We have a new book on Samuel Caldwell. Will share at our booths in Phoenix Saturday and Sunday.
    Samuel R. Caldwell (February 11, 1880 – June 24, 1941) was the first person convicted of selling marijuana under the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937.
    On the day the Marijuana Tax Stamp Act was enacted — Oct. 2, 1937 — the FBI and Denver, Colo., police raided the Lexington Hotel and arrested Samuel R. Caldwell, 58, an unemployed labourer and Moses Baca, 26. On Oct. 5, Caldwell went into the history trivia books as the first marijuana seller convicted under U.S. federal law. His customer, Baca, was found guilty of possession.