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NORML presents J DAY Saturday 5 May 2001

NORML New Zealand is proud to present "J DAY", a global celebration of cannabis culture that has grown to include over 130 cities around the world.

Free events are being organised in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. All events start at High Noon and run to about 5pm.

Auckland - Albert Park
Wellington - Frank Kitts Park
Christchurch - Cathedral Square
Dunedin - The Octogon

J DAY is New Zealand's longest running and most popular cannabis law reform event, and because of the international time zones, Kiwi cannabis enthusiasts will be the first in the world to spark the chalice and begin the ceremonies. J DAY 2001 will be an "extravaganja" not to be missed!

As well as a selection of top bands and DJs (the final line up for each city will be announced soon), each J DAY event will feature a range of guest speakers, information booths, hemp displays, food and craft stalls, and more.

For more information, go to http://www.norml.org.nz or contact NORML's National Coordinator Chris Fowlie at this email address or at the phone number below.

Thanks to our sponsors Radio Active, The Hempstore, and The Switched On Gardener.


National Organisation for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, NZ Inc.

J Day Sat 5 May 2001: an international cannabis celebration Akl, Wgtn, Chch, Dun + 130 cities around the world

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