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Ladybud Magazine: Classin’ Up The Joint Anniversary Event


ladybud marijuanaLadybud Magazine has been around for almost two years now. I am a big fan of their site because it is ran by women from the marijuana world, and women are vital to this movement. Ladybud Magazine has a heavy focus on activism, which is something that I value very much. There are a lot of marijuana websites out there that don’t do nearly enough to support reform. Ladybud is putting on a two year anniversary party. If you can make it, I encourage you to go. It will be a lot of fun, and you will be surrounded by a lot of hardworking freedom fighters. Space is limited and they are only doing pre-sale tickets online and not at the door. Below is more information about the event (purchase tickets at this link here):

Come celebrate Ladybud Magazine’s 2nd Anniversary and Relaunch in beautiful Denver, Colorado! We’ll be at the sophisticated Point Gallery in the Santa Fe Arts District during the biggest weekend in cannabis culture to honor the work of Ladybud, its writers and supporters with music, speakers, raffles and DANCING!

General admission*: H’ordeurves, two drink tickets followed by cash bar, music

VIP admission*: Access to the exclusive ‘Editor’s Lounge’ with sponsored swagbags, cozy seating, privacy, infused massages courtesy of Denver’s own Primal Therapeutics, owned by Jordan Person


Diane R. Fornbacher, Owner/Publisher of Ladybud Magazine
Megan Sanders, CEO & Managing Partner of MiNDFUL
Madeline Martinez, Board of Directors at NORML
Susan Squibb, Founder & Co-Chair of Mother’s High Tea

What: Ladybud Two Year Anniversary Party

When: April 18

Where: Point Gallery in Denver, Colorado

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  1. Wow how much are tickets im coming from the south myself and its really hard to find good bud here…

  2. Lawrence Goodwin on

    Much love and respect to Diane Fornbacher. So far, I’ve not seen anyone in the cannabis legalization movement with as fierce of a determination to repeal our prohibitive laws as Ms Fornbacher. I first read an article on the Ladybud site about 15 months ago, regarding a young Alabama couple–Danielle and Jason Wilson–found to be growing a dozen cannabis plants at home. For the simple nonviolent act of gardening, their property was invaded and they both faced the prospect of losing precious time with their adorable daughter, Skye, due to years in state prison. Ever since, I’ve wondered how the Wilsons made it through that nightmare.

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