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Get baked at the lake in Grand Prairie this weekend

Those in the Dallas/Fort Worth area have another chance to spend some quality time in the sun and water before the summer officially ends this weekend by heading out to Grand Prairie for DFW NORML’s fifth annual Lake and Bake.

The event is a fundraiser for the local chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws and usually draws between 200 and 500 attendees throughout the day, though in 2016 the number was closer to 1,000.

Festivities include speakers, prize giveaways, DJ music, food, drinks, and merchandise from which the proceeds will go towards DFW NORML’s efforts to change marijuana policy both locally and state-wide.

Out on the water there will be a special demonstration from the DFW NORML wake-boarding team with Hydro the Norml Boat, sponsored by the Law Offices of David Sloane.

Entry to Joe Pool lake is $10 per vehicle, and boat launches are $10, both of which is collected by the lake and does not go towards DFW NORML, however once inside the event is free.

“This is a family friendly event so bring your kids, parents, grandparents, friends and anyone you know that supports ending cannabis prohibition in the Lone Star State” according to a statement released by DFW NORML.

Lake and Bake will be held on Saturday, September 16 from noon until 6 pm at Pavilion H in Loyd Park.

Those interested in purchasing a vendor spot for this event have until September 14.

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Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

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