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Marijuana events in Texas for October 2015

The following is a list of all known cannabis related events happening in Texas for the month of October 2015.

A full list of events for the year can be found here and coverage of various events can be found here.

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10/1 – Women Grow Austin Chapter – October 2015 Signature Networking Event

10/3 – Advocacy Training for Marijuana Law Reform – San Antonio

10/3 – Reefer Sanity: Free Educational Seminar in Houston

10/7 – Texas NORML Meeting in Austin

10/10 – El Paso NORML Meeting

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10/10 – Walk to End Alzheimer’s with Team Hope through Cannabis (THC) and the Texas NORML Senior Alliance

10/10 – Hub City NORML Meeting

10/17 – The San Antonio Beer Festival’s “Tap-Tober 5K Run/Walk” with Team Hope through Cannabis (THC)

10/17 – Dallas Marijuana March

10/17 – Nacogdoches NORML Meeting

10/23 – Texas NORML Annual Member’s Mixer

10/24 – DFW NORML Meeting

10/25 – Southeast Texas NORML 2nd Annual Art & Music Festival

10/29 – Houston NORML Halloweed 2015

10/30 – Waco ABNORML Halloween Party

10/31 – El Paso NORML Halloween Hash Bash

10/31 – Advocacy Training for Marijuana Law Reform in Dallas

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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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