Have you hosted an event in years past? Recreate the fun with the same activities, venue and team! Build on your past success and while celebrating the tradition.
What is a Hemp History Week event?
- “Bringing It Home” hemp documentary screening
- A hemp clothing fashion show
- Benefit concert
- Retail store celebrations
- Hemp foods sampling and cooking demonstration
- Grange gatherings
- Café specials
- Film screenings
- Representation/tabling at a street fair
- Talk at your local library
- Hemp arts and crafts fair
- An event at your college
- Booth at a farmers’ market
- Table on a college campus
- Hemp conversations with your local farm groups
- …and so much more!
Looking for more ideas? Download our handouts to help you get started on your planning!
Our campaign will send free educational materials to the 250 events that are the most promising in terms of hemp education and originality!
Help take the load off by recruiting your event team today! Who can help with outreach and promotion, day-of setup and break down, photo collection, tabling, and more? Many hands make light work!
Whether it’s your favorite restaurant, local artists, campus club, local business, or your library, establishing community partnerships can provide venues, promotion and organizational support.
See below for tools to help you reach out to partners in your community.
It’s never too early to secure your event venue. What kind of places are available in your area to host an event? Here are some suggestions:
- Community Theatre
- Yoga Studio
- Kitchen Share
- Public Park
- Local Co-op
- Farmers’ Market
- City Government Building
Ensure your event is a success by getting the word out. Create an event page from your social media account, print posters and flyers, list your event in a community newsletter and community bulletin boards, tell your friends and family and ask them to invite 10 friends.
Here are some tools to promote your hard work: