Here Are The Top 5 Toronto Parties Celebrating Pot’s Legalization On Oct. 17

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Toronto is about to celebrate 4/20 in October.

The countdown to pot’s legalization has begun, and Toronto is preparing to spark up with parties to celebrate the Cannabis Act coming into effect on Oct. 17.

In typical Toronto fashion, there are quite a few celebratory smokes and parties planned to mark the occasion. Whether your vibe is a countdown in a club or chilling in park, there’s a party for you.

1. The Mod Club

The Cannabis resource site Leafly is hosting a New Year’s Eve-style countdown party at the Mod Club dubbed Bud Drop to “ring in this new high point in Canadian history at the stroke of midnight.”

READ: Here Are The Rules For Smoking Pot In Ontario While In Public (Come Oct. 17)

2. Love Child Social House

Others will love gathering at the Love Child Social House on Oct. 17, for a party hosted by The Entrepreneurship Society and Fireside, complete with DJs, free merch, cannabis oil cooking session and vape lounge.

READ: Plan to Grow Your Own Pot At Home? Here’s What You Need to Know Before You Do

3. Phoenix Concert Theatre

Radio station Indie88 is throwing its own jam at the Phoenix Concert Theatre the same day with a performance from B.C. band Japandroids.

4. Trinity Bellwoods Park

There is a crowd-organized legal smoke planned at Trinity Bellwoods Park on October 14th, with reggae music and other free activities planned.

READ: How To Grow Your Own Pot At Home — After Oct. 17, 2018

5. Online

In what might be the most challenging event ever, The Rabid Dabber and 2 High Media are hosting a legalization day Instagram scavenger hunt on Oct. 17 for prizes like edibles and extracts, if you’re not superbly high enough already.

So get ready to take a legal toke, Toronto. Cuz, it’s your potty and you can toke if you want to …

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