Our first weed dating event of 2014 to be held on July 17th!
Get in the dirt and meet that special someone on Thursday, July 17th!
Speed dating has been around since the late 90′s, but weed dating is only something that has sprouted up across the country in the last few years. It beats speed dating in a couple ways including the fact that this event is free to the public. Also, instead of awkwardly nursing a cocktail, you’ll naturally find yourself a whole lot more comfortable getting down and dirty. Plus, you know what they say…you can tell a lot about a person by the way they weed. Similar to speed dating but you start out in bed.
What to expect?
No farming experience necessary but be open to having fun and getting in the dirt! Each person will be identified by a colored tag to distinguish their status. You’ll be paired in a quick one-on-one weeding session with a potential romantic interest and move from one row to the next, meeting someone new every 5-10 minutes.
This event is free and open to people who want to meet other like-minded agricurious folk who are a part of the good food movement and will be held at EarthDance Farms located in the heart of Ferguson.
At 6:00pm, there will be a brief tour of the farming operations. Weeding will begin after that. The last hour is a BYOB happy hour at the farm.
6pm: Brief Tour
6:30pm-7:30pm: Weed Dating 7:30pm-8pm: BYOB Happy Hour
Because there are limited spaces available, advance registration is required. Please fill out the form below.
Weed Dating FAQ
Q: How much does it cost?
A: It’s free, but please BYOB for happy hour afterwards!
Q: Where are you located again?
A: In Ferguson, Missouri north of I-70, east of I-170 and the airport.
Our address is 233 S. Dade Avenue, Ferguson, Missouri 63135.
Q: I’m gay. Can I participate?
A: Of course. But we can’t ensure a match.
Q: I’m in a relationship, but I’d like to come just to meet like-minded individuals. Can I participate?
A: Yes, although since this is a dating event, priority is given to singles. We will allow a limited number of individuals who are ‘taken’ to participate, and these folks will be distinguished by the color of their name tags.