What's the Tea for Memorial Day 2022?

Updated: May 28

The DMV (DC, Maryland and Virginia) is excited for the Memorial Day weekend this year. Cookouts, fun vibes with friends and family, and Monday off for most government and corporate workers. This is a perfect weekend to also enjoy the outdoors with your favorite strains of weed. Butter of Sheba has some of the best sativa strains available on menu to help you stay vibrant and energetic to tackle everything you might want to get involved with. If you need some help deciding what to do we have a couple of ideas for you


1.)Hi-Lawn Rooftop Grill-Out & Picnic Party Friday, May 27 to Monday, May 30 Union Market rooftop

Music, lawn games, creative grilled eats and drinks make for a fun weekend on the Union Market rooftop. Drag queen Jaxknife will host the summer’s first “an all-inclusive fruit-themed” dance party Saturday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

It’s free to attend, and you’re welcome to bring a picnic blanket. Food, including special “Lawn Dogs,” and summery draft cocktails will be available for purchase.


2.)Art, Flowers and Flavors Festival Saturday, May 28 to Monday, May 30, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily National Botanic Garden (26320 Ticonderoga Road, Chantilly, Virginia)

Sample Virginia wines, beer, food and chocolate among the sculptures and flora at the National Botanic Garden in Chantilly, Virginia. Artists will exhibit their work and there will be live music. Tickets cost $25 and include three samples. More goodies are available for purchase.


3.)Rolling to Remember Events Friday through Sunday Washington, D.C.

Thousands of bikers ride into D.C. annually on Memorial Day weekend to remember prisoners of war and military members killed in action, plus to raise awareness about the epidemic of suicide among veterans.

Events include the Blessing of the Bikes (5 p.m. Friday at the National Cathedral), a candlelight vigil at the Vietnam War Memorial (8 p.m. Friday) and a rally with Jon Stewart in support of legislation to help veterans exposed to toxic burn pits (1 p.m. Saturday, RFK Stadium Parking Lot 8).

The big Rolling to Remember ride happens Sunday, including a motorcycle drill team performance at 9:30 a.m. followed by a performance from band The Real Last Circus. Here's the schedule.


4.)D.C. Black Pride

D.C. Black Pride weekend is “bigger and bolder than ever” with parties, workshops, a wellness fair and more. The Unity Ball, happy hours, receptions, rooftop parties and all-night club ragers will take over venues across the city.

Renaissance Washington DC Downtown will host daytime events including the Rainbow Row expo for LGBTQIA+ businesses and organizations (Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.), free health screenings; workshops on topics from livable communities to body positivity; a screening of “Fierceness Served;” an elimination-style poetry slam and more. Here’s the full rundown of events.


5.) National Memorial Day Parade Monday, May 30, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Constitution Avenue from 7th Street NW to 17th Street NW, Washington, D.C.

The nation’s largest Memorial Day parade is back in full force after two years, and the public is invited to pay tribute to military members who made the ultimate sacrifice.

The Eli Young Band will kick things off with a special performance at 1 p.m. at Constitution Avenue and 7th Street NW; then the parade begins at 2 p.m. You can watch the parade along Constitution Avenue from 7th Street NW to 17th Street NW.

It’s free and open to the public. Organizers suggest attendees should arrive early and consider bringing a lawn chair. The closest Metro station is National Archives/Penn Quarter/Navy Memorial, organizers say.


These are just a few of the many things that will be going on throughout the weekend. We recommend sativa strains White Buffalo and Tropicana Cherry. Both strains have a flavorful taste and great aroma. They also will keep you energetic and social so that you wont feel weighed you down. Make sure to try these strains while they are hot so you can give us all the tea on Tuesday.

Cheers!

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