Brownie Mary Day

When: Sun., Aug. 25, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2019

Join us at the Museum for complimentary (cannabis-free) brownies to commemorate the 27th anniversary of Brownie Mary Day! Available while supplies last. Who is Brownie Mary? In the 1970s, Mary Jane Rathbun began selling cannabis-laced brownies on the streets of the Castro in San Francisco. In 1981, she was arrested and sentenced to community service, and through her work, she became aware of the first San Francisco AIDS cases. She cared for many patients, dubbed her “kids,” and dedicated her time to baking cannabis brownies to help counteract patients’ nausea. What is Brownie Mary Day? In 1992, Rathbun was arrested

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