Hotbox Kensington Market Pedestrian Sunday

With two author readings under my bong, I’m about to do a big event this Sunday Sept. 29 in Kensington Market. The Hotbox Cafe is hosting me from 2 – 420pm in their entrance alcove, which faces Augusta Ave. All vehicle traffic is closed because it’s Pedestrian Sunday, which will allow people to gather on the street to hear me preach from my Marijuana Smoker’s Guidebook The Easy Way To Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains. 

This is truly a unique opportunity and the relaxed market environment is perfect to present insider information from the guidebook. I’m going to bring my best Billy Mays or is that Robert Plashorne boardwalk pitchman routine to passing pedestrians. The two previous outtings were great, but for Sunday I’m cranking it up to pay-per-view levels by putting on the Mernagh attire. 

Yeup, I’ll be wearing my KISS boots (better to see over the crowd), a cape, a wrestling belt, my Space tribe pants, a legalization trucker cap, and anything else that puts me over-the-top in an over-the-top venue. We’re going to film this unique performance for my friends at DopeChef. I gotta get people’s attention away from the hula dancers, the stilt walkers, and other street performers that make up Pedestrian Sunday. When I wear an outfit I just perform much better. 

Come out to ask questions, learn about terminology, the difference between indicas and sativas, popular and not so popular marijuana strains. The street environment is going to be very, well, European-ish.  

Hotbox Cafe is located at 204 Augusta Ave. I’m pitching Marijuana Smoker’s Guidebook The Easy Way To Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains to the pedestrians from 2-420pm on Sunday Sept. 29.

Matt Mernagh
Matt Mernagh

Matt Mernagh is author of Marijuana Smoker's Guidebook The Easy Way To Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains ( by Green Candy Press and hosts a weekly weedy webcast The Menahuana Zone on Pot.TV every Tuesday. The Mernagh Ruling is a test case of Canada's cannabis laws and was spearheaded by Mernagh, lawyer Paul Lewin and 22 witnesses from across Canada.