Wake and Bake with The Doobie Room for 420! That’s how you start a Doobie Day!

The Fancy Plug…kind of.

Wake and Bake with @TheDoobieRoom | 420 Doobie Days

Follow us on Instagram @TheDoobieRoom and start your 420 festivities with us! Puff Puff hold…https://www.instagram.com/thedoobieroom/11am 4.20.2020Get a FR…

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Get a FREE limited edition Doobie Day lapel by starting your Doobie Day (420) waking and baking with us. Plus, for everyone who puffs one with us, we’ll donate $4.20 (up to 50.00) to a local charity helping communities hit hard by COVID-19.

So basically, we’re just gonna hop on live and hang with whoever wants to start their 420 with us. We’re gonna…

– talk ish,

-laugh like we always do,

-play truth or dare,

-see who can complete the Kush Up challenge,

make up our own challenges ( you too),

-have some karaoke moments,

-and answer all your questions about being Social Equity applicants and how we think COVID-19 might impact our journey.

Be sure to follow us on Instagram and show us some live. We show right back. Ask anyone who knows about us, or watch the other video below and see the love we give and get in return.

Register ( just so we can have a head count)


Produced with support from The Arts of Humanity 501c3.

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Update: The Doobie Room will make the donation to Kiddspalaceparkforest.com. About a month before the COVID-19 pandemic, Kidds Palace Day Care facility opened for business. For safety reasons surrounding COVID-19, the government decided to shut down this daycare, but recently allowed them to reopen as a facility for Essential Workers with children. The Doobie Room will donate money to help Kidds Palace purchase items to keep the facility running safely for the children and their remarkable parents.

The Doobie Room will also be making a donation to Chicago COmmunity COVID-19 response fund. You can make a donation here. This fund is supporting local nonprofit organizations serving our (Chicago) region’s most vulnerable neighbors.