"I made a Facebook event for 4/20 — just for fun!" says Crabb-Burnham. "I'd be happy to hand it over to [MassCann] administrators," she adds, as if treading eggshells for not setting it up through the official MassCann Facebook group.

From the audience, a voice interrupts to set her straight. "You have the power! Use it!"

Members of MassCann will be on Boston Common for a public smoke session and collective celebration they hope draws big numbers — at 4:20 pm on Wednesday, April 20, dankest of all countercultural holidays.

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