Nug of the Week (Edibles Edition): Where to Eat Your Wyld Edibles
Updated: May 26
If you're reading this from another recreationally legal state besides Washington, then you've probably head of Wyld Edibles. They're consistently one of the top edible brands in every single market that they enter, and at neck breaking speeds! But they're not just hype and name recognition - these are some of the best tasting dummies on the market right now, and Washingtonians can now get their hands on these edibles at any of The Reef locations around Washington - Capitol Hill, Georgetown, or Bremerton!
With different flavors and ratios available, there truly is a Wyld Edible for everyone. Looking for something full strength and sour? Try the 10mg Sour Apple gummies, which taste literally like Sour Punch straws from our childhood. Looking for more relief without much of a high? Then the CBD 20:1 gummies are going to be right up your alley. Once you figure out which Wyld edible is right for you, check out one of these cool events happening around Washington this week. We particularly recommend the NW Folklife Festival - it's a classic Seattle celebration that is back from its Covid hiatus.
NW Folklife 2022 "Metamorphosis" - Seattle Center
Northwest Folklife’s 2022 Cultural Focus, Metamorphosis: In with the Old, In with the New, celebrates people’s natural propensity for change. This pandemic has proven to be one of those unique moments in our time; a turning point where we can point our compass true north, see the writing on the wall, and meet the challenges ahead.
A once-in-a-lifetime challenge offers us the opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime solution. It is in moments like these when emerging ideas, movements, and practices can become new conventions; when new thoughts branch from older ones, connecting us to our past, and propelling us to our future; where changing perspectives can be fostered, not feared, or ignored. In with the old, and in with the new!
Weedeater at El Corazon, hosted by Saints Cannabis
Saints Premium Cannabis tresents Weedeater, J.D. Pinkus, The Derelicts, Witch Ripper, plus Uncle Eug & The Dirtybirds at El Corazon! Show up, mingle with one of Washington's top flower brands, and enjoy some stoner tunes. In case you aren't familiar with the band, Weedeater are an American stoner metal band formed in Wilmington, North Carolina in 1998. Presale tickets aren't available anymore but tickets will be $25 at the door on a first come, first serve basis.
Food Truck Fridays at Yoked Farmhouse & Brewery - Port Orchard
If you've ever been to a Reef event, then you know how much we love our food trucks, which is why we were stoked when we found out that Yoked Farmhouse & Brewery hosts a food truck every Friday! Head over this week for some brews, and enjoy this week's truck, brought to you by Cafe Red-dez-vous!
Craig Robinson @ Tacoma Comedy Club
If you're a fan of comedy, then you probably know who Craig Robinson is. Come see the This is the End and The Office actor as he kicks back with the crowd and tells some jokes at the Tacoma Comedy Club. Get your tickets here!
Wild Waves Park Opening - Tacoma, WA
The Pacific Northwest's largest theme & water park is turning forty with plans for a season-long celebration kicking off just in time for summer fun. Originally opened in 1977 with just six rides, Wild Waves Theme & Water Park now spans 70 acres including more than 50 thrilling rides and attractions, four roller coasters and a huge water park with 500,000-gallon wave pool. Join them this Saturday for the season opening!