Leominster Marijuana Information
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Sitting just north of Worcester and just west of Boston, the city of Leominster has a population of around 40,759, and is the 34th largest in the state of Massachusetts. The city was officially incorporated in 1740, but settlement happened 100 years earlier in 1640.The city is now known for its huge contributions to the Underground Railroad in the Civil War era. Many people in the forward thinking town helped house and hide runaway slaves as they tried in vain to make an undisturbed escape to their freedom. I always find it really interesting to see what specific areas have been progressive even that far back in history. Those are the types of places I would want to live in.
Hilariously enough, the town is best known for being one of the largest producers of hair combs in the world. There were many comb factories in town, and they owe their financial stability and prosperity to the hair having population and barbers.
Another major innovation to come out of Leominster was one of the world’s greatest inventions, Tupperware. In 1938, Earl Tupper began producing his “Wonderbowl,” and it took off rapidly and now resides in a huge amount of the world’s kitchen areas.
Unfortunately there are currently no medical marijuana dispensaries located in town, but with the recent legalization of marijuana for recreational use in the state of Massachusetts, we hope that it will mean that some recreational shops will open their doors to the public in the area in the near future!
Come check out all that Leominster has to offer. It is a great place to relax and unwind! If you would like more information on Massachusetts Marijuana Laws, click here.
And if you would like to know where the nearest medical marijuana dispensary is located, it can be found by consulting our Massachusetts Dispensary Map & Directory.
Looking for a great place to stay? Our comprehensive Massachusetts Lodging Resource can be found by clicking here, and will always steer you in the right direction! Enjoy your stay in the Lobster State!