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ing poles. For what to bring, check out the list, but for important issues, like if you are on a certain medication or have a health condition, make sure you bring enough to last you the trip and let your friends know what’s up ahead of time in case of an emergency. Speaking of emergencies, make sure you plan your money situation. Bring enough for the event and travel. Separate your money in different places on you and in your belongings so if you lose some, you don’t lose everything.

PACking Before you even think about picking up anything, check the weather forecast to see what’s going to happen so you can pack items to help with the rain or pack shirts or sweaters. If you want to pack festival wear or leave room in your bag to buy some at the festival, check out the information box for info on where to get local goodies from the Su-Fu Collective booth. Things to bring: -A Attire to fit the weather. Pack lightly, though. You might also find some cool clothes on location (but make sure to

(L to R) Mike Smith, Lee Walsh, Nesjua , and Angie Walsh. All four are wearing clothes produced by the Su-Fu Collective which are sold at Common Sense in Sioux Falls and will be sold at music festivals throughout the region. have extra outfits in case of weather elements). -T Toiletries: several rolls of toilet paper, women’s sanitary items (if necessary),

toothpaste, toothbrush, hair brush (if that’s the look you’re going for), shampoo, conditioner, deodorant (for the sake of others), hand sanitizer, and wet wipes (so you don’t have to shower often).

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, consider your options.

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