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  • Florida Medical Cannabis Conference and Trade Show
    All day
    2018-06-01-2018-06-03

  • CannaCon Detroit
    10:00-17:00
    2018-06-01

    Hosted by CannaCon

    Jun 1 at 10 AM to Jun 2 at 5 PM

    1 Washington Blvd, Detroit, Michigan 48226

    CannaCon One of the Largest Cannabis Business to Business Expo’s in the Nation is Coming to Detroit!
    Unlock the potential of the emerging cannabis industry for your business at CannaCon Detroit. The wealth of connections you’ll make, along with educational workshops and access to leading industry knowledge, will position you among the first entrepreneurs to grow with the thriving cannabis industry in Michigan.

  • Grand Opening
    10:00-16:00
    2018-06-01

    Hosted by Hempfulfarms Chico

     Friday, June 1 at 9 AM – 4 PM PDT
    Hempfulfarms Chico

    169 Cohasset Rd Suite 1, Chico, California 95926

    We are opening Chico’s One stop Hemp shop on June 1st! Come join us for giveaways, raffles, and door prizes as we share our 30 plus hemp items for you and your pets.

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  • CannaFest Northampton
    11:00-17:00
    2018-06-09-2018-06-10

    Hosted by New England Cannabis Convention

    Jun 9 at 11 AM to Jun 10 at 5 PM

    41 Fair St, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060

    NECANN’s first Cannabis lifestyle event is HERE!!! marc@necann.com for info

  • Candyland
    12:00
    2018-06-09

    Hosted by Candyland

    Saturday, June 9 at 12 PM – 10 PM PDT

    1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa, California 95404

    Candyland is a once in a lifetime edible themed experience. Unlike any other cannabis event ever produced, you can take a trip through an epically infused paradise. Lounge at the CBD bar or take a stroll through the medicated wonderland.

    -Music by Mendo Dope Band, more TBA.
    -Cannabis Competition hosted by Cherry Kola Farms TBA.
    -Educational speakers from the industries leaders.
    -CBD Bar brought to you by Liquid CBD.
    -Dab Pong Tournaments presented by GoDerMagazine.

    Sponsors: Cherry Kola, Xtractology, Higher Confections, Revolution Emporium, Liquid CBD, and many more!!

    *This is a private medical cannabis event, at this time you must have a valid California ID and Doctors recommendation to enter.

  • SAFER FEST 2018
    14:00-02:00
    2018-06-09-2018-06-10

    Hosted by Safer Arizona 2018 TiffArballoProductions Misplaced Management

    Jun 9 at 2 PM to Jun 10 at 2 AM MST

    13825 N 32nd St, Ste 32, Phoenix, Arizona 85032

    SAFER FEST 2018 is a 1 day festival that will focus mainly on gathering the remaining amount of signatures needed to LEGALIZE ADULT USE OF CANNABIS IN ARIZONA and Expunge and Release ALL Non Violent 420 POWs. SAFER FEST 2018 will include 15+ live entertainment acts from several local and touring bands (TBA). A live glass blower, several vendors, on site custom t-shirt printing, delicious food, awesome drink specials, local onsite dispensaries, outdoor activities, cannabis education and a Special VIP Tent that will be available to card holders. All of this is taking place to gather the FINAL amount of petition signatures needed to Legalize Adult Use Of Cannabis In Arizona and to bring the community together to make more people aware of the benefits of legalizing adult use of cannabis.
    The event is 18+
    21+ Bar w/ID
    Tickets – Available Soon!

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  • June 20: Massachusetts’ Expanding Cannabis Economy
    19:30-22:00
    2018-06-20

    Hosted by State House News Service

    July, 2oth at 7:30 AM – 10 AM

    10 Winter Place, Boston, Massachusetts 02108

    Jobs, Entrepreneurship, Tourism, and the Challenges Ahead:
    A Mass CBA Economic Forum

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/massachusetts-expanding-cannabis-economy-tickets-45934798218

    With Massachusetts’ new era of legalization only weeks away, its full economic impact has gone largely unexplored and unappreciated. Thousands of new jobs will be created. Soon, tourists will flock in from all over the world. Meanwhile, hundreds of new businesses are in the process of formation, and they are creating the need for a wide range of services, from construction and security to trucking and accounting.

    Is Massachusetts ready for the onslaught of economic activity, and is the scope of the new industry fully understood?

    An important new trade group — the Massachusetts Cannabis Business Association (MassCBA) — has been formed to provide focus on education, best practices and broader appreciation for the emerging industry. Join the State House News Forum — the events division of the State House News Service — and co-host MassCBA to hear industry leaders who will explore the widespread business potential of the Massachusetts cannabis economy.

    Opening remarks: Shawn Collins, Executive Director, Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission

    Panel 1: Cannabis and the Massachusetts Economic Impact: Are We Ready?

    A panel of experts will discuss the expanding cannabis industry’s statewide reach in the years ahead, including investment, job growth, and tourism and the need to anticipate a wide range of new business activity.

    Panel 2: Sizing Up Entrepreneurship Opportunities in a New Industry

    As business formation in the Massachusetts cannabis industry expands, where’s the action and what are the obstacles? A panel of business experts on the front lines of the industry weigh in. Panelists include Rob Hunt, founder of Shingle Hill, A Cannabis Consultancy, and Shaleen Title, a commissioner with the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, and Keith Cooper, CEO of Revolutionary Clinics. A full lineup of panelists and moderators will be announced shortly.

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  • Marijuasana – YOGA DAY in Boston!
    12:00-18:00
    2018-06-21-2018-06-24

    Hosted by Marijuasana

    Jun 21 at 12 PM to Jun 24 at 6 PM

    Yoga Day in Boston! Marijuasana is throwing a huge event for International Yoga Day, declared by the United Nations to recognize yoga’s contribution to the benefit of humanity. Celebrate Yoga Day with Marijuasana on June 21, with events all weekend.

    This is a 420-friendly event, in a former yoga studio located in Back Bay.

    Please email stacey@marijuasana.com if your question is not answered below, and sign up for the events newsletter at:

    http://eepurl.com/cSIzlb

  • Herban Connection
    18:00-20:00
    2018-06-21

    Hosted by Equitable Opportunities NOW

    June 21st at 6:30 PM – 8 PM
    Black Market

    2136 Washington Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts 02119

    Recently approved for Economic Empowerment Priority certification?
    A person of color interested in the Cannabis Industry?
    Building a team for your licenses or ancillary company?
    A person with a marijuana related criminal record?

    If you answered Yes to any of these, come join us at EON’s Herban Connection!

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  • Cannabis Marketing DIY Sesh
    09:00-13:00
    2018-06-22

    Celeste Miranda, CEO of The Cannabis Marketing Lab, will be presenting a seminar on marketing for the cannabis industry. Celeste will be joined by Haylee Koblenski, TCML’s VP of Marketing, bringing parallel’s from her vast experience in the wine and alcohol industry. Celeste and Haylee will go over federal and state advertising restrictions, how to position your cannbis business for maximum exposure, how to stand out over the competion as well as tips and tricks that Celeste has learned over the past 8 years in this fast moving industry. Best of all… Celeste is doing it as part of her “giving back” series and it’s completely free.

    Hyatt House at Anaheim Resort/Convention Center, 1800 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, USA
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  • Cannabis Cultivation and Extraction Best Practices
    18:00-21:30
    2018-06-28

    Hosted by Cannabis Community Care and Research Network

    Thursday, June 28 at 6 PM – 9:30 PM

    321 Main St, Worcester, Massachusetts 01608

    Virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE), powered by C3RN

    2018 Cannabis Science, Education, and Networking Series

    Join us June 28, 2018 for Cannabis Cultivation and Extraction: Standards and Best Practices

    If you are student, contact Joseph Gilmore for a FREE ticket! joe@massreccouncil.com

    Location: Mechanics Hall (Upstairs) – 321 Main St, Worcester, MA 01608

    Event Schedule

    6:00 – 6:30 Registration and Networking

    6:30 – 8:00 Speakers

    8:00 – 9:30 Networking and Interactive Education Station Walk

    Speakers

    Sam Milton – Principal – Climate Resources Group
    Tim Keough – CEO – AmeriCann
    George W. Hightower – Director of Business Development – Stalk&Bean
    Pete Glantz – Founder – Howls Tinctures
    Gene Ray – Lab Manager and Asst. Formulation Scientist – Garden Remedies
    David Vaillencourt – Chief Operations Officer – Orion GMP
    Co-host – Randy MacCaffrie – Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer – C3RN
    Co-host – Dr. Nigam Arora – Chief Scientific Officer – C3RN

    Event Topic

    Panelists will cover topics including:

    Sustainable cultivation standards, compliance, and operating procedures for small and large cultivation operations
    Efficient and evidence based extraction chemistry methods
    Standards for scoring sustainable energy use and best practices under new regulations
    Indoor vs. outdoor considerations
    Optimal Lighting and HVAC systems for maximizing yield in Massachusetts and New England

    What can you expect?

    Expert speakers
    Networking with cultivators, policy makers, academics, scientists, healthcare providers, and cannabis industry leaders
    Interactive education stations that provide opportunities to learn about cannabis science, research, and policy
    Event report summary emailed post event
    Hors d’oeuvres and bar
    Live Music

    Who will be there?

    Local cannabis businesses, advocacy groups, cultivators, students, patients, clinical, public health, academic, policy, advocacy, consumer, and community leaders

    What’s the cost?

    Ticket price: Early bird $30 until June 23; Regular Price: $40. Medical cannabis patients, seniors, nonprofits get 40% off!

    Are you a student? Contact Joe Gilmore at joe@massreccouncil.com for a FREE TICKET!

    We also encourage sponsoring a ticket for someone who cannot afford it

    THANK YOU TO OUR 2018 C3RN EVENT SERIES SPONSORS!

    MCR Labs, Revolutionary Clinics, NETA, Seaweed Technologies, Sira Naturals, Rise Dispensaries, Bask Fairhaven, Orion, NECANN, Sensi, Phylos Bioscience, The Harvest Cup, Mass Cannabis Chefs, Green Lion Partners, and the Boston University BUild Lab!

    Thank you to Boston Solar for sponsoring this event!

    Interested in being a sponsor for this event or others in our series? Visit: www.cannacenterofexcellence.org/sponsor to participate and have a booth at the next C3RN event!

    January – June 2018 Event Series Details

    January 2018 – How can we advance cannabis research?

    The opportunities for cannabis cultivation, laboratory, clinical, social, and public health research in Massachusetts

    February 2018 – Community first!

    Models and best practices for ensuring engagement and equitable access, consumption, and integration in the industry in Massachusetts

    March 2018 – Research collaborations from seed to bedside

    Medical cannabis cultivation, clinical care, and research models in Massachusetts

    April 2018 – The relationship between cannabis and opioids: prevention and treatment

    Addressing the opioid epidemic using cannabis as a tool in Massachusetts

    May 2018 – Cannabis Cultivation and Extraction: Standards and Best Practices

    Creating pathways for multi-sectorial collaboration to advance cannabis science, education, and innovation in Massachusetts

    June 2018 – A community-led cannabis research ecosystem

    Advancing the medical and adult-use cannabis research agenda in the Commonwealth

    Learn More and Sign Up for Updates:

    www.cannacenterofexcellence.org

    The virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE), powered by Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN), is a group like minded cannabis industry, advocacy, academic, public health, clinical, patient, policy, and community experts that embrace open-source principles to drive collaborative science in the cannabis industry.

    This event series is powered by Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN)

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  • Cannabis Education Village
    08:00-13:00
    2018-06-29

    Friday, June 29 at 8 AM
    Hyannis

    Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601

    FIRST TIME EVER – MEET THE INDUSTRY –
    CANNABIS PROFESSIONALS EDUCATION VILLAGE

    “LET’S RECONNECT’ – MEET CANNABIS INDUSTRY’S BEST

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  • Pioneer Valley Cannabis Industry Summit II
    12:00-15:00
    2018-06-30

    Hosted by Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council

    Saturday, June 30 at 12 PM – 3 PM

    413 Main St, Holyoke, MA 01040-5609, United States

    Pioneer Valley Cannabis Industry Summit II

    June 30th, 2018

    12 PM to 3 PM

    Nueva Esperanza Hall

    413 Main Street, Holyoke MA

    Admission $15 in advance or $20 at the door (limit 75)

    Vendor exhibit tables available for $100 (limit 5)

    Hosted By:

    Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council

    Sponsored By:

    Boston Bud Factory

    Doors open at 12 speakers being at 12:30

    Speakers:

    Alex Morse or Damian Cote: Holyoke’s Developing Cannabis Industry 12:30PM -12:45PM

    Will Reichelt: Cannabis Industry Potential in West Springfield 12:45PM-1:00PM

    Nicole LaChapelle: Easthampton Cannabis activity and Economic Development 1:00PM – 1:15PM

    Chairman Hoffman speaks on license + applications status 1:15PM-1:45PM

    Ezra Parzybok and Veronica Valez, medical use patient testimonial 1:45PM-1:50PM

    Break 1:50PM-2:00PM

    Ask an Expert Tables for networking and questions after speakers finish

    Application Process

    Dick Evans + Mark Jarvis Attorney

    Social Equity Program

    Sonia Erika, Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council

    Accounting Services:

    Charlotte Cathro, CPA

    Medical Consultations

    Sarah Dansereau, RN

    Boston Bud Factory Wellness Consultations

    Medical Testimonials

    Kinser Cancelmo and Veronica Valez