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  • Cannabis Couples Yoga & Massage Weekend Retreat
    15:00-12:00
    2017-11-03-2017-11-05

    Watch your relationship blossom into greater intimacy, trust, and connection as you experience the joys of couples yoga, couples massage & ganja yoga with your beloved. We will spend a weekend being marijuana connoisseurs, pairing Colorado’s best cannabis products with a unique blend of yoga & massage. Be a part of an intimate group of just 9 couples, in a safe, friendly environment.


    Take the journey through three delicious 2-hour partner yoga & partner massage sessions. Expect to learn slow, intentional yoga and massage moves and couples meditation. Classes are designed for all yoga skill levels. 

  • Legalized: Justice for Jawara
    19:00-23:30
    2017-11-03

    Hosted by Eric Schwartz

    18 Palmer St, Roxbury, MA 02119-2463, United States

    Reggae and Revolution.

    Order Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/legalized-justice-for-jawara-tickets-38613622384

    There would be no cannabis legalization movement without Peter Tosh and Jawara McIntosh. Massachusetts has “legalized it”, but there is still much work to do. Join us in celebration of legalization and help us raise money and awareness for the McIntosh Family.

    On February 21, 2017, Jawara McIntosh, son of legendary Reggae legend Peter Tosh, was beaten into a coma while serving a six month jail sentence for a marijuana related offense. The McIntosh family is seeking the Department of Justice to conduct an independent investigation into the circumstances of the beating.

    We of the legalization movement believe Jawara never should have been in jail. We are seeking justice for Jawara. All proceeds will go to the McIntosh family.

    Live music from the Dis N Dat Band; Dub DJ, Selassie Selectah, from WZBC 90.3FM; Bring your own cannabis; Thoughts from activists; Words from the McIntosh family.

    Date: Friday, November 3rd

    Time: 7PM – 11:30PM

    Cost: $25

    Location: The Inner Sanctum, 18 Palmer Street, Boston, MA 02119

    Order Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/legalized-justice-for-jawara-tickets-38613622384

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  • 5 Years Later: Colorado Amendment 64
    18:00-21:00
    2017-11-06

    Please join us in Denver, Colorado to listen and engage with the five principals who ran the Amendment 64 campaign.

    MPP’s founder and executive director, Rob Kampia, joins Betty Aldworth, Steve Fox, Mason Tvert, and Brian Vicente in conversation during this exclusive fireside chat, where they’ll recount stories that have never been told in public. With the benefit of five years’ hindsight, these five pioneers will assess what they assumed to be true, what turned out not to be true, or what wasn’t known at all in 2011 and 2012 when the landmark initiative was drafted and promoted to a suspicious public.

    All throughout, these five activists will respond to unscripted and uncensored questions from members of the audience, some of whom will also receive surprise, special recognition from the folks onstage.

    Five or six leading politicians and canna-business leaders will also speak at the microphone for three minutes apiece, which mathematically illustrates that the night will not comprise a collective filibuster. Rather, this dinner event will constitute an interactive “group conversation” that will surely require one of the event’s biggest sponsors to serve as referee, aka emcee.

    Location: TBA

    Agenda:

    6:00-7:00 p.m. – Reception

    7:00-9:00 p.m. – Dinner, fireside chat with Q&A, and short remarks from 5-6 elected officials and canna-business leaders

    When it comes to Amendment 64, our five featured speakers quite literally wrote the law; other states that have since passed similar laws have followed the legislative blueprints created in Colorado in 2012 – as well as legislatively before and after that election.

    Since passage of the Colorado and Washington laws, six more states have legalized marijuana for adult use, and more than half the country now has access to medical marijuana.

    Marijuana policy reform is no longer a third-rail issue, and we owe that accomplishment in large part to the five people who will be sitting on stage with us this November 6.

    If you have questions or would like more information about the event, please contact Stephanie Izquieta at sizquieta@mpp.org or 202-905-2021.

    All proceeds benefit MPP, the largest organization in the U.S. that’s focused solely on ending marijuana prohibition.

    Hosted by Marijuana Policy Project

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  • The Hemp Supper Event/Fundraising for commercial equipment needs
    16:00-21:00
    2017-11-11

    Hosted by Hemp Way Foods and SoHi Gallery

    Hemp Way Foods needs several pieces of commercial equipment for us to achieve our retail distribution goals. We are hosting a hemp food fundraiser/supper to assist us in purchasing this needed equipment.
    Hemp appetizers & Silent Auction 4-6pm
    Hemp buffet (dinner & hemp dessert) 6-7:30pm
    Silent Auction wrap-up 7:30-8:30
    We will serve a variety of Hemp plant based options ranging from hemp hummus pinwheels & hemp nachos to italian “sausage” lasagna to hemp burgers and of course hemp desserts. Flora’s Mercantile providing hemp tea & CBD cookies. Kitchen Queen (Sarah Gordon) providing hemp desserts.
    Please contact Carla Boyd 720.205.2100 if intersted in a $100
    small business sponsorship or donating an item for the silent auction.
    If you cant make the event buy a virtual seat and view the party on a live FB feed, we definately appreciage the support.
    Only 75 tickets available, purchase your ticket at eventbright.com

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  • International Conference on Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids
    08:00-17:00
    2017-11-22-2017-11-24

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    International Conference on Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids is a step towards legalization of, and safe access to, medical cannabis. The main aim of the conference is to bring the latest information and best practices on the introduction of medical cannabis into modern evidence-based medicine and to help to establish the use of medical cannabis as a standard medical procedure. To achieve its aim, the Prague conference on medical cannabis and cannabinoids is designed as an open forum for scientists and other experts, for practitioners in the field such as medical doctors, pharmacists, medical nurses and other paramedical staff, for patient activists, for decision makers and business persons, for the general public and, last but not least, for the media.

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