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February 11 - February 17
  • 11
    11.February.Sunday
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  • 12
    12.February.Monday

    2nd Annual Ark-La-Tex Cannabis Business Expo 2018

    10:00-23:00
    2018-02-12-2018-12-13

    Hosted by Liberty Defense Group MaryGold Laboratories Arkansas Cannabis Industry Association Tree of Life Seeds Imperious Expo + Directory Illegally Healed Vista Green Group, LLC  Urban-gro Ounce Magazine The Emerald Magazine and Drug Policy Education Group – Arkansas 

    1 Statehouse Plz, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201

    Imperious Expo and ACIA are co-hosting 2nd Annual Ark-La-Tex Cannabis Business Expo in Little Rock, Arkansas at the Statehouse Convention Center on December 12th and 13th, 2018. The show will spotlight the medical and industrial cannabis industry for two days with over 150 exhibits, 3000 attendees, and 40 speakers.

     

    Cannabis Open Carry Walk XXIV (Greenville)

    16:20-18:30
    2018-02-12

    Hosted by Cannabis Open Carry Walks

    This is a walk to educate the public about the lack of cannabis freedom we have here in Texas and how to get active to change that.

    We want recreational use and medical use come 2019, no questions ask.We want to open carry cannabis. We want to stop locking people in cages because of a plant. Especially when it exhibits marvelous Economic, Social, and Medical benefits!

    On walks, we pass out information to get people active in the fight to free the weed come 2019. We have literature, and signs to show our love and support for this amazing plant.

    Our goal is to be so consistent and everywhere, so much that there is no ignoring this movement. We are going to have walks 2-3 times a week, all over the state, in many cities.

    Anyone can be a part of this by simply organizing a walk in your area.

    We are not affiliated with any political group or any organization. We are free individuals, people that come from all walks of life. We are fed up with the lack of cannabis freedom and we are here to do something about it.

    Educate, love, lead by example.
    #FreeTheWeed2019

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    To be very clear, our marches will be peaceful, lawful, fun and family friendly. At no time will we be advertising or telling people to use cannabis on our marches.This movement has NOTHING to do with guns.

    These marches will not be a place to come use, buy or sell. The marches are to unite a strong front of people, network to build on that and achieve more cannabis freedom come 2019

  • 13
    13.February.Tuesday

    Vendor Day With Pure Bliss

    14:00-18:00
    2018-02-13

    Hosted by Nature’s Medicines Phoenix

    2439 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, Arizona 85009

    Stop by Nature’s Medicines today from 2-6pm to visit the kind people at Pure Bliss Medibles!
    420 Skin Care | Cannatails | Sweet Lucy’s |Olive And IVY

    Roxbury, MA | Cannabis Control Commission Public Hearing

    18:00-20:30
    2018-02-13

    Hosted by Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council

    Today at 6 PM – 8:30 PM
    2300 Washington St, Bolling Municipal Building, 2nd Floor, Roxbury, MA 02119

    The Cannabis Control Commission will be traveling around the state of Massachusetts on their LAST public listening tour before they finalize regulations for the Adult-Use cannabis industry. Topics of interest include licensing; operational requirements for cultivation, product manufacturing, retail sales and social consumption; delivery; compliance; enforcement; and administrative appeals.

    Public feedback is necessary in order to include some key provisions to the regulations, such as:

    * Include 1-Day and 3-Day cannabis event licenses: This would allow for small businesses who cannot afford a brick-and-mortar location to participate in social consumption events by renting a location. Many of these events arealready taking place such as infused dinners, bonfires, pot-&-paint nights, and festivals.

    * Include Non-brick-and-mortar delivery licenses: This would allow for small businesses who cannot afford a brick-and-mortar location to participate in retail sales. Many of these services already exist, this would provide a low-barrier to entry opportunity for people to transition into the legal market.

    * Allow BYOC (Bring Your Own Cannabis for events): Adults are allowed to gift homegrown marijuana, they should be able to consume their homegrown products at events.

    * Allow smoking in designated public consumption areas: Cigar bars and some social clubs allow indoor smoking, the same standard should be held for public marijuana smoking in designated areas.

    * Include net-worth as an indicator in the Equity Eligibility Program: Prioritized applicants should include those who don’t have access to large amounts of capital, so that non-wealthy residents are not left out of the legal industry.

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    Speakers are requested to provide a copy of their oral testimony. The Commission encourages all interested parties to submit testimony electronically to the following address: CannabisCommission@State.MA.US.

    Please submit electronic testimony as an attached Word document or as text within the body of an email and type “Draft Regulations” in the subject line. All submissions must include the sender’s full name and address.

    Be as specific as possible. The CCC is looking community members to share their personal testimonials, provide studies, analytical data, and concise recommendations to finalize this program. “The mission of the Cannabis Control Commission is to honor the will of the voters of Massachusetts by safely, equitably and effectively implementing and administering the laws enabling access to medical and adult use marijuana in the Commonwealth.”

    To call or leave a voicemail for the CCC, dial 617-701-8400.

  • 14
    14.February.Wednesday

    Danvers, MA | Cannabis Control Commission Public Hearing

    14:00-17:00
    2018-02-14

    Hosted by Massachusetts Recreational Consumer Council

     Tomorrow at 2 PM – 5 PM

    1 Ferncroft Road, North Shore Community College Math/Science Bldg Rm 119 , Danvers, MA 01923

    ** Rescheduled from Snow Cancellation on 2/7/2018**

    The Cannabis Control Commission will be traveling around the state of Massachusetts on their LAST public listening tour before they finalize regulations for the Adult-Use cannabis industry. Topics of interest include licensing; operational requirements for cultivation, product manufacturing, retail sales and social consumption; delivery; compliance; enforcement; and administrative appeals.

    Public feedback is necessary in order to include some key provisions to the regulations, such as:

    * Include 1-Day and 3-Day cannabis event licenses: This would allow for small businesses who cannot afford a brick-and-mortar location to participate in social consumption events by renting a location. Many of these events are already taking place such as infused dinners, bonfires, pot-&-paint nights, and festivals.

    * Include Non-brick-and-mortar delivery licenses: This would allow for small businesses who cannot afford a brick-and-mortar location to participate in retail sales. Many of these services already exist, this would provide a low-barrier to entry opportunity for people to transition into the legal market.

    * Allow BYOC (Bring Your Own Cannabis for events): Adults are allowed to gift homegrown marijuana, they should be able to consume their homegrown products at events.

    * Allow smoking in designated public consumption areas: Cigar bars and some social clubs allow indoor smoking, the same standard should be held for public marijuana smoking in designated areas.

    * Include net-worth as an indicator in the Equity Eligibility Program: Prioritized applicants should include those who don’t have access to large amounts of capital, so that non-wealthy residents are not left out of the legal industry.

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    Speakers are requested to provide a copy of their oral testimony. The Commission encourages all interested parties to submit testimony electronically to the following address: CannabisCommission@State.MA.US.

    Please submit electronic testimony as an attached Word document or as text within the body of an email and type “Draft Regulations” in the subject line. All submissions must include the sender’s full name and address.

    Be as specific as possible. The CCC is looking community members to share their personal testimonials, provide studies, analytical data, and concise recommendations to finalize this program. “The mission of the Cannabis Control Commission is to honor the will of the voters of Massachusetts by safely, equitably and effectively implementing and administering the laws enabling access to medical and adult use marijuana in the Commonwealth.”

    To call or leave a voicemail for the CCC, dial 617-701-8400.

  • 15
    15.February.Thursday

    The Emerald Conference

    10:00-23:32
    2018-02-15-2018-02-16
    The Emerald Conference is the most technical and comprehensive
    science conference in the cannabis industry.

    The Emerald Conference is devoted to the free exchange of ideas and fresh insights on topics like cannabis analytical testing, inter-lab comparisons, extraction, and industry best practices. Whether you are a clinician, testing lab owner, cultivator, extractor & producer professional, policy maker, dispensary operator, or an analytical chemist, the Emerald Conference will educate and illuminate with an atmosphere of collaboration and partnership.

    Industry expert speakers will inform and share the latest research, vendors will showcase and demonstrate cutting edge technologies, and networking opportunities will create new business and partnership opportunities.
    – Oldest and best conference in the cannabis industry devoted exclusively to the science of cannabis
    – Targeted Q&A discussion panels
    – Daily receptions for attendee/sponsor networking
    – Covered by national and international print and electronic media outlets

    Monthly Meeting-Meet & Greet Jeremy Scott Hobbs, Cty Counc Can

    18:00-20:00
    2018-02-15

    Hosted by Peachtree NORML of Columbus, Ga.

    Thursday at 6 PM – 8 PM

    6100 Veterans Pkwy, Columbus, Georgia 31909

    Join us for our monthly meeting as we introduce City Council Candidate Jeremy Scott Hobbs for District 7. We will have a Q&A session following. Good food, great people and tons of knowledge and fun! I will also have some awesome Hemper raffles!

  • 16
    16.February.Friday

    Cannabis for Migraines Free Live Webinar by Dr. Michele Ross

    11:00-12:30
    2018-02-16

    Hosted by IMPACT Network and Dr. Michele Ross

    Friday, February 16 at 11 AM – 12:30 PM MST
    Denver, Colorado

    Learn about if cannabis is right for migraine headache this Friday. Please register for this FREE live webinar.

    IMPACT Network Executive Director Dr. Michele Ross will provide an overview of how cannabis, CBD and other alternative treatments can help you live a healthier and happier life with migraine headache. Not only is a Dr. Ross a neuroscientist who studies cannabis, she’s also a patient who uses cannabis to prevent and treat her migraine headaches.

    This talk is for both women and men with migraine headache, healthcare professionals, caregivers of patients with migraine headache, and those who want to learn more about cannabinoid medicine.

    AGENDA
    -Intro to Migraine Headache and Traditional Pharmaceutical Treatments
    -How Cannabinoids Can Regulate Migraine Headache
    -CBD or Cannabis Treatment Guidelines for Migraine Headache
    -Kratom & Other Treatments for Migraine Headache
    -Patient Support & Research Opportunities with IMPACT Network

    Dr. Ross invites women who attend this talk to join IMPACT Network’s new app for women who use cannabis. wYou can be matched with other women in your city with migraine headache for peer-mentoring, and you can get involved in clinical research studies.

    Women only, please join our new app on the web atcommunity.impactcannabis.org, on the Apple App store at:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/impact-cannabis/id1327103989, and at the Google Play store at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mightybell.impactnetwork.

    High Society - Networking & St Valentine's Masquerade Pre-Party

    18:00-20:00
    2018-02-16

    Hosted by The Rec Book and WorCann

    Friday at 6 PM – 8 PM
    26 Millbury St, Worcester, Massachusetts 01610

    Join WorCann as we host an evening of networking for local cannabis industry professionals, sponsored by The Rec Book.
    Central MA High Society meets on the third Friday every month at Electric Haze in Worcester.

    This month, our social will double as a networking pre-party for our St. Valentine’s Feast & Masquerade Ball. Do your business in the evening, then party all night!

    21+
    $10 Adv or Door
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/worcann-presents-high-society-tickets-42829428975
    Ticket to Masquerade Ball just $75 for attendees of this event!
    RSVP for ticket deal at worcestercannabiscommunity@gmail.com

    Complimentary raffle ticket with entry
    Win a pair of tickets to the ball!

    Social networking & Happy Hour 6PM-8PM
    Join us afterwards at the Masquerade Ball from 8-?
    at our secret location in Worcester.

    Raffle Sponsored By
    13 Folds Magazine
    More TBA!

    Contact worcestercannabiscommunity@gmail.com with inquiries about sponsorship.

    No cannabis is for sale at this event and all activities are compliant with MA state law.

  • 17
    17.February.Saturday

    Seed to Sale Show

    All day
    2018-02-17-2018-02-18

    Taking place in Denver, CO on February 7-8, 2017, Seed to Sale Show is the only national show focused solely on innovative best practices, science, and cutting edge technology surrounding the whole life cycle of the cannabis plant grown, processed, and sold in a regulated market.

    Hear Lagunitas Founder and CEO, Tony Magee, deliver the keynote address to 3,000+ of the nation’s leading cannabis professionals. Magee is expected to draw parallels between the two highly-regulated industries and share his experiences after more than 25 years.

    Cannabis Basic Training pt 2-Medical Marijuana 101

    10:00-14:00
    2018-02-17

    Hosted by Women Grow Connecticut CannaHealth Truth_Is_Scary

     955 Connecticut Ave #4B, Bridgeport, CT 06607-1204, United States
    Cannabis Consultants of CT present
    Cannabis Basic Training part 2- Medical Marijuana 101
    with Kebra Smith-Bolden
    Saturday February 17, 2018
    800 Union Ave
    Bridgeport CT –
    10am-2pm

    A lot of people have never used cannabis, or are coming back to it after a long time. This course touches on the science of cannabis, the conditions it can help, talking to doctors, using cannabis, the makeup of the plant, civics and the cannabis industry. The course is an overview of cannabis as a medicine and everything a person would want to know about its therapeutic uses and implementation.

    Kebra Smith-Bolden is a Registered Nurse who has always had a passion for work in the field of health. Her career journey spans over 22 years which began as a young CNA to LPN specializing in the area of Homecare with a passion for community to an exceedingly skillful RN who has always held the highest standard of care for her patients. Referred to as the “Marijuana Guru in CT” by Hot 93 7’s Nancy Barrow, Kebra has taken the Cannabis Industry in Connecticut by force, as much as she is one to be reckoned with.

    Kebra received her Certification in Cannabis Studies from the Northeastern Institute of Cannabis (NIC) in Natick, MA and has expertise in Cannabis from seed to sale and Medical Marijuana as a Healthcare Provider. She is a member of the Connecticut Coalition to Regulate Marijuana and organization that advocates for development within the industry, provides opportunities for diversified marketing, promotes safe and sensible regulations to protect the environment, safeguards public health and safety, and prevents youth marijuana use. In addition, Kebra is a member of The Minority Cannabis Business Association, whose mission is to create equal access and economic empowerment for Cannabis Businesses, their patients, and the communities most affected by the war on drugs. Finally, Kebra is the CEO of both Cannabis Consultants of Connecticut and CannaHealth, A Division of The Healing Choice, LLC.

    *Cost: Single Class- $195, All 6 classes-$995
    Includes: Class materials, Competency Exam, Certificate of Completion, Resume workshop
    *20% discount available for Veterans, Patients,Students, NORML, SSDP members

    Contact: info@ctcannconsulting.com – Phone: (203) 691-7081

    Space is limited, Reserve today!

    Other Classes include::
    Cannabis Science
    Dispensary/Patient Services
    Cannabis Law
    Cannabis Business & Entrepreneurship

    Reef Proudly Presents The AZ Debut of the Exotikz Strains

    11:00-13:00
    2018-02-17

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    HEMP Fest

    20:00-02:00
    2018-02-17-2018-02-18

    Hosted by UGA Students for Sensible Drug Policy

    Saturday at 8 PM – 2 AM
    Feb 17 at 8 PM to Feb 18 at 2 AM
    198a Little Street, Athens Ga

    H.E.M.P = Help End Marijuana Prohibtion

    Join Students for Sensible Drug Policy for a night full of live music. drinks, and a good time! Free food and drinks on a first come first serve basis. We’ll have a keg (Valid ID required), but feel free to BYOB in case we run out.

    $3 admission

    All funds will go towards UGA’s Students for Sensible Drug Policy. Come talk to us about the issues that surround the drug war and we’ll give you free stickers and literature. We’ll also be selling bottle openers, books, and tickets for some special prizes. Cash, card and venmo accepted.

    Bands:
    -Guest Room
    -King Israel
    -Princess 
    -The Oddie Oddio
    -Charlie Zero

    MORE INFO TO COME