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  • 02


    Hosted by Wine and Weed Symposium and Wine Industry Network

    Thursday, August 2 at 7:30 AM – 4:45 PM PDT

    170 Railroad Street, Santa Rosa, California 95401

    The legalization of recreational cannabis use will undoubtedly have an impact on the wine industry, but how? In what ways might the two industries work together, and where could conflicts arise? Can the two industries learn for each other and establish a dialogue?

    The 2nd Annual North Coast Wine & Weed Symposium will address those questions and more. Topics will be focused on new rules and regulations, discussing the potential impact of canna-tourism on wine as well as highlighting collaborative opportunities between the two industries, like wine and cannabis events. In addition, this year will feature dedicated sessions for cannabis industry attendees to learn from their wine counterparts, specifically on direct to consumer marketing as well as distribution strategies and distributor management.

    The conference will feature experts from both industries along with 40 tabletop exhibitors and will include breakfast, a beautiful outdoor lunch buffet, specially prepared by the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country Chef. Attendees will also have the opportunity to take part in a special end-of-day networking social featuring local wines.

    For more information on speakers, topics & tickets please visit: http://wine-weed.com/nc/symposium.php

  • 04

    Saturday, August 4 at 9 AM – 2 PM PDT

    Hosted by The 420 Games

    Golden Gate Park 1 Music Concourse Dr San Francisco, CA 94118

    Presented by Native OG

    Where: Golden Gate Park Bandshell
    When: Saturday, August 4th, 2018 | 9am – 2pm

    This is where it all started! Join professional athletes from the NFL, NBA, MLB and UFC as well as cannabis activists, advocates and enthusiasts and check out booths from the best companies in the industry!

    The 420 Games is about coming together to advocate that cannabis is medicine and to help crush the false image of the “lazy stoner”. We come together to practice yoga, run 4.20 miles, multiple athletic competitions, listen to pro athletes speak and enjoy music in a beautiful setting within Golden Gate Park.

    Starting Saturday morning at 9:00am, those that wish to join us the 4.20 mile course will line up to enjoy an beautiful course around the Stowe Lake. You can Walk, Jog, Skate or Bike the course!

    At 10 am after the 4.20 miler ends, we will have a live DJ and Lagunitas Beer Garden, where we will have 2 hours of Beer Tasting from 11am to 1pm, enlightening music, educational speeches, some comedy stand-up, and industry sponsors and exhibitors!

    Get your tickets now, availability is limited.

  • 04


    Hosted by MassCann/NORML

    Saturday, August 4 at 3 PM – 11 PM
    G-Tek Labs

    28 Damrell Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02127

    This event offers an exclusive networking opportunity to Economic Empowerment Applicants & Investors in Massachusetts Cannabis industry. This new-to-being-legal market needs some demystifying in several areas. Capital is hard to come by because few banking institutions & investors are willing to work with canna-businesses. Attorneys & Realtors can provide answers to questions like, how does zoning work? How do town policies reflect state regulations & are they different?

    If you are an Economic Empowerment Applicant who received confirmation from the CCC of approval, please contact the organizers through the event link.

    If you would like to support communities disproportionately impacted by prohibition by sponsoring this event, please see the proposal here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-lX8AtjFiM-krKkljlY5Kk3bLh7yveT1

  • 17


    Hosted by Seattle Hempfest

     3 Dates · Aug 17 – Aug 19 · PDT
    Seattle Hempfest

    3130 Alaska Way, Seattle, Washington 98121

    Join us Friday August 17, High noon – 8 PM & Saturday/Sunday August 18 – 19, 10:00 am – 8:00 PM for three days of more freedom than you’ll find anyplace else on earth!

    Our 4 stages will feature hundreds of bands & speakers to entertain and feed your brain knowledge about cannabis law reform and where we are with our burgeoning legalization. Our Stage Schedules arehttps://www.hempfest.org/festival/schedule/

    Seattle’s Hempfest features ~400 vending booths along 3 gorgeous Seattle waterfront parks. You can check out our Vendor Directoryhttps://www.hempfest.org/festival/directory/

    Have you booked your stay yet? Or having trouble to find the best deal? Well, we have you covered! HERE is an accommodation map where you can find the best deals for your stay and being close to the action. Book ASAP! Rooms are filling fast! https://www.hempfest.org/festival/accommodations/

    Our new NO WAIT entrance, The West Thomas Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass, is accessible at 3rd Ave W & W Harris Streets just north of Seattle Center. This new entrance has great parking potential being just 4 blocks north of Key Arena. It’ll take you across the busy Elliot & Western Avenues, and drop you right in Main Stage! Take The West Thomas Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass!

    Do you want a safe and secure place to store your things while you attend Seattle Hempfest? Personal lockers will be available so you can free up your hands and avoid losing any personal items during the fest. They’re only $15 and need to be booked in advance before they sell out! Full infohttps://www.hempfest.org/festival/locker-rental/

    General attendee information https://www.hempfest.org/festival/attendees/

    Want to vend? Full info https://www.hempfest.org/get-involved/vending/

    Seattle Hempfest is free, but free speech is not. Suggested donation is $10 per day – remember to give as the Hempfest you save is your own!

  • 17


    Hosted by Pot4Parents and Colorado’s Cannabis Festival

    Aug 17 at 4:20 PM to Aug 19 at 4:20 PM MDT

    *1.8.18 Note: we are planning a one-of-a-kind event ~ The Nations First Family Friendly Cannabis Festival, please be patient as we fine tune the details. #CannabisFamilies

    Our desire is to show Cannabis, in a light not representative of the typical stoner, marijuana stigma.

    Instead emphasizing on Cannabis Families, Cannabis Education and Cannabis Awareness.

    We are overcoming the malicious dark cloud that has plagued the beauty of Cannabis for 80 years.