Cannabis consumption in most public venues is still not allowed in states with legal adult use, making it a challenge to organize cananbis themed events for large groups of people.
Puff, Pass & Paint class being offered by Denver based painter Heidi Keyes, which will be coming to both Seattle and Portland in December of this year. Keyes began offering these cannabis infused painting classes in 2014, in an attempt to create an atmosphere where all types of people can come together and relax, and get their creative juices flowing.
“What sets New West Summit apart from other cannabis business conferences is the extreme focus on new and disruptive technologies,” McAlpine told the SF Gate. “We are going to show the marketplace how tech will be a key component in the integration of cannabis to mainstream culture.”
The conference was sponsored by the International Cannabis Association, and was held September 16-18th at the Convention Center in downtown LA. The CWCBExpo hosted 60 exhibitor booths, 50+ seminars, and two extra days of Add-On Workshops, including an Investor Summit.
New changes are in store for patients in California. According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, the new regulations for cannabis-related businesses in California are in.
Located inside the Twitter building in San Francisco, hundreds of tech and cannabis startups recently competed at the latest @420 Pitch event. @420 Pitch is a Shark Tank-type competition sponsored by the WeedClub, a professional network for cannabis.