420-FRIENDLY YOGA IN PORTLAND
All attendees must be over 21. Classes taught by Stacey Mulvey of Denver, CO.
The yoga class is formatted so that participants can socialize and build community with each other, while doing an accessible yoga style. Stacey Mulvey is a gifted movement teacher who emphasizes a somatic approach to yoga, meaning we focus on the quality of your bodily experience, rather than the shape your body is making. You’ll receive education on the benefits of cannabinoids throughout the class, and get to meet a diverse group of like-minded people. You will feel accepted and encouraged to consider cannabis as integral to your healthy lifestyle.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
You must be at least 21 and show proof with ID at the door. (No ID, no entry. Please do not show up without your valid ID, you will be turned away and no refund will be offered)! This is a private event for subscribers of the Marijuasana newsletter.
Something came up, can I get my money back?
Please note this before signing up.
No refunds are offered unless the event is cancelled by the organizer. If you are unable to attend, you may get your money back up a week prior to the event, or transfer your ticket to another person but you may not get a refund. By making a purchase you are assuming the risk that some life event may prevent you from attending. Should you find you are unable to attend for any reason, do not expect to get your money back. (As an example: when you buy concert tickets and aren’t able to go, you don’t expect the box office to give you a refund).
What can I bring into the event?
BYO “C” and please also BYO yoga mat. Also recommended are a water bottle, and comfortable clothing.
What is the Cannabis Collaborative Conference?
The annual Cannabis Collaborative Conference is a show dedicated to growing the industry and connecting cannabis professionals.
CCC 4.0 Focus:
Our 2018 conference will focus on resources and knowledge to help your business become PROFITABLE in the coming year!
Show-Floor Areas Dedicated to Businesses Profitability – Energy Pavilion: Tips for saving money, New Technology, Cultivation Corner, Lifestyle, Retail, “Canna Help You”and much more.
OLCC – “Seed to Sale” training and licensing training
All State Outreach – We are inviting key representatives, lawmakers and businesses from across the USA for education, networking & collaboration.
30 Educational Sessions with up-to-date & relevant information.
Investor Forum & Investor speed-dating lounge.
Cannabis Connex– Connecting buyers and sellers of retail stores, properties, flower, oil, hemp etc.
Who else will be there?
The Cannabis Collaborative Conference attracts entrepreneurs, investors, experts, innovators, retailers, producers, processors, commercial cultivators, wholesalers, manufacturers, ancillary business supporters and funding specialists from the Pacific Northwest and around the nation.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will hold a Recreational Marijuana Program license renewal clinic in Portland to help current licensees complete the license renewal process.
The clinic sessions will be held at the Portland Expo Center on Wednesday January 24 and Thursday January 25, 2018. The clinics will run 9 AM to 3 PM.
The clinics are open to all licensees. One ticket is required for each license renewal; if you have more than one license to renew you need to register for a separate ticket at a different time for each license renewal.
- A Business Entity Questionnaire and completed and signed Individual Histories for all members and their spouses in the entity to be licensed
- Current Boundary Sketch
- Renewal Application Packet
- Current Premises Floor Plan (with cameras labeled and numbered)
What Might Be Required:
- Premises access documents (lease, deed) only if there has been a change to it since the previous licensing (examples: change to the lease terms; listed individuals no longer involved with the business)
- New Land Use Compatibility Statement (LUCS) only ifrequesting a larger canopy (example: from Tier 1 to Tier 2) or a change in canopy designation (example: currently approved for indoor but want to switch to mixed)
Appointments are scheduled for every 45 minutes; expect to take a minimum of two hours to complete the process.
Form of payment for license renewal: Cash, card (Debit or Credit; no pre-paid credit cards), or check; however if you pay with a check there will be a three week delay in issuing the license.
Register for the clinic here.