MRCC’S Top 5 Cannabis Events For February 2020

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Stay connected with your local cannabis industry.

Each month, MRCC compiles a list of the top 5 cannabis events happening in Massachusetts. These events often provide opportunities to expand your network, access educational seminars, workshops, recreational gatherings, and festivals in Massachusetts. Scroll down to see what's in store for this month.

1. Cannabis Lovefest

SUNDAY February 9, 2020 @ 6:00pm-9:00pm

RSVP for private address.

The House Club featuring MRCC is bringing The Cannabis Lovefest, an explorative experience of mental health, self care, and cannabis. Join us for a celebration where you will be able to experience:

  • Roundtable discussion on cannabis & mental health featuring multiple perspectives from industry professionals including a nurse, DV survivor & cannabis for trauma, holistic herbalist, & more!
  • Manicures provided by a professional nail technician
  • Massages provided by licensed massage therapist
  • Create your own art w/ DIY craft activity
  • Photoshoot area
  • Music
  • One raffle ticket & more!

All mentioned items are included with purchase of ticket. Food and Drinks are sold separately. Additional raffle tickets available at door.

Limited tickets available so register today to pamper yourself this year!

SPECIAL: MRCC Members Only register here. We will be sending you a discount code by email this week.

    More info here.

    2. Wellness in Worcester!

    SATURDAY February 1, 2020 @ 12:00pm-5:00pm

    The Summit Private Lounge
    116 Water St. Worcester, MA 01604

    Cost: Membership required.

    You’re invited JANUARY 4 to a holistic wellness retreat like no other! Health professionals from various modalities gather to answer your questions and share how to live a healthy, mindful life. Meet holistic practitioners & make new friends!

    Learn how to nourish your mind, body, & soul with some of the best holistic practitioners and CBD educators in Massachusetts at WELLNESS in WORCESTER!

      More info here.

      3. How to Start a Cannabis Business in Massachusetts

      THURSDAY February 6, 2020 @ 5:30pm-8:30pm

      Holyoke Community College
      303 Homestead Ave, Holyoke, MA 01040

      Cost: $99

      Join us for the course: How to Start a Cannabis Business in Massachusetts at the newly launched Cannabis Education Center at Holyoke Community College in partnership with C3RN.

      Topics covered in this session will include:

      • Massachusetts Cannabis Industry Insights
      • Types of Cannabis Licenses
      • Regulations 101
      • Application Process
      • Ancillary Opportunities
      • Lessons Learned & Tips
      • Business Startup Resources

      More info here.

      4. What the Hemp?!?! CBD + Hemp Business Opportunities + Roadblocks

      THURSDAY February 20, 2020

      District Hall Boston 75 Northern Ave Boston, MA 02210

      Cost: Free!

      Is 2020 the year for hemp and CBD? It could be for some, but as our panel of CBD and hemp specialists will share at the 3rd annual What the Hemp event, there is still some work to be done with our legislators and among farmers, processors and retailers of hemp and hemp-derived CBD products.

        More info here.

        5. NCIA’s Northeast Cannabis Business Conference

        WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY February 19-20 2020

        Hynes Convention Center

        900 Boylston St. Boston, MA 02115

        Cost: $79-399

        The legalization of cannabis is now sweeping across the Northeast with nine states that comprise the region having either legal medical or recreational status. This growth could result in billions of dollars of commerce and opportunity in the years to come. In order to keep up with the ever-changing climate we encourage you to join us this February 19-20 in Boston, MA for two jam-packed days of education and networking.

          More info here.

          It's your cannabis industry! Do you want to know how regulations are decided and licenses are awarded? Have ideas for how to improve the laws? Contact the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission directly to let them know.    

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