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Spring isn’t the only thing in the air this month. A number of cannabis activities are ready to greet April. Celebrate the Emerald Cup winners, support women and people of color who work with cannabis – and most importantly, take time to remember Charlotte Figi, a medical marijuana patient whose life was during a virtual concert with the Avett Brothers is honored.

420 fellowship
Sundays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The 420 Fellowship takes place every Sunday and consists of a series of non-religious spiritual chats and marijuana-friendly meditation sessions that are streamed live on YouTube. Register to attend the virtual meeting (21+) on Eventbrite and learn more on the scholarship website.

Rock the RoC Charlotte Figi Memorial Show
Wednesday April 7th
The medical marijuana community is honoring the fallen heroine Charlotte Figi on the anniversary of her death with a virtual benefit concert. Under the heading of The Avett Brothers, the April 7th Rock the RoC show will also include appearances and appearances by Glen Phillips, Ruthie Foster, Graham Nash, Sarah Jarosz, the War and the Contract, Jeffrey Gaines, Nora Brown, Molly Tuttle and Dr . Sanjay include Gupta – the former CNN personality whose documentary made Figi a catalyst for medical marijuana policy reform and interest in CBD around the world. Viewers of the April 7 concert will be able to tune in for free, but donations can be made through the show’s Kickstarter campaign before and during the concert to further support the effort. Learn more about Rock the RoC and how to donate to the Realm of Welfare on the show’s website.

Emerald Cup Award Show
Saturday April 11th at 3:20 p.m. MST
This annual awards show will go live in 2021 but will nonetheless honor some of the best and brightest in cannabis farming. In addition to the awards, guests can watch a range of speeches, roundtable chats, and musical performances, all of which are held on behalf of the facility. Sign up and learn more on the Emerald Cup website.

Black Cannabis Equity Initiative Talk
Monday, April 19, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Black Cannabis Equity Initiative and Medical Marijuana Minorities host a five-hour chat
with concerned cannabis stakeholders, regulators, industry leaders and elected officials across the country including Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, and Georgia Congressman Kwanza Hall. Register to adjust zoom.

Wxmen, Wellness & Cannabis Conference
Wednesday May 26th and Thursday May 27th
Featuring a series of panel discussions, keynotes, and Q&A, this virtual conference highlights leading advances and research in the field of mental health and psychedelics. Learn more about the meeting schedule and sign up for the waiting list on the event website.

Do you know of any other marijuana events? Send information to [email protected]

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