Cannabis Events in British Columbia for September 2019
There’s plenty of 420-friendly things to do in British Columbia this month. From the Collector’s Cup and a psychedelic symposium, to information sessions, and more. Here are some cannabis-centric activities taking place across the province in September.
When: September 5 to 6
Where: Aria Banquet Hall, 12350 Pattullo Pl., Surrey
On the bill at this two-day cannabis event, attendees can look forward to interactive workshops, presentations, live entertainment, a cannabis consumption lounge, 40+ exhibitors, food trucks, and more.
When: September 3 to 5
Where: The Westin Bayshore, 1601 Bayshore Dr., Vancouver
Two days fo plenary sessions will be held to help understand the implications of legal cannabis on First Nations communities. If you are a chief, an organization, a cannabis technician, or involved in any other industry or academic studies regarding First Nations and cannabis issues then the AFN (Assembly of First Nations) invites you to be a part of this important summit covering pillars of jurisdiction, health, economic development, and social impact.
When: September 15, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 2nd Floor CC Lounge, 307 West Hastings St., Vancouver
Medicine women will give talks on the profound, life-changing power of sacrament from the perspective of psychedelic feminism and BC’s Cosmic Sisters. Prerolls will be available for sharing for those looking to connect deeper and shed their social anxieties.
When: September 15 to 16
Where: Westin Bayshore Hotel, 1601 Bayshore Dr., Vancouver
Vancouver’s third ICBC will be Canada’s biggest cannabiz event yet! Seminars will be hosted by AAA speakers and a keynote presentation is scheduled with NBA champ turned actor turned canna-entrepreneur, John Salley. After party boat cruise tunes come courtesy of Cypress Hill’s DJ Muggs.
When: September 22, 1 p.m.
Where: Robert H. Lee Alumni Center, UBC, 6163 University Blvd., Vancouver
Calling all weed hoarders, err… collectors! Here’s how it works: Bring your favourite legally-acquired flowers and have them rated by a panel of experts. Top LP and Homegrown flowers will get respect for their fine taste, and an award. Weed nerds are also welcome to give talks on their personal stashes, in an event being billed as “the Antiques Road Show of Cannabis.”
When: September 3, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: i-Training Studio, 208-2520 Ontario St., Vancouver
Learn how cannabis affects you and how to make educated choices as a parent, as a consumer, or as a Healthcare professional at this informational session