This Month in Cannabis – Bob Marley’s Birthday, Edible Competitions, NORML Meetings

. February 1, 2017.
Come out to celebrate Bob Marley's Birthday this month
Come out to celebrate Bob Marley's Birthday this month

We rounded up some area cannabis community events happening this February. Comment below if we missed something and we will add it, and email saul@adamsstreetpublishing.com with any upcoming events you want to see in the future article.

Annual Bob Marley Birthday Party

Saturday, February 4
Elks Pratt Lodge, 220 Sunset Rd. Ann Arbor
The iconic musician and activist, Robert Nesta “Bob” Marley, would be turning 72 this year. The Elks lodge in Ann Arbor honors Bob’s Birthday (2/6/1945) annually with a party that brings together an eclectic mix of fans. The party will be hosted by DJ Nate Frick and Jah sunny with special guest Dee, from Ann Arbor Reggae.
Tickets are $5 at the door.
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Free Comedy Show

Saturday, February 4
Om of Medicine, 112 South Main St. Ann Arbor
Om is hosting a comedy show for it’s members and guests. The show starts at 9 PM and will feature Dan Simon, a witty fast paced comedian and Steve Smargon, known in the comedy world as “The Bipolar Marine.” Snacks and Beverages will be provided.
RSVP – info@omofmedicine.org

Washtenaw County NORML Meeting

Sunday February 5
Panera Bread, 903 W. Eisenhower Pkwy.
Join the Washtenaw County NORML chapter for their first meeting of 2017. A sub chapter of MI NORML, they represent citizens and businesses in spreading marijuana reform in Washtenaw County and beyond.
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Medicated Pie Competition

Sunday, February 12
Superior Genetics, Lansing
The Guild of Cannasseurs is hosting a bake-off in Lansing this month. The competition will be for the best medicated pie in one of three categories; Best Aesthetic, Best TAste by Factor of Potency and Best Overall Pie. The “Grand Champion” will take home a Magic Butter Machine. Chef Chris of the Guild will be doing live medicated pie making demos for aspiring chefs and foodies alike.
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Comment below if we missed something and we will add it, and email saul@adamsstreetpublishing.com with any upcoming events you want to see in the future article.

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