4 & 20 Blackbirds Presents Fifth Annual Mother’s High Tea On May 12 In Denver

Mother's High Tea is a family friendly social event.

COLORADO: 4 & 20 Blackbirdswill present Fifth Annual Mother’s High Tea, taking place at  on Friday May 12, 2017, featuring an inspiring speaker program, activities, nonprofit education and tea menu. Mother’s High Tea is a non-consumption event celebrating business women, mothers and advocates in the cannabis community. This year’s featured national speakers are Diane Czarkowski, Founding Read the full article…

Q&A With Mother’s High Tea Founder Susan Squibb

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An MJ News Network Exclusive Mother’s High Tea is a non-consumption event celebrating women and mothers in the cannabis community. Founded by Susan Squibb in 2011 to honor her own mother, this event is the longest running women’s cannabis event in the U.S. and the only one to welcome children.  MJ News Network had a Read the full article…

Mother’s High Tea Continues to be a Pivotal Force in Driving Cannabis Thought-Leadership.

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COLORADO:  Mother’s High Tea, the fourth annual gathering of cannabis professionals, regulators, advocates, patients and families on Monday, October 10th, 2016 at 10:00 AM in the landmark McNichols Civic Center Building, in historic downtown Civic Center Park, 144 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80202.  Mother’s High Tea is a non-consumption event celebrating women and mothers Read the full article…

Mother’s High Tea With Cannabis Maven Susan Squibb

This event is for women and mothers in cannabis business and legal reform. It’s a networking event with a speaker program and event activities.

COLORADO:  Women are rewriting the social rules regarding marijuana use, and driving innovation in the emerging legal cannabis industry.  To celebrate and pay tribute to them, Denver-based 4 & 20 Blackbird Productions and organizers Cannabis Maven Susan Squibb and Christie Lunsford will play host to  the 3rd Biennial Mother’s High Tea, a networking event for women and Read the full article…