COLORADO: The Sixth Annual Mother’s High Tea – Tea Along the Silk Road, featuring an inspiring speaker program, activities, nonprofit education and tea menu, takes place at Denver’s McNichols Building on Friday May 11, 2018.
Organized by “Cannabis Maven” Susan Squibb, the public, non-consumption event celebrates mothers, business women and advocates in the cannabis community.
Speakers: This year’s keynote speaker is Representative Leslie Herod of House District 8 in Northeast Denver, along with Judge Shelli Williams Hayes, a retired Judge of Cook County, Illinois for 18 years, and current Chief Compliance Officer for American Standard Hemp Company, in Grand Junction, Colorado; Cindy Sovine, political consultant and CEO of Utopia All Natural Wellness Spa & Lounge in Denver, and Samantha Walsh, hemp policy expert and CEO of Tetra Public Affairs, based in Denver.
Tea Along the Silk Road comes to life with tea buffets and catering inspired by the legendary teas and culinary regions along the Chinese Silk Road. A Chinese cultural partnership with international non profit, Confucius Institute, will feature authentic party décor, a gongfu tea demonstration, calligraphy activities, and paper crafts for guests of all ages.
Non- profits: A portion of ticket sales go toward featured nonprofit organization, Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition. CCJRC is a network of organizations, faith communities, and individuals working to eliminate the overuse of the criminal justice system in Colorado.
Educational tables: Certifiably Green Denver offers free sustainability advising services to Denver’s business community and Center for Health, Work & Environment at Colorado School of Public Health leads safety training classes.
Tickets: Reserved seats, VIP tables, and general admission tickets available through AXS website. Lovely gift bags from event sponsors for all guests.
Presenting Sponsor: Eden Labs, a global company, based in Seattle, WA, engineers and manufactures commercial extraction equipment for botanical industries since 1994.