Porno
Teens

 

DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 18, 2017-
Apr 18, 2017
06:00PM - 09:00PM
WCBD presents: A Night of Education & Policy: State & Local Compliance and the New License Model
with Rogoway Law Special Guest Speakers: Blair Gue & Erin Carlstrom, and a special presentation by Shelly Browning, North Coast Public Banking Working Group
Sonoma,
3731 Main St, Occidental, CA 95465
Event Description

WCBD presents: A Night of Education & Policy - State & Local Compliance and the New License Model, with Rogoway Law 

Special Guest Speakers: Blair Gue & Erin Carlstrom, and a special presentation by Shelly Browning, North Coast Public Banking Working Group

Join us on April 18th, 6-9pm at Union Hotel in Occidental, for an evening of Education and Policy - hosted by Womens Cannabis Business Development.

Food, Snacks provided and a Cash Bar available.

RAFFLE PRIZES! 50% proceeds donated to CA NORML

ADMISSION

Public - Advanced $25 / Door $35

Founding Members - FREE (+1 friend free) Individual Members - $25 (+1 friend 50% off) Register online and save! 

https://wcbd.ticketleap.com/admin/events/modify/04182017/

Contact us at WomensCBD@gmail.com

Join the WCBD Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/womenscbd/ 

Sign up for WCBDs Monthly Newsletter at: http://eepurl.com/cxbZIv

 

Fee: $35.00

Contact Information
Name: Nancy Birnbaum     Email: WomensCBD@gmail.com
Phone: 707-687-9223

 

 

In this Issue

Moving Home

It has been almost two years since the devastating firestorms hit the North Bay in 2017, burning down 5,143 homes and leaving nothing but ash and debris in its wake. While to many the incident leave...

Moving Home

It has been almost two years since the devastating firestorms hit the North Bay in 2017, burning down 5,143 homes and leaving nothing but ash and debris in its wake. While to many the incident leave...

The Barlow After the Flood

When an atmospheric river began dumping rain on Sonoma County in late February, no one at The Barlow was too concerned. The City of Sebastopol received frequent updates on potential flooding from So...

See all...