Arkansas

Dec. 12-13, Little Rock: Ark-La-Tex Cannabis Business Expo. 80-plus exhibitors, guest speakers and more.

California

Nov. 2-5, Los Angeles: 2018 HIA 25th Annual Conference (HIACON). The 25th annual Hemp Industries Association conference, featuring a retail-focused open exhibit hall, an industries award dinner and HIACON-registrant only education tracks.

Nov. 4, Temecula: Joint By Love - Expo. An age 21 and over expo aimed at sharing ideas on how to incorporate cannabis into weddings and special events.

Nov. 10-11, Antioch: Contra Costa County Cannabis Expo. An expo bringing together experts from the cannabis industry aimed at helping provide relief, creativity and fun and changing the conversation around cannabis.

Dec. 15-16, Santa Rosa: The Emerald Cup 2018. Touted as the largest organic outdoor medicinal cannabis competition in the world.

Colorado

Nov. 3, Boulder: CORE 2018 Cannabis Research Perspectives. Featuring the CannaVan, a mobile laboratory, a discussion of why animal studies matter, and more.

Nov. 10, Colorado Springs: Chromic Con: The World’s First Marijuana Comic Book Convention, in its fifth year. Featuring cosplay competitions, celebrity Q&A, the StoNerd Comedy Show, cannabis competitions, a concert and more.

Dec. 2-5, Aspen: Aspen High Summit 2018. An “anti-conference” with original thought leaders and disrupters in the entertainment and cannabis fields coming together to hang out and sharpen your business and personal tool kits.

Dec. 15, Denver: Canna Christmas Market. A Christmas market at the International Church of Cannabis offering artisan gifts from Colorado small businesses.

Florida

Nov. 7, Weston: Third Annual Cannabis Law & Business Conference and Expo. An expo focusing on laws affecting practitioners and businesses in the cannabis industry, featuring several speakers, panels and more.

Georgia

Nov. 10, Atlanta: 2018 Georgia World Cannabis Conference presented by Treehab. A collaborative cannabis conference dedicated to global medical cannabis businesses and increasing business success in the industry.

Massachusetts

Dec. 15-16, Worcester: The Harvest Cup 2018. A cannabis competition and trade show exhibition event bringing those with passion for the cannabis industry together.

Maryland

Dec. 6, Hanover: Spark Holiday Bash. A cannabis networking meeting featuring industry professionals and businessmen and women sharing information and developing relationships locally and nationwide.

Nevada

Nov. 9-11, Las Vegas: Herban Expo. A cannabis business-to-consumer trade show aimed at informing, educating and exposing the latest products and trends on the market, with hundreds of exhibitors showcasing pipes, plant nutrients, grow equipment, clothing, extracts, payment processing systems and more, along with live art, entertainment and informational seminars.

Nov. 14-16, Las Vegas: MJBizCon. A retail trade showing featuring cannabis professionals, exhibitors and a variety of speakers.

Oregon

Nov. 3-4, Salem: THC Fair Salem: Oregon State Fair & Expo Center. See http://thcfair.com/event/eventhome.php?eid=93

Dec. 1, Portland: The Cannabis Classic Oregon. Celebrate a High Holiday with the Annual Cannabis Classic Oregon. See https://www.gocannabisclassic.com/event-info/

South Carolina

Nov. 26-27, Myrtle Beach: Souther U.S. Hemp Conference & Expo. A conference dedicated to industrial hemp. See https://www.ushempexpos.com/southern-3/

Vermont

Dec. 8, Burlington: CBD & Hemp Farmers Market Holiday Edition. A Heady Vermont event featuring 20-plus local vendors, hemp and cannabis advocates, and more.

Dec. 9, Burlington: Vermont Hemp Farm Brunch. A cannabis-themed brunch featuring hemp-infused items from local farms, CBD-infused products for sale, and live music.

Washington

Nov. 4, Seattle: The Gong Show: A Fundraiser in the style of The Gong Show. Come watch the cannabis community’s quirkiest talent performed in front of a cannabis celebrity judging panel. All proceeds go to the Cannabis Alliance non-profit.

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