CBD, Hemp and Cannabis Culture Health & Wellness Pop-Up Event

What is Canna Pop-Up?

Where haute meets hippie. It’s unique. It’s social. It’s fun. Be ready to lift your mood and enrich your life at a Canna Pop-Up event where the canna-curious, novice, and seasoned cannabis enthusiasts will sample, shop, and savor a CBD experience to remember. We bring people together to learn about Hemp-derived CBD for health, wellness, fitness, self-care, and caregiving.


Canna Pop-Up will showcase a curated selection of the best products and services from high-quality vendors and sponsors you will want to meet. CBD essentials, accessories, wellness and beauty products, edibles and more will be available to ease your busy lifestyle and nourish your mind, body, and spirit. Shop and discover top quality CBD brands.

Industry professionals will educate and share information that will elevate your understanding of what’s safe and legally available. Through our events, you will learn more about the amazing benefits of plant-based CBD, how to get a medical marijuana card and most of all be inspired to consider an alternative, natural therapy for people and their pets.

The cannabis industry has made remarkable strides and it’s our desire to help shape the cannabis landscape in the NJ/NY area and create buzz and excitement about medical and adult-use. Until then, we have a very powerful supplement, Cannabidiol (CBD), a cannabis extract legal in all 50 states and is proven to have calming and stress-relieving effects, among other positive health benefits for a variety of medical and social conditions.WHO should attend: discerning adults who are open to plant-based medicine, wellness-aware, socially savvy, foodies, pet lovers, fun-loving, responsible parents and grandparents.

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Military Veterans get complimentary admission with a special code. Please contact us directly for more information.

WHERE: The Annex @18 Label Montclair, NJ

WHEN & WHAT: Wednesday, November 20, 2019

5:30 - 6:30pm Pop-Talks Educational Session 

6:30pm-10:00pm After Dark Experience

 

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CBD sampling & shopping. Live music. Entertainment. Infused food & Terpene Mocktails. CBD Massage. Prizes. Get information on how to get a Medical Marijuana card.

All attendees get Pop-Bucks to spend with the vendors.

Tickets are not available at the door.

NOTE: No products containing THC (with the exception of Full Spectrum CBD products containing no more than .03% THC) will be sold at this event due to local New Jersey law and regulation. The consumption of cannabis is illegal and not permitted on the premises. Failure to comply will result in removal from the event.

Contact Information
  1. Robert allen
  2. 8564543622
  3. info@cannapopup.com
Wed, November 20
5:30 pm — 10:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 11/20/2019 5:30pm 11/20/2019 10:00pm America/New_York CBD, Hemp and Cannabis Culture Health & Wellness Pop-Up Event

What is Canna Pop-Up?

Where haute meets hippie. It’s unique. It’s social. It’s fun. Be ready to lift your mood and enrich your life at a Canna Pop-Up event where the canna-curious, novice, and seasoned cannabis enthusiasts will sample, shop, and savor a CBD experience to remember. We bring people together to learn about Hemp-derived CBD for health, wellness, fitness, ...

22 Frink St Montclair, NJ 07042

The Annex @18 Label

22 Frink St
Montclair, NJ 07042

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