The industry-leading cannabis business exposition CannaCon is returning to Detroit, Michigan this year for an in-person event from June 25-26, 2021. With recreational use and personal growing legal in the state, the Metro-Detroit area has a public forum to visit this weekend to satiate their curiosity.
Over the years, CannaCon has established itself as the premier destination for cannabis industry networking and professional insights, with unbridled opportunities for business-to-business networking on its exposition floor. And, with well over 250 exhibitors already registered, CannaCon Midwest is now set to be one of Detroit’s biggest in-person events since the pandemic.More
by Lindy Lindell
October 11, 2019, DeCarlos Convention Center, Warren, MI. Inactive for 15 months, super-middleweight Anthony Barnes, supported by Kara Ro in his corner, returned with a credible and un clear-cut six-round split decision duke over Kenneth Council. It was clear-cut, though one judge had him losing, not unreasonable, but the margin of that score clearly made it into the “ridiculous” category.More
City’s first major vegan event returns with more entertainment, exhibits, education, engagement and edibles. The second annual V313: Detroit’s Premier Vegan Celebration will be held Thursday, March 7, 3-9 pm, inside Eastern Market’s Shed 5. The event will offer an entertaining, informative and authentic Detroit vegan experience, drawing a large and diverse audience to the historic market building from among the rapidly growing number of metro Detroiters interested in a plant-based, healthier lifestyle.More
Rock N’ Resources is proud to be hosting this event to raise awareness on the heroin and prescription drug epidemic that is impacting so many families in our communities on June 9th from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Troy community Center in Troy, MI.
This 1-day event will feature: guest speakers, 4 bands, information booths, food, and Narcan demonstrations. Additionally, the Troy Police Department will be on site hosting a prescription drug take back and volunteer angels from the Hope Not Handcuffs program will be available for those ready for recovery and seeking treatment. More
Bromberg & Associates, LLC, a full-spectrum Language Solutions Provider (LSP) based in Hamtramck, Michigan, will host their 2nd Annual Roundtable Discussion with Bruce Adelson to be held on December 5th, 2017. This annual discussion will provide valuable insight into the laws and regulations regarding Health Care Compliancy and language access. Discussion will include how organizations or businesses can remain compliant in the midst of the introduction of new laws and regulations. More
Over 230 attendees were greeted by the complimentary valet service escorted by umbrellaed attendees into the reception area of the GM Heritage Center on the evening of June 20, 2017 for the CARE for a Taste 40th Anniversary Celebration.
The room was filled with the warm smiles and various splendid food and drink displayed and offered by 24 various restaurants, caterers, and banquet halls, enticing guests to partake in everything from fresh salads and gourmet cheeses to decadent and healthy desert options.More
What Metro-Detroit based organization holds 3,800 members and grows consistently? The Plant Based Nutrition Support Group, whose nearly monthly events never cease to draw crowds that join together to hear some of the countries leading speakers and experts on nutrition and exercise. May 31, 2017 at Seaholm High School, Paul Chatlin, Founder of the Plant Based Nutrition Support Group, (PBNSG), brought one of the most well known, if not controversial speakers in quite some time. More
Walsh College held their first annual Spring Soirée at the Royal Oak Farmers Market on Friday night in support of the Walsh College Scholarship Fund. The event was a chance for students and faculty to mingle while sampling food from local food trucks and craft beers from various local companies, including the Royal Oak Brewery, Brooks Brewing, Fillmore 13 Brewery, Sherwood Brewing Company, and Draught Horse Brewery; wine tasting from the private collections of Van Conway and Bob Cummings, food trucks Hero or Villain, the Salt & Sugar Company, Chef in a Box, and Eskimo Jack’s served their most popular dishes. It also meant that students were able to see their professors as more than just the person who had assigned them all that reading and homework and for the professors to see their students in a much more laid-back environment while providing funds for future students.More