Women Grow Southern Oregon Chapter Networking Event and Launch Party

Women Grow is excited to announce the opening of its new Southern Oregon Chapter. Women Grow Southern Oregon is dedicated to imparting knowledge and quality information for the Southern Oregon cannabis industry. If you are a part of the industry or want to learn more about it, come to our launch Signature Networking Event.

Women Grow is a professional networking organization that supports female leaders in all segments of the cannabis industry. Women Grow was created to connect, educate, inspire and empower the next generation of cannabis industry leaders by creating programs, community and events for aspiring and current business executives.

Our Keynote speaker will be Representative Ann Lininger who will give an update on the current rule making session as well as what it means to be a successful professional that believes in the future of a well-regulated cannabis industry.

There will be a silent auction with items from local businesses, as well as custom glass pieces from local glass blowers. Enjoy a hemp fashion show and contemporary dance performance with aerialists and music performances with Southern Oregon’s own Alcyon Massive and DJ Lachlan.

Come out and learn about Women Grow Southern Oregon and celebrate Cinco de Mayo! Our launch party and signature networking event will be held at the historic Ashland Armory at 208 Oak St., Ashland, Oregon on Thursday May 5th from 6:30pm to 11pm. This is a 21 and over event. Cannabis consumption is not allowed at this event. Early bird tickets can be purchased for $25.00 and $40.00 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at universe.com Southern Oregon Women Grow. Women Grow Southern Oregon welcomes both women and men.

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