Fun Activities if You’re Tired of Being Stuck in the House with Your Buds

If you enjoy using cannabis and are yearning for a way to get out into the world and pair it with fun, social activities, look no further than one of these unique and exciting cannabis-themed classes and tours.

Cannabis cooking classes, Cannabis POTtery classes, Cannabis Wine Tours, Cannabis Karaoke night, Crafts and THC, and list goes on. I’m telling you, if there was ever a perfect time to be a cannabis user, it’s definitely right now! From Michigan to Colorado to the sunny West Coast, cannabis activities are becoming the hot new trend in legal states.

Take LA Hemp Tours for example, a company that offers various cannabis-friendly tours throughout Los Angeles, California. Tours include Budz and Sudz, Weed and Wine, and Malibu Scenic & Coastal Cannabis Tour.

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Starting at $79.99, a “420-friendly” tour/party bus will pick you up and take you around various areas of Los Angeles to tour dispensaries, check out some off-the radar micro-breweries, get in some wine tasting at a couple of the finest wineries in Malibu, or hike to an ancient waterfall. They even offer private, customized tours such as birthday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties, company parties, and corporate events.

Up next in the realm of cannabis activities is a concept that people seem to enjoy very much, which is the cannabis-themed class. Basically, you take any class that is typically paired with wine – such as pottery, painting, cooking, etc. – and you nix the wine and replace it with buds. These BYOC (bring your own cannabis) events are fun on so many levels: you get to meet like minded people, you can learn a new craft or hone an existing one, you get to take your art home, and you get to blaze a bit while doing it all.

Check back with us next month when I’ll let my creativity flow at my very first Cannabis Painting class at The Paint Sesh in SoCal!

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Alexandra Hicks
Alexandra is the managing editor and lead writer at She has always been interested in alternative and natural remedies, and the versatility of cannabis as a healing plant is something that greatly appeals to her. It's for this reason that she decided to work as a cannabis industry journalist and editor, to help spread accurate information about the benefits of this plant.


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