Aug 01, 2017 12:00 PM

Higher Things and Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca are pleased to announce a new program: Higher Things Confirmation Camp! The inaugural program is to be held  August 1-4, 2017 It’s time to give those catechisms some summer attention! With the busyness of summer, many confirmands go months without picking up their catechism, let alone even thinking on the content they learned in confirmation and catechesis class the year before. Before confirmands know it, they’ll be thrust right back into the swing of their confirmation studies in the fall, scrambling to recover and remember what they already went through last year. Higher Things Confirmation Camp is here to give confirmands a refresher and new insight into their Lutheran catechesis life. Over the course of a 4-day camp at Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca in Solon, IA, Rev. David Kind (University Lutheran Chapel – Minneapolis, MN) will lead confirmands in their catechism study and Rev. Sam Beltz (St. John Lutheran – Oskaloosa, IA) will preside over our worship times for the week. It’ll be a week filled with edifying catechesis, distinctively Lutheran worship, and tons of outdoor fun!  At Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca, campers will enjoy numerous outdoor activities along with their worship and learning! Participants will spend time in activities such as archery, canoeing, horseback riding, rock climbing, zipping (zip line), disc golf, swimming, large-group games, campfire and s’mores, and many more! Registration is open to both groups and individuals, meaning confirmands can come with their classmates and a chaperone or register individually and be chaperoned by one of Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca’s camp counselors. This event is open to all youth grades 5th-8th, or ages 10-14. Registration for each camper is $275. The registration fee includes all meals throughout the duration of camp as well as all activities, classes, and lodging at Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca. Go to www.higherthings.org/camp to register, and find additional information or contact Daniel Sanchez, Camp Director of Camp Io-Dis-E-Ca at (319) 848-4187 or [email protected] to email you a information packet. The Camper Profile, Health Form, and Release of Liability  must be completed for each camper. These forms can be found in the information packet. Groups and individuals should register online by July 28th.

Sep 08, 2017 6:00 PM

Three day Adventure Camp!!  Cost: $150 per family  Come enjoy a weekend with your Family at Ness Lake Bible Camp. We have many fun events planned as well as a workshop with some special guests!! Special Guest Speaker: Katy Suik!  Register TODAY!! Note: First come first serve for Cabin Reservations. This year we have the large cabins (outdoor washrooms) as well as the Founder's Cottage (private rooms with indoor washrooms) and the Waterfront Lodge for overflow.  If your family has a special request for a particular cabin, register ASAP to get your reservations for your family needs!!  To view the cabin locations copy link below: http://www.nlbc.bc.ca/uploads/files/conferencecentre/NLBC_Site_Map_2012_2013.pdf

Sep 01, 2017 3:00 PM

The Lesbian Summer Sports Camp of Your Dreams  Do you dream about going back to the summer camp of your childhood?  Does this dream involve a summer camp made up entirely of lesbians?  Lezathlon is here to make dreams come true.   Lezathlon is an annual lesbian sporting event held in Los Angeles, CA. Women compete in events like Oil Wrestling, 3-Legged Race, Wheelbarrow Race, Trivia, Arm Wrestling, and Tug of War. They even have to take on the insane Obstacle Course and scale the massive Lezathlon Wall! Lezathlon Summer Camp will still have all of your favorite games with the addition of more downtime to relax, the opportunity to chat up some new ladies, and options to sign up for free choice camp activities! Just think of it as a huge lesbian festival in the woods with sporting events and bunk beds. Are you freaking out!? I know. We are too.  Ticket prices include all of your meals, housing, transport, and access to parties.  There are 10-12 women per team.  Must be 21+ to attend.  We have different bunking options to suit whatever your heart desires! Do you already have a team that wants to bunk together? Then your team will get its own cabin!  Do you want us to make you a team? We’ve got you covered! We will have Singles Cabins, Couples Cabins, Team Cabins, and Spectator Cabins.  If you want to come with a friend and bunk together, we can make that happen! Basically, we are here to make all your lesbian camp dreams come true, so whatever you need, you can count on us!*Please note that you must have a minimum of 8 team members registered to guarantee that you will be placed together in a team cabin.  Once you have purchased your ticket, we will email you a registration packet where you can make requests for bunk mates and other housing options!  You will also be able to make dietary requests and designate your transport pick-up location and time.  We will make sure you have everything you need for the best Summer Camp Weekend of your life!REGISTRATION IS NOW OPENTICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.  This is a lesbian event for women (or however you wish to define your sexuality or gender). But we are inclusive of the entire LGBTQ+ community. We welcome any person regardless of their gender identity or expression.

Sep 29, 2017 12:00 PM

Join us at our First Annual Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp!! Come glamping with your Ganja Goddess Tribe along the Trinity River in historic Eagle Creek, CA!! At this "Choose Your Own Adventure" camp you can customize your experience with Horse Back Riding, or Boating, or River Rafting!!! Or you can skip all that and just sistersesh by the pond and enjoy the majestic mountains. Whatever you want your Glamp Out to be, you'll find it at the Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp!! As always, we aim to allow our cannabis use to promote our sisterhood and connection. We want to renormalize the use of cannabis as a creative and spiritual tool. This mission paired with our core values of inclusivity and radical self love will guide our offerings at this event. All passes include access to the following activities: Smoke/Dab/Vape Bars, Yoga, River Swims, Main Stage Workshops, Hiking Trails, Belly Dancing, Puff Puff Craft, Outdoor Games (water balloons, volleyball, disc golf, color wars, etc), and more!! Food Trucks will be available at lunch and dinner during the camp if you'd prefer not to bring/cook all your meals yourself. Or there is a Meal Ticket available if you don't want to think about food at all!  BASIC PASS: $199Includes overnight tent accommodations for two nights, plus access to all activities including the smoke/dab/vape bars. Also includes 4:20 Snacks, Fireside S'mores, and curated vendor samples. *This is the minimum ticket required to attend Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp. Any "Choose Your Own Adventure" ticket offerings are sold separately and are all completely optional. Purchasing a "Choose Your Own Adventure" ticket without the purchase of an accompanying "Basic Pass" ticket will be considered an invalid purchase and your order will be cancelled immediately.   DELUXE PASS: $420Includes overnight accommodations in the immaculately restored Luxury Farm House including fine linens and deluxe beds for two nights. Plus, access to all activities including the smoke/dab/vape bars. Also includes 4:20 Snacks, Fireside S'mores, and curated vendor samples. *This is an upgraded version of the minimum ticket required to attend Ganja Goddess Girl's Camp. Any "Choose Your Own Adventure" ticket offerings are sold separately and are all completely optional. HORSEBACK RIDING: $100Come ride with the Feelin' Groovy Ranch's Expert Trail Guides on roads and trails. A great ride for beginners or experienced riders, as we make our way along the Trinity River. Great photo ops and an experience you won't soon forget! This "Choose Your Own Adventure" add on ticket has limited space and is available on a first come, first serve basis.  BOATING EXCURSION: $50You've smoked weed before, but have you smoked weed on a boat?! Come cruise the Trinity Lake while you puff, puff, pass!! Let the wind blow through your hair as you sail over the water with the sun on your face and enjoy the view that you can only get from on the water! This "Choose Your Own Adventure" add on ticket has limited space and is available on a first come, first serve basis.  RIVER RAFTING: $100Join local rafting guides and navigate the rapids of the Trinity River! An exhilerating thrill ride that will leave you feeling powerful awe struck! This "Choose Your Own Adventure" add on ticket has limited space and is available on a first come, first serve basis.  MEAL TICKET: $125 If you don't want to worry about brining or cooking any food at the retreat, you can buy our meal ticket and you'll have free access to our continental breakfast buffets, snack buffets, as well as food trucks, and catered dinners. No set up and no meal prep?! Now that's glamping!! **If you would prefer to bring your own tent to stay in for yourself or your party, rather than stay in the group tents provided, you are welcome to do so. But we require you to register your tent with us via email before the event so we will have a tent spot reserved for you :)  

Oct 24, 2017 9:00 AM

New to Jobvite? Looking to get educated on Jobvite Hire, our Applicant Tracking System? Spend a day with us and become the Jobvite resource for your organization.   This comprehensive training sesion is intended for Jobvite Hire Administrators. Training Agenda Topics:  Understand roles in Jobvite Customize configuration Automate forms, communications, and offer letters Increase employee engagement Social Recruiting Explore new features Optimize your Jobvite instance  Techniques for building key reports Question and answer roundtable   When: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Where: Jobvite - 1300 S El Camino Real, Suite 400, San Mateo, CA, 94402 *Guest parking available in the outdoor lot *Lunch, coffee, and snacks provided *Please don't forget to bring your laptop! Registration: $495 per person - register 3 people at your company and save 15%, or bring a buddy and save 10%     *Please Note: Boot Camp Training events could be canceled due to low enrollment or other factors. In the unlikely event that a cancelation does occur, we will refund your Boot Camp ticket purchase and provide a seat at a future Boot Camp event.

Aug 05, 2017 10:00 AM

Wind & Waves Outdoor Eco Festival Wind & Waves Outdoor Eco Festival is taking place this year from the 5th - 7th August at Windmill Lake Wake & Eco Park just outside Bayfield, Ontario. Home to the annual Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition, join us for a long weekend of sunshine, great food and drink, amazing riding and good times! What's up that weekend? Watch our annual International Wakeboarding Competition with riders from all over North America Learn to Wakeboard or just buy some time to ride on our Beginner Cable Get out on the lake with our Stand Up Paddleboards, Canoes, Kayaks & Pedal Boats Eat and drink your way to happiness with our daily Beer Garden, Food Trucks and other vendors Shop at our local Vendors Market - with snacks, coffee, clothes and more! Chill out in the sun to our daily DJ Music & win some goodies with our daily giveaways Dance like no one is watching at our live music concerts: Saturday 5pm - 9pm & Sunday 5pm - 8pm Live Music: Ivory Hours, Rhapsody Rebelz, Gypsy Ghosts, Dreamsters Union & The Nicest Free additional activities to be announced! Day Passes & Weekend Passes Available!  *$5 off all activities for people with Day Passes & $10 off all activities for people with Weekend Passes* Looking forward to hanging out with you that weekend! The WLW Team     FAQs   How much does it cost to attend Wind & Waves Outdoor Eco Festival? Day Passes Saturday 5th August: $20 + tax Includes full day entry from 10am – 9pm Includes $5 discount on Windmill Lake activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Beginner & Intermediate Heats/Finals as well as Advanced & Open Heats! Includes ticket to evening concert featuring Rhapsody Rebelz, & Gypsy Ghosts opening for Ivory Hours (Folk, Reggae/Ska & Indie)  Sunday 6th August: $15 + tax Includes full day entry to the festival from 10am – 8pm Includes $5 discount on activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Open Heats & Finals, Pro Heats! Includes ticket to evening concert featuring the Dreamsters Union opening for The Nicest (Rap & Hip Hop) Monday 7th August: $10 + tax  Includes full day entry from 10am – 8pm Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Pro Finals! Includes $5 discount on Windmill Lake activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating   Weekend Pass Saturday 5th – Monday 7th August: $35 + tax (value $45) Includes full day entry on all three days of the festival Includes $10 discount on activities: Cable Wakeboarding, Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes spectator access to Rule The Pool Wakeboard Competition: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Open & Pro Categories! Includes tickets to all evening concerts: Ivory Hours featuring Rhapsody Rebelz & Gypsy Ghosts on Saturday and The Nicest featuring Dreamsters Union on Sunday   How do I buy my ticket?  We are selling all tickets for the event through Eventbrite. Day Passes  Saturday 5th August: $20 + tax Sunday 6th August: $15 + tax Monday 7th August: $10 + tax Weekend Passes Saturday 5th August - Monday 7th August: $35 + tax   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There are no minimum age requirements to enter the event. Wristbands will be provided to all attendees at the entrance. These will be colour coded by day. Age will be checked at the entrance and marked on the wristband. No alcohol will be served to anyone without a marked wristband stating they are 19 years or older. These must be collected at entry to the event and will not be issued after you have entered. Wristbands will only be issued with proof of ticket purchase.   Will alcohol be served? Yes. This is a licensed event. Alcohol will be available for purchase.  Our expectation is that you have a good time but please do not drink and drive. Material will be made available from the Drive Sober, Arrive Alive campaign. Local and on-site accommodations are available so please arrange these if you are going to be consuming alcohol. We reserve the right to refuse service and in the event that your behaviour is deemed inappropriate you may be removed from the festival immediately and for all remaining days without refund. Please enjoy responsibly.   Do I need to buy an extra ticket for the live music on Saturday & Sunday? The live music concerts are included in the price of the General Admission tickets and the Weekend Pass. There will be no separate tickets sold for the live music concerts – instead just buy a General Admission ticket! See what we did there? It's an awesome deal to just come and hang out the whole day! What can I bring into the event? We are a "Blue Business" and therefore actively discourage the use of plastic bottled water and drinks. As an "Eco Park" and "Eco Festival" we encourage you to think of ways that you can make your visit as close to zero waste a possible. We do not sell bottled water on the property. Instead, there is free water available from two designated water coolers. Please bring your reusable water bottle and help yourself! We have canned drinks (pop, juice and beer) for sale which will be recycled. We also encourage you to practice Leave No Trace principles. This means if you bring things with you that produce garbage or recycling – please put them in the cans provided, or take it with you when you leave. Please DO NOT bring alcohol to this event. You will be able to purchase alcohol within the event but any external alcohol will be confiscated at entry to the Park.  You can of course bring your own food - but we will also have lots of amazing local vendors offering great eats so keep that in mind! Make sure to prepare for long hours in the sun! We of course have some sheltered areas, but for the most part you will be out under the blue sky. Feel free to bring sun umbrellas and sun shades but do be considerate of other spectators and don't set up where you are blocking anyone's view of the event shows.    What are the accommodation options? We have lots of amazing accommodation options around us!  Local Hotels:  Ashwood Inn Deer Park Lodge Oakwood Resort The Little Inn The Secret Garden B&B Camping:  The Old Homestead Pinery Park Windmill Lake (book ahead with limited spots $20/night) There are also lots of cottage rentals and Air BnB rentals around. Have a shop around on the Internet!   Can I camp at Windmill Lake? Yes. We have open field camping on the island (no large trees or picnic tables) Cost of camping is $20/tent per night and can be booked through Eventbrite No vehicles are allowed on the island. There is about a 200m walk in to your camping area Electricity is not available for camping Drinking water is available at designated water cooler stations until 9pm Please do not wash dishes in the lake. Bring your own water jugs for dishwashing/cooking There is not space for overhead tarps – please bring sufficient cover to keep your tent dry in the case of rain There are Portable Toilets on the island with hand washing stations There is a communal fire pit for evening enjoyment and cooking over the fire Fire wood is provided by Windmill Lake Communal BBQ’s are available to all campers for all of your BBQing needs! We request that you do not use these later than 10pm   Are there washrooms at Windmill Lake? Yes! We have portable toilets available with hand washing stations in multiple locations around the Park.   Will there be food & drink at the Festival? Yes, Food trucks will be at the Festival with a variety of options! Please feel free to bring your own picnic!! Be kind to our lake and use the garbage and recycle bins available. We have vending machines with snacks such as Clif Bars, Chocolate Bars & Chips. Pop machines are available with a selection of drinks including: Brisk Ice Tea, Ginger Ale, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi, 7UP, Rockstar etc. There are two water coolers available for you to fill up your reusable water bottle for free!   Can I wakeboard during the festival? Yes, the beginner cable will be open from 2pm on Saturday and all day Sunday and Monday during Festival hours. Beginner lesson are available! Make sure you book your time early in the day to ensure you get time on the cable system as we anticipate it to be busy. You cannot pre-book time on the cable for this weekend. The advanced cable will not be open to the public for the duration of the festival, but feel free to come watch our Rule the Pool competitors ride for the top prize of $2,000USD! And GUESS WHAT? Day-pass holders will receive $5 OFF wakeboarding and weekend pass holders will receive $10 OFF wakeboarding.   Is this event free for Seasons Pass holders? Unfortunately not. Seasons Pass holders still have to pay entry to the Festival but can book time and ride for free on the Beginner Cable.   Is drinking water available? YES! We have free water cooler stations available for all attendees!  Please bring your refillable water bottle sand keep us plastic free!!   Are there other activities available during the day? Absolutely! Rentals will be available for stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing, kayaking and pedal boating. Also, the beginner cable will be open at designated times for wakeboarding. Make sure that you book your rental/cable time early in the day, we do anticipate it to be busy and we have limited boards and boats. And GUESS WHAT? Day Pass holders will receive $5 off activities and Weekend Pass holders will receive $10 off activities!   What is the cost of other activities at Windmill Lake? Stand-up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating: $30 + tax per hour Wake-boarding: $20 + tax/20mins (excluding rentals) or $50 + tax for a Beginner Lesson Day Pass Holders: $5 off all Windmill Lake Activities! Weekend Pass Holders: $10 off all Windmill Lake Activities!   Can I bring my own SUP board, canoe or kayak? Sure you can! Please note that when your vessel is not in use, it must be stored back in the parking lot at your vehicle unless you are camping, in which case you can leave it near your tent. This will help us to keep the waterfront clear and uncluttered for safe entry and exit on and off the water. There is a 200m walk from the parking lot to the waterfront. Staff will not be available this day to help you, please plan to have help carrying your boat to the water. Thanks!   What time does the Rule the Pool competition kick off? Gates open at 10am for the festival. Registration and rider warm-ups are from 10am-12pm. Competition is set to kick-off around 12pm every day.   RULE THE POOL Wakeboard Competition Full Schedule SATURDAY 5TH AUGUST 10AM – Gates Open & Rider Registration 11AM - Warm Up & Practice 12PM – Beginner Heats & Finals 1PM – Intermediate Heats 2PM – Advanced Heats 3PM – Open Heats 4PM – Intermediate Finals & Prizes 5PM – Live Music: Rhapsody Rebelz, Gypsy Ghosts & Ivory Hours 10PM - Gates Close SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST  10AM – Gates Open 11AM - Warm Up & Practice 12PM – Open Finals 2PM – Advanced Finals 3PM – Open & Advanced Prizes 4PM – Pro Heats 5PM – Live Music: Dreamsters Union & The Nicest MONDAY 7TH AUGUST 10AM – Gates Open 11AM - Warm Up & Practice 12PM – Pro Finals 3PM – Pro Prize Ceremony    When does the live music start? Bands will be going on at 5pm - 9PM on Saturday, 5pm - 8PM on Sunday and 11am - 2pm on Monday. Saturday: Rhapsody Rebelz, Gypsy Ghosts & Ivory Hours Sunday: Dreamsters Union & The Nicest Monday: Andy McGuire   Do you accept Cash, VISA, MASTERCARD or Debit for Windmill Lake activities? Yes, we accept all forms of payment except for AMEX and personal cheque. Note that visiting vendors will vary upon what type of payment they accept. If you are travelling from abroad, please note that US dollars will be treated $1-$1 and some credit cards may not be compatible with our system. If in doubt, come prepared. ATMs are available in the village of Bayfield at  Shopbike Coffee Roasters and The Albion Hotel on Main Street.   Is there an ATM on site? No, Windmill Lake does not have an ATM or cash-back options. You will find ATMs in the village of Bayfield at Shopbike Coffee Roasters and The Albion Hotel on Main Street.   How do I get to Windmill Lake? Our address is:  35957 Bayfield River Road RR#2, Ontario, Canada N0M 1G0   Please note when entering our address in to GPS/SatNav it does not take you directly to our site as we are in a rural area and the Postcode covers a large area. You can find a map on our website: www.windmill-lake.ca/contact   From Grand Bend (Travelling South) Drive North on Hwy 21 (Bluewater Highway). You will pass Bayfield, drive over the Bridge. Look for our Ontario sign on the side of the Hwy, turn right on Bayfield River Road (Ashwood Hotel is on the corner). Continue down Bayfield River Road for 4km and you will see us on your right hand side.   From Goderich (Travelling North) Drive South on Hwy 21 (Bluewater Highway). You will see our Ontario sign on the side of the Hwy, turn left on to Bayfield River Road (Ashwood Hotel is on the corner). Continue down Bayfield River Road for 4km and you will see us on your right hand side.   From Toronto (Travelling West) Take Hwy 8 through Stratford and continue on to Clinton. Turn left on to East Street (lights after Tim Hortons). Continue straight over Hwy 4 on to Railway Street and turn left on to Bayfield Road (Hwy 13) over the railroad tracks. Follow Bayfield Road until Parr Line. Turn left on to Parr Line and continue until you see our sign on the road. Turn right on to Bayfield River Road and continue for 3km and you will see us on the left hand side.    Is there parking available? We do have a parking lot on site free of charge. Please park in the designated area as this is private property and the landowners do not want unnecessary damage to the grounds. Our property is located 4km off Highway 21 on Bayfield River Road. It is best reached by car but can also be reached by bike, bus, etc. from surrounding areas. We encourage carpooling and other eco-friendly ways of travelling too :)    Is the Windmill open for tours? No, unfortunately not.   Is there anything else I should know? This is a family friendly event. With this in mind, please be respectful of the other spectators and festival-goers. We will not allow any rude, inappropriate or dangerous behaviour. We reserve all rights to remove anyone from the event at any time without refund.  Although there will be alcohol sold as part of this event, you should always have a designated driver. Summer fun is only great until something bad happens. Please think ahead and do not drive if you have consumed alcohol, instead arrange alternative transport.    How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Comment Form on the website: www.windmill-lake.ca Email: [email protected] Phone: (519) 524-0636    ------   RIDER Q & A   What does it cost to enter the competition as a rider? If you would like to register as a rider and compete, it is $30/rider. Payment will be accepted through Eventbrite in advance and also accepted in cash on the day at the entrance. Please pre-register by emailing us the following information on [email protected] Information we need: Name Age Where From Wake Park where you normally ride   Riders will have free entry to the Festival for the entire weekend! Includes full day entry on all three days of the festival Includes $10 discount on activities: Stand Up Paddleboarding, Canoeing, Kayaking & Pedal Boating Includes tickets to all evening concerts: Ivory Hours featuring Rhapsody Rebelz & Gypsy Ghosts on Saturday and The Nicest featuring Dreamsters Union on Sunday   Do Registered Riders camp for free? No, camping is $20/tent per night and there are accommodations available in Bayfield – book early to ensure vacancy.   RIDER GUIDELINES We’re excited to have you ride in our annual wakeboard competition – Rule The Pool! Not sure what category you should be riding in? We’ve got a handy breakdown of how we distinguish skill level so you’re competing against similar riders.   REGISTRATION FEES We charge $30 for registration regardless of category.    CATEGORIES At Windmill Lake we are all about getting out on the water and having fun! From the Beginner division to the Pro, we hope that you will have a great time, make new friends and enjoy some healthy competition. It’s all about growing the sport, so as we are all at different skill levels, we make our divisions based on ability – not age. We have five divisions: 1)    BEGINNER 2)    INTERMEDIATE 3)    ADVANCED 4)    OPEN 5)    PRO The following gives you specifics on what is expected for each division in terms of skills. Please note: we do not separate by gender and we also do not allow air tricks. 1)    BEGINNER Riders that are new to contests and are just starting out. This will take place on the Beginner Cable. Riders in this division will do: -       Flatwater tricks: Ollies & Ollie 180s; -       Features: Small boxes and cheese wedges; -       Grabs, 180s, boardslides & 50-50s; -       NO inverts or 360s are allowed in this division. 2)    INTERMEDIATE Riders in this division have some contest experience and a certain skill set. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders will do: -       Kicker: Basic inverts & spins (scarecrow, tantrum, no spins over 360s); -       Rails: Different variations (front board, 270 on, 270 off, transfer 50-50); -       Riders can choose to ride Bi-level or Lake Only. 3)    ADVANCED Riders in this division will have significant experience and a high-level skill set. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders can perform more than three inverts/spins. Riders must ride the Bi-level. Riders will do: -       Kicker: Unlimited number of inverts & spins (typically 540s + more advanced); -       Rails: Technical tricks and variations are attempted; -       No mobes or spins over 540 are allowed in this division. 4)    OPEN Riders in this division are one step below pro – therefore you will have an extremely high skill-level. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders must ride the Bi-level. The top three from the Open will be given the option to compete in the Pro Division. ANYTHING GOES. 5)    PRO Riders in this division are paid professionals. This division will take place on the Intermediate/Advanced Cable. Riders must ride the Bi-level. ANYTHING GOES.   JUDGING CRITERIA 4 Categories: Rails, Kicker, Bi-Level & Overall Impression  Rails: Completion of the whole rail, level of difficulty, style Kicker: Amplitude of the trick, level of difficulty, execution (stomped landing, grabbed, spun of the kicker not partially on it, etc.)  Bi-level: Choice of rail/box/wedge, level of difficulty, execution, style Overall Impression: Use of the course and different features (hitting more difficult rails, fitting more tricks in a pass, etc.), composition (spins, different tricks on rails, etc.), overall execution (sketchy landing vs. stomped, degree of difficulty)    

Jul 28, 2017 10:00 AM

1 Day Cannabis BusinessTraining Seminar $250 Per Person FRI | 10:00 AM – 4:20 PM (Cannabis Business Seminars Are Private Events.  The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) San Diego | Los Angeles | Pasadena | Sacramento Upcoming Cannabis Business Seminars:  San Diego, CA | 8/5 - 8/6/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 8/19 - 8/20/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 8/26 - 8/27/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar| Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 9/16 - 9/17/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 9/22/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  San Diego, CA | 9/30 - 10/1/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 10/7 - 10/8/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 10/21 - 10/22/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 10/27/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  San Diego, CA | 11/11 - 11/12/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 11/18 - 11/19/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 12/1/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125 If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 1 Day? ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county   Focus is on how and why you need to start up your marijuana business PROPERLY and LEGALLY, under the city and county programs in your area.  Under the marijuana law, the Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act, cannabis dispensaries, co-ops, collectives and delivery services are will not be able to operate with the California Attorney General Guidelines after the Bureau of Cannabis Regulation starts accepting applications.   To read our summary of the new California marijuana law for business, click here. Even now marijuana business get SHUT DOWN every day because the groups operating them are doing business contrary to the law.  Learn what they are doing wrong and how to avoid making those same mistakes.   Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts – period. Objective #1: Step-by-step review of state requirements to start any type of cannabis business in California. Our consultants and attorneys know the law side and out and have been working in other states with similar laws such as Oregon’s recreational Measure 91, Washington State’s Initiative 502 and Colorado’s Amendment 64 recreational marijuana laws.   FROM DAY ONE – we’ll start with:    Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start   ***Medical Marijuana Patients are exempt from MCRSA laws “All the required documents, a step-by-step guide, and class information provided is really all you need to start your basic small private patient garden – you can use the forms we provide to you in class to file for your basic private members only collective, yourself.    ALL CRITICAL BUSINESS FORMS to start a small private collectiveINCLUDED in class handouts **   Marijuana Collective ”Membership Agreement” “Authorization to Transport“ “Authorization to Cultivate”   Cultivation, Harvest, Processing Safety, Security, Use, Edibles.  You Will Be Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Cultivation is Part ART & Part Science – and STILL 100% Illegal – if you don’t follow the law! What documents you have to have posted in order to be compliant with California law. Cannabis cultivation is also All About QUALITY AND CONSISTENT “GRADE” and Quality for Testing and SAFETY. Focus is on what and how you can achieve the BEST Results to safely cultivate, produce and use cannabis for your better health! Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, we will give you a certification of completion that you can use to apply for you business licensing.  You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, GUARANTEED!!!  Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. REGISTER Now for an up coming event Select from our upcoming events listingsSeminars in LA, Sac, San Diego   420 College Events Give You a Chance to Reach Out and Meet Others like you who are just getting into the industry. Don’t Know Anyone in the Community, Now?  You WILL After an ALL Day Event.   During lunch AND AFTER …  Get To Know Others! Our classes are an excellent place to find like-minded people that are working towards similar goals! Various Alumni Mixers And Resources: get off on the right foot – if it comes together – go out to lunch or make an effort to meet after class for time to meet and greet other seminar attendees. Local MIXERS and other events are not always possible – take the time to exchange contact information and make it a habit to visit each other! Hang Out With Experts – Advice and instructions from seasoned veterans in the field with years; and most with generations; of knowledge and know-how. Objective to Network During Event: to insure that students feel comfortable and confident before leaving the two day workshop, to assist one another finding people that have knowledge and resources to help you in your goal of working within the cannabis industry: Still not sure?WHY COME TO AN EVENT? Valuable Experiences New Friends Industry Contacts Step-By-Step Check List FORMS to Take Home! Future Support | Professional Business Services | Confidential Consultations. Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. $300 FOR BOTH DAYS | 3 OR MORE? $25 DISCOUNT PER PERSON! REGISTER Now for an up coming event Select from our upcoming events listingsSeminars in LA, Sac, San Diego Click to Enroll in Upcoming 2 Day Events! Classes Fill Up FAST – RSVP Required! ~ WARNING ~ ADVANCED MATERIALS COVERED in Class! 420 College Knows EXACTLY What INFORMATION You Need To Get Started NOW and We Also Value Your Time and Know that IT’S VALUABLE – No Other Classes Are Required – 2 Intense Days – From 0 to 60 – Straight to Business! “No “basic classes” before learning about how a business works AND we also include basics on cultivation, growing, harvest, processing, packaging, use and give you our favorite recipes!!!”   How much does it cost to open a cannabis business, properly? If you hired an attorney for a consultation on starting a medical marijuana business, you could pay $500 per hour just for the consultation and you’re on your way with no additional help and they still don’t tell you anything worth while (unless you pay for it). 420 College marijuana workshops put you in front of THE TOP CANNABIS ATTORNEY who specializes in medical marijuana defense and marijuana business start up in California for 2 whole hours. Our attorneys and industry contacts are going to be teaching YOU information they would gladly charge you up to $300 an hour privately. Not to mention, all the extras that you’ll get such as cannabis testing lab presentation, insurance agents, merchant account providers, get professional grower’s information, some cooking instructions, edibles and most importantly connecting you with people to help you along in your business. What – are we nuts? It only costs 10% of the fee an attorney would charge? NO – we are COMPASSIONATE and We can provide this QUALITY OF PROFESSIONAL BY LEVERAGING THE GROUP DYNAMIC IN OUR 2 DAY LIVE SEMINARS. We care that you have access to QUALITY – UP TO DATE – RELEVANT information so YOU CAN MAKE EDUCATED DECISIONS TO ENTER THIS INDUSTRY! When so many have the same questions – it just makes sense to do research yourself and hear it for yourself. We can all benefit from the time spent exploring what we ALL need to know! [By-the-way | 420 College offers private workshops and confidential 1-on-1 programs!] One of the greatest asset of all, YOU NOW HAVE FRIENDS IN THE INDUSTRY – you can call us back with any and all questions that you have and we’ll be glad to assist you, as much as we can all for FREE. You’re going to love the fact that we are steering you in the right direction! This is a terrific opportunity for anyone who is interested in starting a legitimate business in the medical marijuana industry in California. We will assist you to get over the scary questions – to find some reliable support and to make clear decisions. All the speakers have prepared handouts to take with you and if you need a “refresher” – anytime – you will have the opportunity to visit us at our future seminars all for FREE, YES, FREE!!! Classes are forming now and seats filling up fast, so go ahead and reserve your seat today.

Sep 22, 2017 10:00 AM

1 Day Cannabis BusinessTraining Seminar $200 Per Person FRI | 10a – 4:20p (Cannabis Business Seminars Are Private Events.  The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) San Diego | Los Angeles | Pasadena | Sacramento Upcoming Cannabis Business Seminars:  Fresno, CA | 9/22/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $75  San Diego, CA | 9/30 - 10/1/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 10/7 - 10/8/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 10/21 - 10/22/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 10/27/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $75  San Diego, CA | 11/11 - 11/12/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 11/18 - 11/19/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 12/1/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $75  Fresno, CA | 6/16/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | $200 per person | Reservation fee of $75.  Sacramento, CA | 7/15 - 7/16/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | $300 per person  Pasadena, CA | 7/22 - 7/23/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar| $300 per person If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 1 Day? ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county   Focus is on how and why you need to start up your marijuana business PROPERLY and LEGALLY, under the city and county programs in your area.  Under the marijuana law, the Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act, cannabis dispensaries, co-ops, collectives and delivery services are will not be able to operate with the California Attorney General Guidelines after the Bureau of Cannabis Regulation starts accepting applications.   To read our summary of the new California marijuana law for business, click here. Even now marijuana business get SHUT DOWN every day because the groups operating them are doing business contrary to the law.  Learn what they are doing wrong and how to avoid making those same mistakes.   Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts – period. Objective #1: Step-by-step review of state requirements to start any type of cannabis business in California. Our consultants and attorneys know the law side and out and have been working in other states with similar laws such as Oregon’s recreational Measure 91, Washington State’s Initiative 502 and Colorado’s Amendment 64 recreational marijuana laws.   FROM DAY ONE – we’ll start with:    Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start   ***Medical Marijuana Patients are exempt from MCRSA laws “All the required documents, a step-by-step guide, and class information provided is really all you need to start your basic small private patient garden – you can use the forms we provide to you in class to file for your basic private members only collective, yourself.    ALL CRITICAL BUSINESS FORMS to start a small private collectiveINCLUDED in class handouts **   Marijuana Collective ”Membership Agreement” “Authorization to Transport“ “Authorization to Cultivate”   Cultivation, Harvest, Processing Safety, Security, Use, Edibles.  You Will Be Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Cultivation is Part ART & Part Science – and STILL 100% Illegal – if you don’t follow the law! What documents you have to have posted in order to be compliant with California law. Cannabis cultivation is also All About QUALITY AND CONSISTENT “GRADE” and Quality for Testing and SAFETY. Focus is on what and how you can achieve the BEST Results to safely cultivate, produce and use cannabis for your better health! Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, we will give you a certification of completion that you can use to apply for you business licensing.  You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, GUARANTEED!!!  Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. REGISTER Now for an up coming event Select from our upcoming events listingsSeminars in LA, Sac, San Diego   420 College Events Give You a Chance to Reach Out and Meet Others like you who are just getting into the industry. Don’t Know Anyone in the Community, Now?  You WILL After an ALL Day Event.   During lunch AND AFTER …  Get To Know Others! Our classes are an excellent place to find like-minded people that are working towards similar goals! Various Alumni Mixers And Resources: get off on the right foot – if it comes together – go out to lunch or make an effort to meet after class for time to meet and greet other seminar attendees. Local MIXERS and other events are not always possible – take the time to exchange contact information and make it a habit to visit each other! Hang Out With Experts – Advice and instructions from seasoned veterans in the field with years; and most with generations; of knowledge and know-how. Objective to Network During Event: to insure that students feel comfortable and confident before leaving the two day workshop, to assist one another finding people that have knowledge and resources to help you in your goal of working within the cannabis industry: Still not sure?WHY COME TO AN EVENT? Valuable Experiences New Friends Industry Contacts Step-By-Step Check List FORMS to Take Home! Future Support | Professional Business Services | Confidential Consultations. Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. $300 FOR BOTH DAYS | 3 OR MORE? $25 DISCOUNT PER PERSON! REGISTER Now for an up coming event Select from our upcoming events listingsSeminars in LA, Sac, San Diego Click to Enroll in Upcoming 2 Day Events! Classes Fill Up FAST – RSVP Required! ~ WARNING ~ ADVANCED MATERIALS COVERED in Class! 420 College Knows EXACTLY What INFORMATION You Need To Get Started NOW and We Also Value Your Time and Know that IT’S VALUABLE – No Other Classes Are Required – 2 Intense Days – From 0 to 60 – Straight to Business! “No “basic classes” before learning about how a business works AND we also include basics on cultivation, growing, harvest, processing, packaging, use and give you our favorite recipes!!!”   How much does it cost to open a cannabis business, properly? If you hired an attorney for a consultation on starting a medical marijuana business, you could pay $500 per hour just for the consultation and you’re on your way with no additional help and they still don’t tell you anything worth while (unless you pay for it). 420 College marijuana workshops put you in front of THE TOP CANNABIS ATTORNEY who specializes in medical marijuana defense and marijuana business start up in California for 2 whole hours. Our attorneys and industry contacts are going to be teaching YOU information they would gladly charge you up to $300 an hour privately. Not to mention, all the extras that you’ll get such as cannabis testing lab presentation, insurance agents, merchant account providers, get professional grower’s information, some cooking instructions, edibles and most importantly connecting you with people to help you along in your business. What – are we nuts? It only costs 10% of the fee an attorney would charge? NO – we are COMPASSIONATE and We can provide this QUALITY OF PROFESSIONAL BY LEVERAGING THE GROUP DYNAMIC IN OUR 2 DAY LIVE SEMINARS. We care that you have access to QUALITY – UP TO DATE – RELEVANT information so YOU CAN MAKE EDUCATED DECISIONS TO ENTER THIS INDUSTRY! When so many have the same questions – it just makes sense to do research yourself and hear it for yourself. We can all benefit from the time spent exploring what we ALL need to know! [By-the-way | 420 College offers private workshops and confidential 1-on-1 programs!] One of the greatest asset of all, YOU NOW HAVE FRIENDS IN THE INDUSTRY – you can call us back with any and all questions that you have and we’ll be glad to assist you, as much as we can all for FREE. You’re going to love the fact that we are steering you in the right direction! This is a terrific opportunity for anyone who is interested in starting a legitimate business in the medical marijuana industry in California. We will assist you to get over the scary questions – to find some reliable support and to make clear decisions. All the speakers have prepared handouts to take with you and if you need a “refresher” – anytime – you will have the opportunity to visit us at our future seminars all for FREE, YES, FREE!!! Classes are forming now and seats filling up fast, so go ahead and reserve your seat today.

Aug 18, 2017 10:00 AM

1 Day Cannabis BusinessTraining Seminar $250 Per Person FRI | 10:00 AM – 4:20 PM (Cannabis Business Seminars Are Private Events.  The Exact Location Of The Seminars Will Be Given After Enrollment.) San Diego | Los Angeles | Pasadena | Sacramento Upcoming Cannabis Business Seminars:  San Diego, CA | 8/5 - 8/6/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 8/19 - 8/20/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 8/26 - 8/27/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar| Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 9/16 - 9/17/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 9/22/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  San Diego, CA | 9/30 - 10/1/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 10/7 - 10/8/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Sacramento, CA | 10/21 - 10/22/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 10/27/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  San Diego, CA | 11/11 - 11/12/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Pasadena, CA | 11/18 - 11/19/2017 | 2 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125  Fresno, CA | 12/1/2017 | 1 DAY Seminar | Reservation fee of $125 If you are thinking about entering the cannabis industry or have made up your mind and are ready to start a cannabis business in California, our Cannabis Business Training Courses are for YOU!!! What Can You Learn in Just 1 Day? ALL the important “Stuff” to help insure your success! Complete breakdown of Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act and Proposition 64 Breakdown of California Medical Marijuana Laws & California Attorney General Guidelines for collective operations What you have to do to qualify for the licensing in your city or county   Focus is on how and why you need to start up your marijuana business PROPERLY and LEGALLY, under the city and county programs in your area.  Under the marijuana law, the Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act, cannabis dispensaries, co-ops, collectives and delivery services are will not be able to operate with the California Attorney General Guidelines after the Bureau of Cannabis Regulation starts accepting applications.   To read our summary of the new California marijuana law for business, click here. Even now marijuana business get SHUT DOWN every day because the groups operating them are doing business contrary to the law.  Learn what they are doing wrong and how to avoid making those same mistakes.   Our primary objective is to – first and foremost – provide the facts – period. Objective #1: Step-by-step review of state requirements to start any type of cannabis business in California. Our consultants and attorneys know the law side and out and have been working in other states with similar laws such as Oregon’s recreational Measure 91, Washington State’s Initiative 502 and Colorado’s Amendment 64 recreational marijuana laws.   FROM DAY ONE – we’ll start with:    Marijuana business permits and licensing requirements with focus on city and county regulations How to deal with city/county ordinances and bans Creating Operating Procedures and Business Plans Tax challenges and strategies Banking strategies Location finding and dealing with landlords Insurance agents will be covering exactly what is insurable Advertising strategies Packaging requirements We will also cover how to start a marijuana patient collective and proper collective operations Make sure ALL of your questions have been answered before you leave and you have a good comprehensive understanding of what it takes to start and operate a cannabis business in any city or county in California Most importantly, the resources needed to start   ***Medical Marijuana Patients are exempt from MCRSA laws “All the required documents, a step-by-step guide, and class information provided is really all you need to start your basic small private patient garden – you can use the forms we provide to you in class to file for your basic private members only collective, yourself.    ALL CRITICAL BUSINESS FORMS to start a small private collectiveINCLUDED in class handouts **   Marijuana Collective ”Membership Agreement” “Authorization to Transport“ “Authorization to Cultivate”   Cultivation, Harvest, Processing Safety, Security, Use, Edibles.  You Will Be Taking Lessons From EXPERIENCED Professional Growers. For Experienced Growers – Let’s compare notes and you may find a few new tips or tricks, along the way For Beginner Growers – LEARN the basics on how to grow marijuana per your physician’s recommendation or for the members of your collective. Cultivation is Part ART & Part Science – and STILL 100% Illegal – if you don’t follow the law! What documents you have to have posted in order to be compliant with California law. Cannabis cultivation is also All About QUALITY AND CONSISTENT “GRADE” and Quality for Testing and SAFETY. Focus is on what and how you can achieve the BEST Results to safely cultivate, produce and use cannabis for your better health! Objective: Learn the steps to take to insure you can quality cannabis from seeds, starter plants (clones) all the way through to harvest. Strain selection, space required Growing indoors, outdoors and hydroponics Instructions for watering, lighting, ventilation, cycles Equipment that will be needed Detailed instructions on pest control, smell abatement, security, pH balance, and drying/curing CERTIFICATION with, ONGOING HELP & SUPPORT: Once you take our seminars, we will give you a certification of completion that you can use to apply for you business licensing.  You can always call or email our staff, faculty or instructors if you want further assistance, we’ll do our best to answer your questions all for FREE! At the end of the seminar, you’ll walk away with all the knowledge you need to start and operate any type of cannabis business in California, GUARANTEED!!!  Most Importantly – We give you the Resources Needed to Start Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. REGISTER Now for an up coming event Select from our upcoming events listingsSeminars in LA, Sac, San Diego   420 College Events Give You a Chance to Reach Out and Meet Others like you who are just getting into the industry. Don’t Know Anyone in the Community, Now?  You WILL After an ALL Day Event.   During lunch AND AFTER …  Get To Know Others! Our classes are an excellent place to find like-minded people that are working towards similar goals! Various Alumni Mixers And Resources: get off on the right foot – if it comes together – go out to lunch or make an effort to meet after class for time to meet and greet other seminar attendees. Local MIXERS and other events are not always possible – take the time to exchange contact information and make it a habit to visit each other! Hang Out With Experts – Advice and instructions from seasoned veterans in the field with years; and most with generations; of knowledge and know-how. Objective to Network During Event: to insure that students feel comfortable and confident before leaving the two day workshop, to assist one another finding people that have knowledge and resources to help you in your goal of working within the cannabis industry: Still not sure?WHY COME TO AN EVENT? Valuable Experiences New Friends Industry Contacts Step-By-Step Check List FORMS to Take Home! Future Support | Professional Business Services | Confidential Consultations. Classes are forming now and they fill up fast.Reserve your seat today. $300 FOR BOTH DAYS | 3 OR MORE? $25 DISCOUNT PER PERSON! REGISTER Now for an up coming event Select from our upcoming events listingsSeminars in LA, Sac, San Diego Click to Enroll in Upcoming 2 Day Events! Classes Fill Up FAST – RSVP Required! ~ WARNING ~ ADVANCED MATERIALS COVERED in Class! 420 College Knows EXACTLY What INFORMATION You Need To Get Started NOW and We Also Value Your Time and Know that IT’S VALUABLE – No Other Classes Are Required – 2 Intense Days – From 0 to 60 – Straight to Business! “No “basic classes” before learning about how a business works AND we also include basics on cultivation, growing, harvest, processing, packaging, use and give you our favorite recipes!!!”   How much does it cost to open a cannabis business, properly? If you hired an attorney for a consultation on starting a medical marijuana business, you could pay $500 per hour just for the consultation and you’re on your way with no additional help and they still don’t tell you anything worth while (unless you pay for it). 420 College marijuana workshops put you in front of THE TOP CANNABIS ATTORNEY who specializes in medical marijuana defense and marijuana business start up in California for 2 whole hours. Our attorneys and industry contacts are going to be teaching YOU information they would gladly charge you up to $300 an hour privately. Not to mention, all the extras that you’ll get such as cannabis testing lab presentation, insurance agents, merchant account providers, get professional grower’s information, some cooking instructions, edibles and most importantly connecting you with people to help you along in your business. What – are we nuts? It only costs 10% of the fee an attorney would charge? NO – we are COMPASSIONATE and We can provide this QUALITY OF PROFESSIONAL BY LEVERAGING THE GROUP DYNAMIC IN OUR 2 DAY LIVE SEMINARS. We care that you have access to QUALITY – UP TO DATE – RELEVANT information so YOU CAN MAKE EDUCATED DECISIONS TO ENTER THIS INDUSTRY! When so many have the same questions – it just makes sense to do research yourself and hear it for yourself. We can all benefit from the time spent exploring what we ALL need to know! [By-the-way | 420 College offers private workshops and confidential 1-on-1 programs!] One of the greatest asset of all, YOU NOW HAVE FRIENDS IN THE INDUSTRY – you can call us back with any and all questions that you have and we’ll be glad to assist you, as much as we can all for FREE. You’re going to love the fact that we are steering you in the right direction! This is a terrific opportunity for anyone who is interested in starting a legitimate business in the medical marijuana industry in California. We will assist you to get over the scary questions – to find some reliable support and to make clear decisions. All the speakers have prepared handouts to take with you and if you need a “refresher” – anytime – you will have the opportunity to visit us at our future seminars all for FREE, YES, FREE!!! Classes are forming now and seats filling up fast, so go ahead and reserve your seat today.

Oct 06, 2017 6:00 PM

Get back to your roots at our Jewish summer camp for adults. Trybal Gathering's all-inclusive getaway is hosted at Camp Alonim, Spanning 3,000 acres in the rolling hills of Simi Valley in California. Camp's landscaped grounds and magnificent views set the backdrop for our all-inclusive getaway just 45 minutes from Los Angeles. In fact, the property is so unique that Camp Alonim has become one of Hollywood's favorite film locations. Jurassic Park, Star Trek, Power Rangers, 24, and Bones are just a few of the productions filmed on site. It's the perfect setting to relax by the pool, stargaze around the campfire, climb the 50' alpine tower, and do sunrise salutations facing the Santa Susana Mountains. Toss in our menu of creative programs and you’ll spend a blissful weekend connecting with new friends while disconnecting from the real world. This experience is yours to make what you want of it. TICKET INFORMATION This event is open to Jewish young adults and their friends ages 21+. You will need to present legal ID at camp check in. After reserving your spot, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Trybal’s ticketing partner IMPORTANT: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder All payments are 100% refundable until 60 days prior to camp's start date. Reservations can be transferred within a 12 month window if requested with two months notice. Enrollment is subject to availability without notice. WAYS TO SAVE Limited Summer Rates - Thru August 1 A limited number of Summer Rates tickets are available through August 1 to receive a $75 discount Offer is subject to availability without notice. Group Discounts Groups of 4+ get a $25 discount per person To redeem, one person must purchase all tickets for the group Federation Discounts If you have a Federation promo code, enter it before selecting your ticket type Your discount will appear as the difference between the current posted rates and the value of your promo code's discount  NEED HELP? Email: [email protected]: 202.536.2929

Sep 08, 2017 7:00 AM

CamelBak Pursuit - What to Expect Try New Things Always wanted to learn to surf, mountain bike, stand up paddle, or rock climb? Awesome. You'll be provided with the industry's best equipment and you'll learn from world-class athletes and instructors. Want to improve your photography, camp cooking, or backpacking skills? You'll have 200+ field sessions and activities to choose from, all led by amazing and friendly guides. This is not a demo day - this is a fully-customizable, authentic experience. Make New Friends One of our goals for these events is to bring our amazing community together in real life. We want CamelBak Pursuit to build upon The Outbound's incredible community and allow you to create real relationships with other fun folks. You'll get to hang out with our Explorers, like-minded adventurers from your own city, and even some outdoor icons. We hope that you'll be able to leave PURSUIT with new friends and a new network of adventure buddies to motivate and inspire you once you return to your everyday life. Escape for a Weekend The 9-5 struggle is real. We understand that it's not always easy to break away from work, over-committed schedules, and other obligations. That's one of the main reasons we created this first-of-its-kind event. It will never be easier or more convenient to immerse yourself in the outdoors, to learn all of those activities you've always wanted to try, and to unwind by a campfire every night. Oh, and the complimentary s'mores, free beer, and live music probably won't hurt either. Have Fun This isn't an "industry" event for insiders and influencers. It's for you. We're here to give you a weekend of action-packed fun in the outdoors, and we hope you can join us. Registration Info Each price level is available in a limited quantity. Once the allotment of the given price level is sold out, tickets will move to the next higher price level until the event sells out. Once you purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Pursuit’s ticketing partner. Important: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you can't find it there either, click here to access the Eventbrite help center. All sales are final and the event is rain or shine. By purchasing this ticket you accept the terms and conditions.Soon it’ll be time to start building your custom calendar of activities for the CamelBak Pursuit weekend. There are hundreds of activities and educational experiences to choose from as you build your custom calendar, with more to be added as we approach event weekend, so check back often and prepare to #TakeItOutside!

Jul 10, 2017 8:00 AM

Summer camp at Guelph Lake Nature Centre is all about being outdoors.  We believe that the best camp memories come from exploring nature, making discoveries, building a campfire, hiking through the fields and forests, finding frogs and water creatures and connecting with the natural world.  Along the way we know that campers will make new friends, learn new games and discover new skills.   The camps are action-packed and full of different activities each and every day. All camps focus on environmental discovery and engage campers in the outdoors in a fun, yet educational way. Every camper receives a free nature themed t-shirt. Campers can enjoy a different camp theme each week with hikes, crafts and activities designed to make the outdoors fun!  Participants actively go outside daily to explore the fields and forests that surround the nature centre. Our highly skilled team will share their passion and knowledge of nature and outdoor adventure with your child.  Our goal is to connect your child to a lifetime of appreciation for nature and the outdoors. Intermediate and Senior camps offer kids  a little more challenge and are designed to provide an more adventure based camp experience for our older campers. These camps include much longer wilderness treks and some offer caving or canoeing for a day in Rockwood. Please scroll to the bottom of the page for a listing of camp themes and dates. All camps run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Supervision is provided from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m for free. Every camper receives a free t-shirt too!Check out the day camp opportunties at Rockwood if the camp at Guelph Lake is full.  http://www.eventbrite.ca/event/4923378959/eorg# FAQs  What should my child bring to the camps?  To make sure that your child has the best possible experience at camp, please be sure to send them with the following items:  A healthy, nut free lunch and drinks (a refillable water bottle is a good choice)    Extra snacks – we work up a good appetite every day!    Sun hat and sunscreen    Rain gear – just in case!    A change of clothes and shoes. On hot days we may play water games to cool down so a swimsuit may be a good idea. Sunscreen and bug spray should be applied before your child comes to camp each day. Staff will remind campers to reapply sunscreen throughout the day. Please be sure your child knows how to apply their sunscreen. We do NOT provide or apply sunscreen or bug spray due to the possibility of allergic reactions.  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? A camper information package will be sent to you a week or two before camp. In the meantime if you have any specfic questions please email [email protected]  What is the refund policy? Full refunds will be granted if requested six weeks before the first day of camp. Refunds requested after that time and up to three weeks before the first day of camp will be subject to a $50 administration fee. Refunds requested with less than 3 weeks before for the first day of camp will be subject to a $100 administration fee. Camp Weeks Hands On Nature - July 10 -14  (for Ages 6 - 10) It's time to get mucky and discover your wild side.  We have a full week of outdoor experiences and challenges lined up for campers. This week we will explore forests, meet the creatures that live in the river, get nose to antennae with the bugs that live in the meadow and practice some survival skills. Naturalist in Training - July 10 - 14 (for ages 14 - 16)  The Naturalist-In-Training (NIT) Level 1 and Level 2 are designed for teens aged 14 (or entering grade 9) -16 who are looking for skills that will help with future employment and an opportunity to complete their community volunteer hours. During this leadership week, campers will have the chance to gain certifications such as emergency first-aid, ORCKA-level canoeing or swim safeguard. They will also develop leadership skills, nature skills and build a knowledge base that will allow them to feel comfortable leading camp activities. An overnight campout at Rockwood Conservation Area is included in this week-long camp. Children need to be dropped off at the Rockwood Conservation Area on Thursday morning and picked up at Rockwood on Friday afternoon. Campers may be asked to bring a tent.  Each camper will be able to choose to attend at least one additional week of camp where they can volunteer and apply their new skills! First year participants will be Level 1 with returning campers joining Level 2. Survival Challenge - July 17 - 21 (for ages 6 - 10) Become more comfortable in nature while learning to understand the land and its wildlife. We’ll practice skills like tracking, shelter-building and fire-building. End the week by testing your skills in a teamwork survival challenge!  MACh 1 - July 17 – 21 (for ages 10 - 13) Are you up for MACH 1 (Multi Adventure Challenge)? During this week your endurance will be put to the test. We head off from the Nature Centre for full days of hiking, biking and exploring. We will learn to use GPS to navigate trails and discover geocaches in the park. On Thursday campers will begin their day at Rockwood Conservation Area for an overnight camp out. Parents will need to drop your child off at the Rockwood Conservation Area on Thursday. Thursday and Friday we will explore the caves and canoe the River at Rockwood Conservation Area. Campers will have to supply their own bike. Art Outdoors – July 24 - 28 (for ages 6 - 10) Let your creative side loose and let nature inspire your creations. This week we will experience nature while exploring different art mediums. Topics may include painting, sketching, sculpting and digital photography.  Guardians of the Grand - July 24 - 28 (for ages 10 - 13) Join our superhero training camp to become a Guardian of the Grand.  Campers will learn and experience the powers and abilities of Mother Nature’s creatures. Find out which animals are the strongest, the best fliers and which animals have the best camouflage. Campers will participate in projects to help local animals such as protecting habitat loss and attacking invasive species. Friday we'll spend the day exploring Rockwood Conservation Area. Friday drop off and pick up will be at Rockwood Conservation Area. Nature Ninjas – July 31– Aug 4 (for ages 6 - 10)  Using stealth and awareness, become a protector of the wild spaces around Guelph Lake. Discover the ancient secrets of the Nature Ninja. Draw on traditions both ancient and new, to build epic skills of wilderness survival and invisibility. Join the guardians of our wild realm. Unleash your inner ninja! Survival Challenge – July 31 – Aug 1 (for ages 10 - 13) Do you have what it takes to survive in the wild? Learn to build shelters and tie simple knots. Campers will practise the art of fire building, fishing and animal tracking. We will ID, collect and prepare edible wild plants as well! Friday will be spent exploring and practicing survival skills at Rockwood Park. Friday drop off and pick up will be at Rockwood Conservation Area. Dragons and Damsels - Aug 8 – 11 (for ages 6 - 10) Come exploring with us and meet some of the creatures that have inspired myths and legends. We will look for fairy rings and hunt for magical creatures and places. Is it myth or magic or mother nature? Let a dragon land on your nose and find beautiful damsels living by the river. Canada 150 – Aug 14 - 18  (for ages 6 - 10) Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday by learning about the animals that live here. From coast to coast, from the arctic to the prairies, Canada is home to amazing creatures with incredible adaptations for survival.   We will play games, go exploring and even meet some of these awesome animals face to face. Nature Scene Investigation – Aug 14 - 18 (for ages 10 - 13) Want to become a nature scene detective and solve some mysteries? Put your natural curiosity to work and learn how to look for clues and signs of what is going on around you. This active camp will expand your nature awareness through games and hikes.  Campers will develop their tracking skills, examine skulls and bones and study bird nests to solve the mysteries all around us. Friday we will spend the day at Rockwood. Drop off and pick up will be at the Rockwood Conservation Area on Friday. SPLASH! – Aug 21 – 25 (for ages 6 - 10) Water covers over 70% of our planet, it is vital to our survival…and it is a lot of fun. Join us as we look at water above and below the surface. We will wade in, get wet, make cool discoveries, and most importantly learn to appreciate this incredible resource. Nature Ninjas – Aug 21 - 25 (for ages 10 - 13) Using stealth and awareness, become a protector of the wild spaces around Guelph Lake. Discover the ancient secrets of the Nature Ninja. Draw on traditions both ancient and new, to build epic skills of wilderness survival and invisibility. Join the guardians of our wild realm. Unleash your inner ninja! Friday we'll spend the day canoeing and caving at Rockwood Conservation Area. Drop off and pick up will be at the Rockwood Conservation Area on Friday. Nature Scene Investigation - Aug 25 - Sept 1 (for ages 6 -10) Want to become a nature scene detective and solve some mysteries? Put your natural curiosity to work and learn how to look for clues and signs of what is going on around you. This active camp will introduce nature awareness through games and hikes.  Campers will develop their tracking skills, examine skulls and bones and study bird nests to solve the mysteries all around us. Art Outdoors - Aug 28 – Sept 1(for ages 10 - 13)  Let your creative side outside! This week, campers will get to experience nature while using various art mediums. Some topics we might cover include painting, sketching, sculpting and digital photography. We will visit the Rockwood Conservation Area to go caving on Friday. Drop off and pick up will be at the Rockwood Conservation Area on Friday.