Hawaiʻi’s Medical Cannabis Day Starts June 14th at 10am.
Featuring Dr. Bonni Goldstein. Dr. Bonni will deliver our keynote address, “Cannabis is Medicine” followed by a short QnA. Use the form at right to submit your questions.
The purpose of Medical Cannabis Day is “to honor our patients and their struggles these past twenty-one years and to recognize and protect the right of patients to engage in the state authorized use of Cannabis for medical purposes in Hawaii.” -Dr. Clifton Otto
This inclusive, virtual event will air free for all attendees. #PatientFirst organizations on each island will be celebrating in their own unique style. This inter-island celebration will be broadcast via Zoom.
A special keynote address will kick off the day at 10am. Expert presentations, QnA, music and fun will follow. Meet new and old friends in the virtual lounge and get involved at any level you choose.
Online donations will be accepted but your attendance is free. Sponsorship opportunities available.
Special thanks to the many organizations and volunteers for volunteering time and resources to make this state-wide event possible.
Medical Cannabis Day roots come from the early adoption of the state authorized use of Cannabis for medical purposes. The intention and positive blessings of Cannabis for medical patients continues. Dr. Clifton Otto’s work over the last ten years has brought recognition for patients with debilitating health conditions. Dr. Otto spends a substantial amount of resources to raise awareness for patients suffering and passed. We give special thanks to Dr. Otto for making this event a key part of Hawaii’s cultural Cannabis celebration. Together we honor patients and our rights to Cannabis medicine.
Our island Mayors have been asked again to proclaim June 14th, Medical Cannabis Day in Hawaii. We’re hopeful Governor David Ige will join our Mayors this year.
Last Year’s Event:
View last year’s proclamations: Mayor Kim:
Everyone has a role to play. We honor your community service, advocacy and the challenges you’ve overcome. There are many many roles and we celebrate them all.
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