Classic Cars and Cannabis to Bring Thousands to Everett, WA This Weekend

Two big events in Everett this weekend as the annual Wheels on the Waterfront Car Show returns to the Port of Everett and the Cannabis Cup marijuana trade show makes its first Everett appearance at Comcast Arena.

First, Wheels on the Waterfront…

Wheels on waterfront Wheels on the Waterfront Fall Classic Car Show is an annual charity event the first weekend after Labor Day. The event benefits the Providence Foundation’s Cancer Patient Assistance Fund. With special support from the Port of Everett and Harbor Marine, the event showcases and awards prizes to cars in 22 different classifications. The event includes: Scuttlebutt Brewery beer garden, live music, wine tasting, food and other vendors, awards ceremony, charity drawings, as well as showcasing local car dealerships, the Port of Everett and additional area businesses.

Click here for an event flyer — Please post for community members!

Click here for a list of event sponsors

Date: Saturday, September 6, 2014

Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Set-up 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.)

Where: Waterfront Center, 1205 Craftsman Way, Everett, Washington (Port of Everett Marina). Drive-thru registration at Harbor Marine, located off 10th Street, beginning at 7 a.m. Sept. 6)

Cost: FREE to visitors; $25 car pre-registration fee before Sept. 1 (includes free show t-shirt); after Sept. 1 through day of event, $30.

Entries: Classic stock and modified cars, domestic and foreign, 1900 to the present, as well as T-buckets and street rods will be featured with trophies given to the top 3 in each of the 22 judged categories. All show cars will be on concrete as Craftsman Way and surrounding marina areas will be used for the show.

Schedule of Events (Saturday, September 6):
7 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.: Drive through registration Harbor Marine, cars placed, vendors set-up
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Jetty Island boat shuttles from the event
10 a.m. – 4p.m.: Cars on display, vendors open for business (official judging 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.: Roaming microphone, sponsor, vendor, car participant’s recognition, and People’s Choice voting by car show entrants, “Show-n-Shine” time
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: Scuttlebutt beer garden, wine tasting, Bluewater Distillery tours Noon – 1 p.m.: “Live” national radio broadcast – KRKO with Jeff Shade
1 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.: Special recognition and acknowledgements
1:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.: Providence Foundation speakers share about the charity and cause
1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.: Trophy award winners by classification and charity drawing winners announced
2:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.: “Live” music, street dance (3 – 3:15 p.m. final charity drawings/awards)
4 p.m. – 6 p.m.: Clean-up, take down, street re-opens

Here’s What we know about the Cannabis Cup

Cannabis Cup Poster What is a Cannabis Cup?
It’s a two-day trade show/EXPO incorporating vendor booths in a main building with an extended outdoor component for additional vendor booths.

Inside booths range from glassware and clothing to grow equipment and artwork. Inside also features three seminars per day either in a sectioned off area off the main floor or in a private “theater” like setting. The seminar topics include legalization regulations featuring Northwest experts, current political issues, grow seminars with HIGH TIMES editors as well as a cooking seminar from our own Cannabis Cookbook author.

The outdoor component is typically a fenced off area with privacy screening that is not visible to the general public. Medicating (smoking) is allowed in this area for those 18+ with a picture ID. Visitors are wrist banded for entry. Security is posted to assure these regulations are followed.

No selling or distributing of cannabis is allowed.

There is Saturday night entertainment typically starting @ 8PM and lasting till @ 11PM.

Either at the venue or in another venue if room does not allow.

The entire event is protected by outside hired security. Every security company we’re hired for these events has stated that we have the most polite and respectful attendees of any events they work (including sporting events, concerts etc.).

This event is a celebratory and informational gathering for vendors and patients.


Saturday, September 6th

Doors open at noon

*All seminars take place in the second floor conference room. Follow signs.

1 p.m.

“The Military Veteran and Cannabis”

Bobby Black (moderator), HIGH TIMES

Steven Jacob Lull, veteran, US Surgeon Generals Team

Dakota Blue Serna. veteran, The Green Union

Rick Rosio, Veterans for Compassionate Care

Dr. Paul Smith, physician, Marijuana for Trauma Inc.
Dr. Darryl Hudson, Marijuana for Trauma Inc.
Matt Ferris, nutritional healer
Fabian Henry, veteran, Marijuana for Trauma Inc.

2 p.m.

“The Art of Edibles”

Elise McDonough (moderator) HIGH TIMES

Marla “Molly” Poiset, Cheffettes
Kenny Morrison, Evergreen Herbal

Alison Draisin, Ettalew’s Medibles
Madhu, Siddhi Tonics

3 p.m
Nico Escondido presents “Beginner Grow Tips for Indoor Cultivation: Get Growing Now”

4 p.m. Saturday

“The New Washington Apple: Navigating i502”

Kurt Boehl (moderator), criminal defense attorney

Adam Smith, Avitas Agriculture

Michael Devlin, consumer goods professional

Lauren Downes, Herbal Nation

James Lathrop, Cannabis City

Adam Mintz, Steep Hill Halent Laboratory

5 p.m.

“The Science of Cannabis: Understanding Our Medicine”

Addison Demoura (moderator) Steep Hill Halent Lab

Kymron deCesare. Unversity of California/Davis

Dr. Benson Hausman, Elemental Wellness Center

8 p.m.

The Arena

HIGH TIMES Magazine presents The Wailers

Sunday, September 7th

Doors open at noon.

1 p.m. “Canna-business 101: How to open yours!”

Jen Bernstein (moderator) HIGH TIMES
Adam Mintz, Steep Hill Halent Laboratory
Garyn Angel, Magical Butter.
Brett Albanese (aka Bart Simpson), Cloud Penz.
Kitty Dunleavy Miller, Cannabis Farmers Markets, Kit-Tea’s herbal remedies.

2 p.m.
Russ Belville presents “The Top Ten Legalization Lies and the Sound Bites to Debunk Them”

3 p.m.

“HIGH TIMES presents Free Weed from Danny Danko”

Danny Danko (host) HIGH TIMES

K, Trichome Technologies
Michael Boutin, Cultivator

DJ Short, cultivation and breeding expert.
Scott, Rare Dankness
Matt, BC Bud Depot

4 p.m.

“The Power of Topicals”

Elise McDonough (moderator) HIGH TIMES
Ah Warner, Cannabis Basics

Trista Okel, Empower Oil
Kitty Dunlavy Miller, Cannabis Farmers Markets, Kit-Tea’s herbal remedies
Megan Schwarting, Kush Creams

5 p.m.
Jon Gettman presents: “Competition and Cannabis Markets”

7:30 p.m.
The Arena
The U.S. Cannabis Cup Awards

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