Dulcie Sinn, Ph.D., founder of the Cha Cha Cooking Club, will lead a two-hour introductory class on the new legal opportunities for home-grown cannabis for medical and recreational adult-use.
Monday, July 1st from 6 - 8pm, at the Anderson Recreation Center (125 W. Walnut Ave.)
Cost is $20 per person. Class is limited to 25.
General information will be shared on history and laws, myths and science, purchasing and planting, growing and harvesting, cooking and infusing. Jobs and economic opportunities in the cannabis industry will also be discussed.
“My classes will be a safe place to come and ask any questions about gardening, edibles, and topicals. Learn about on-line and community resources,” Sinn said. In addition, the class will provide information and language “to talk with children and teens” about cannabis. Practical advice for visiting a dispensary. And, recipes for inexpensive healing salves. “My focus will be all about home cooking — about teaching consumers how to use cannabis for healing and fun,” she noted.
“If you can grow tomatoes, you can grow cannabis.”