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Immerse yourself in The Caterpiller Lounge and take a journey through the enchanted world of Zentopia, a one-of-a-kind visual festival.

This magical 3D black light experience is created by artist Debi Cable and offers guests a spectacular interactive and immersive art exhibit.

Zentopia is a “dark” experience with each journey illuminated by UV/Black light technology, incorporating “Chroma Depth” glasses for each guest.

As always, indulge your senses with our signature vape bar, silly nibbles, CBD infused beverages and more.

We can't wait to share the evening with you and Mary Jane loves you.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).

The best way to deal with the 'Blue Devil', is to laugh in his face and let the good times roll.

 

Join us as we uplift ours souls in an immersive evening of blues music paired with our favorite blue strains.

 

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holidays by exploring your naughty but nice side.

Delve into the wonderful world of Cannabis with our carefully curated and intimate soiree.

 

“A Mary Jane Soiree will leave you feeling empowered by creative and forward-thinking strangers, now considered friends.” B.Blunt Daily

 

Join us, as we embrace the naughty stigma while celebrating the pleasurable benefits and niceties, of our beloved Mary Jane.

 

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It was Bob Dylan who introduced the Beatles to Cannabis for the first time in 1964. John Lennon later stated, “We were smoking marijuana for breakfast. We were well into marijuana, and nobody could communicate with us. We were just glazed eyes and giggling all the time.” Cannabis stayed with the Fab Four and inspired a new sound for an entire generation.

 

In 1964 a professor of Medicinal Chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was the first to identify delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol,THC, as the main psychoactive component in marijuana. Dr. Raphael Mechoulam was also the first to synthesize THC.

Cannabis activism also started in earnest on August 16, 1964, when Lowell Eggermiers walked into a San Francisco Police Station, announced, “I am starting a campaign to legalize marijuana smoking. I wish to be arrested.” Whereupon he fired up a joint, took a hit, and his wish was granted.

 

Join us as we celebrate the ones who came before us.

Elevate your senses while immersing yourself in  the delight of 1964 food, music,culture and cinema.