One thing I have noticed about cannabis enthusiasts, or stoners if you will, is that they are typically non-judgmental. This was extremely apparent last month when I attended classes at Puff Pass & Paint. Led by Heidi Keyes, Michael Eymer and their crew, Puff Pass & Paint is perfect for both cannabis consumers and non-consumers.

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One thing I have noticed about cannabis enthusiasts, or stoners if you will, is that they are typically non-judgmental. This was extremely apparent last month when I attended classes at Puff Pass & Paint. Led by Heidi Keyes, Michael Eymer and their crew, Puff Pass & Paint is perfect for both cannabis consumers and non-consumers. And, as their website states, “Puff, Pass & Paint isn’t about making the perfect piece of art. It’s about being part of an atmosphere that is relaxed, comfortable, open-minded, and allowing yourself to freely create your own original masterpiece.”

Each class does come with a complimentary glass of wine but the events are not alcohol centered. In the classes that my husband and I participated in, we met a myriad of people from all walks of life and no one was really concerned with what another was doing. Everyone was able to co-exist, enjoy each other’s company and just have a great time. One of the paint class attendees even mentioned to me that she typically was not able to turn her mind off but for the time that she was at Puff Pass & Paint, she was able to zone into her painting and quiet her mind for a bit.

Puff Pass & Paint is similar to the wine and paint classes that we have seen pop up in town the last couple years. You pay for the class which includes a glass of wine. Cannabis may be consumed during the class but it is not provided and attendees must be at least 21 years of age. Paint instructor Mike Cassini does a great job of guiding that class’ painting while allowing the painters to do their own thing. If painting is not your thing, you may want to check out Cooking with Cannabis which is held on Sundays for brunch and taught by Chef Kristal Chamblee. Not only does Kristal explain each recipe step by step, the classes are small and hands on, and you get to take home a little of what you make each time. Another awesome class taught by Kristal is the newly added Puff, Pass & Pamper where we did a face mask and made an infused bath soak and lip balm while waiting for the mask to dry. As if these weren’t enough, Puff, Pass & Pottery will be offered starting this month and participants will be able to make their own ashtrays and hand pipes!

Ready to sign up for a class? Visit puffpassandpaint.com and click on Book a Class! Puff Pass & Paint makes it easy to attend all their classes, after you attend your first class, you will receive a code for 20% off any future classes! Attend your favorite classes, have a blast and be on the lookout for CannabisTours.com, Puff Pass & Paint’s parent company who will be in Nevada soon offering cannabis tours and 420-friendly hotels.

Led by Heidi Keyes, Michael Eymer and their crew, Puff Pass & Paint is perfect for both cannabis consumers and non-consumers. And, as their website states, “Puff, Pass & Paint isn’t about making the perfect piece of art. It’s about being part of an atmosphere that is relaxed, comfortable, open-minded, and allowing yourself to freely create your own original masterpiece.”

Each class does come with a complimentary glass of wine but the events are not alcohol centered. In the classes that my husband and I participated in, we met a myriad of people from all walks of life and no one was really concerned with what another was doing. Everyone was able to co-exist, enjoy each other’s company and just have a great time. One of the paint class attendees even mentioned to me that she typically was not able to turn her mind off but for the time that she was at Puff Pass & Paint, she was able to zone into her painting and quiet her mind for a bit.

Puff Pass & Paint is similar to the wine and paint classes that we have seen pop up in town the last couple years. You pay for the class which includes a glass of wine. Cannabis may be consumed during the class but it is not provided and attendees must be at least 21 years of age. Paint instructor Mike Cassini does a great job of guiding that class’ painting while allowing the painters to do their own thing. If painting is not your thing, you may want to check out Cooking with Cannabis which is held on Sundays for brunch and taught by Chef Kristal Chamblee. Not only does Kristal explain each recipe step by step, the classes are small and hands on, and you get to take home a little of what you make each time. Another awesome class taught by Kristal is the newly added Puff, Pass & Pamper where we did a face mask and made an infused bath soak and lip balm while waiting for the mask to dry. As if these weren’t enough, Puff, Pass & Pottery will be offered starting this month and participants will be able to make their own ashtrays and hand pipes!

Ready to sign up for a class? Visit puffpassandpaint.com and click on Book a Class! Puff Pass & Paint makes it easy to attend all their classes, after you attend your first class, you will receive a code for 20% off any future classes! Attend your favorite classes, have a blast and be on the lookout for CannabisTours.com, Puff Pass & Paint’s parent company who will be in Nevada soon offering cannabis tours and 420-friendly hotels.

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