make and mary
make and mary
  • One-of-a-kind workshop for craftspeople who like to create while enjoying cannabis.

  • No special skills are required. Attendees must be at least 21 years old. Each workshop includes all necessary materials,  a helpful how-to maker session, good company, food, mock cocktails, and some natural inspiration. BYOW encouraged.

Upcoming Events

Learn to Burn—Woodburning Pipes

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Learn to Burn, and Burn one down at Portland Design Week and 420!

There’s nothing like the smell of burnt wood, and the gratification of creating something new from something already existing. In this workshop attendees will learn to transfer images onto beautiful wooden pipes, handcrafted by Rairfield Hard Pipes.


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Past Events

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Self Care, Session 1: Tinctures, Tarot, and Glass Etching


Learn to create Cannabis tincture from fine grade cannabis flower and other natural botanicals. Tinctures are a nice alternative in consuming. They are discreet, easy to use, absorb quickly in your system, and have a long shelf life.

LIFTED—Cannabis Infused Yoga

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Join us for an evening of zen. As part of our goal for self care in the new year, Make and Mary is creating space to get lifted though shanti and some natural inspiration. We are thrilled to work with one of Portland’s highly respected yoga teachers, Shaney Aalbers. This experience is for everyone (novice or seasoned). Please bring your own mat, other comforts you may need: straps, blanket, props, we have a limited number of mats to share). Light refreshments are included.  21+ only.

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  • Alchemy is Magical

  • Join us as we delve into the art and science of cannabis cocktails with local maker Camille Messina of Messina Bitters
  • We’ll concoct with infusion and extraction techniques, learn about dosing estimations, flavoring pairings, and partake in mocktail tastings.
  • We’ll be mixing paint with water to create beautiful marbled coasters, sketchbooks, and custom tincture bottles.
  • The Japanese Art of Shibori— Indigo Dying

  • In Japan, the earliest known example of cloth dyed with a Shibori technique dates from the 8th century. The process is created through a series of folding, twisting, and binding using plant based indigo dye. The results are unique and beautiful.
  • Join us as we Make & Mary with other craftspeople in the beautiful, and private Tillamook Station. We’ll provide all the necessary materials and guidance, along with mocktails, and snacks.
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