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Cannabis Calendar: Marijuana-Inspired Yoga, Walks, Hikes and Runs

The 4/20 Games are over, but you can still put your skills to the test.
The 4/20 Games are over, but you can still put your skills to the test.
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After this weekend's 4/20 Games, the ganja games will continue through the week and beyond. Keep reading for news of walking tours, running routes, yoga workouts and hikes in the mountains, all fueled by marijuana.

Blaze & Gaze: A Graffiti Walking Tour
Wednesdays through Sundays
Tetra 9 Private Lounge & Garden
3039 Walnut Street
Check out some of Denver's trendiest street art after bowls and blunts at private cannabis lounge Tetra 9. For $29 per person, guests can toke up at Tetra and then walk through the streets and alleys of RiNO to check out the area's murals and street art. Admission to the tour (21+) includes a day membership to Tetra 9.

The women of Ellementa (from left): Ashley Kingsley, Aliza Sherman, Melissa Pierce.EXPAND
The women of Ellementa (from left): Ashley Kingsley, Aliza Sherman, Melissa Pierce.
Chloe Sommers

Ellementa Monthly Meetup: Women, Fitness and Cannabis Wellness
Wednesday, June 27, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
LoHigh House
2321 West 31st Avenue

Women's cannabis group Ellementa will hold its next meeting in Highland, bringing along cannabis lifestyle, pot-infused fitness and health and wellness experts to talk about enhancing workouts and recovery with cannabis and hemp. Tickets are $10 now and $20 at the door.

Runner's High Run Club
Thursdays, 6 p.m., Native Roots Highlands
2209 West 32nd Avenue

Perhaps the most Colorado club ever, this pot-infused running club sponsored by Native Roots and Stratos will meet up every Thursday until the fall to pair runners and cannabis consumers. Runners can participate in 2.1- and 4.2-mile routes and will receive discounts from both companies for completed runs, as well as perks at Highland Tap & Burger afterward. Registration (21+) is free at Eventbrite; pot consumption is not encouraged during public portions of the run.

Twist Yoga Sesh
Saturday, June 30, 9:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Colorado Harvest Company
1568 South Broadway

Start your day at Colorado Harvest Company dispensary, where there will be deals for anyone participating in the yoga session. Guests will then hop aboard the Loopr mobile cannabis lounge and head to the Coffee Joint cannabis lounge, both of which allow pot consumption, for a yoga session with Ganja Guru. Tickets (21+) are $30.

CannaVenture Hike
Sunday, July 1, 2 p.m.
Garden of the Gods Park
1424 Juniper Way Loop, Colorado Springs

If you're busy on Thursdays but still want to get outside, meet up with other pot-loving hikers at one of CannaVenture's pot-friendly hikes. The next edition will take place in the gorgeous Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs, where the group will walk a 3.7-mile trail through the park. Hikers consume cannabis at their own risk; register (21+) at cannaventure.org.

Marijuana: What the Real Estate Broker Needs to Know
Tuesday, July 3, 2 to 3 p.m.
The Ranch Building
11859 Pecos Street, Westminster

Keller Williams Preferred Realty will host an educational seminar for real estate brokers curious about the legal issues they could face as a result of cannabis legalization. Topics will include protective leases, legal liability and cannabis laws. Tickets are $15 at Eventbrite.

Vangst Cannabis Career Fair
Wednesday, July 18, 3 to 7 p.m.
Exdo Event Center
1399 35th Street

Over fifty licensed cannabis businesses and ancillary pot companies will be at the Exdo Event Center to hire pot-industry professionals. Areas for hire include cultivation, extraction, lab staff, retail, management, finance, sales, customer outreach, IT, human resources, marketing and more. Tickets are $10.

High Society Supper Club One-Year Anniversary
Saturday, July 21, 6 p.m.
Location shared upon registration

Cannabis-infused supper club High Society is celebrating its one-year anniversary in Denver, bringing along chef Zach Holmes, a cash bar and local artists and musicians for one of its biggest pot-infused meals yet. After requesting the event's password on the group's Facebook page, facebook.com/highsocietysupperclubdenver, guests will be directed to the ticketing website, where they can purchase passes and learn the venue's address. Tickets (21+) are $50 until July 9, after which they go up to $75.

Trusted Adults: A Pathway to Marijuana Prevention
Tuesday, August 7, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
University of Colorado Denver Student Commons Building
1201 Larimer Street

The Denver Partnership for Youth Success will hold a one-day seminar in August for "back-to-school professional development," according to the organization, in which attendees will learn about cannabis research and issues and "build expertise around being a trusted adult who can support youth in making healthy decisions." The conference will include a lineup of to-be-announced keynote speakers, and breakfast and lunch will be provided. Attendance is free, but you must register at Eventbrite.

Send information about cannabis-related events to marijuana@westword.com.

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