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Cannabis Calendar: CBD Mountain Expo Returns

Cannabis Calendar: CBD Mountain Expo Returns
Jacqueline Collins
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One of the metro area's largest annual CBD conferences is returning this week, with the CBD Mountain Expo poised for an in-person return to Aurora. The three-day expo is followed by a list of more in-person activities and online meetups, including cannabis-friendly spirituality classes and yoga sessions. Find out more below in our Cannabis Calendar.

CBD Mountain Expo
Friday, May 7, through Saturday, May 8
Gaylord Rockies Resort
6700 North Gaylord Rockies Boulevard, Aurora

The CBD Expo's Colorado edition makes an in-person comeback in May, with two days of vendor halls, hemp and CBD discussion, networking, keynote speeches and a closing awards show. Find admission options for both days, the expo's agenda and more information at the event's website.

Cannamoms Social
Saturday, May 8, 3 to 7 p.m.

Hosted by the pot-friendly party-throwers at Tokeativity, this digital meetup will feature discussions with Women Empowered in Cannabis, Black Women & Cannabis and Cannamoms, with virtual session rooms and anonymous viewing options also available. Attendance (21+) is $25; learn more at Tokeativity.

Colorado NORML Sunday Goods
Sunday, May 9, 7:10 to 7:30 p.m.

The Colorado chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws will hold a weekly legislative update for cannabis users and medical marijuana patients. The virtual meeting will be held on Zoom; find out more and register on Facebook.

Reawakening: A Men’s Ceremony of Cannabis, Drum and Dance
Saturday, May 15, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Sunflower Farm
11150 Prospect Road, Longmont

This cannabis-friendly ceremony, intended for men, will "reawaken your primal masculine soul" through a guided session with an interactive drum circle, primal bonfire dancing and closing conversation. There will be logs and stumps to sit on, but guests can bring their own cushions or chairs. Attendance (21+) is $60 on Eventbrite; bring your own cannabis.

Wxmen, Wellness & Cannabis Conference
Wednesday, May 26, and Thursday, May 27

A series of panel discussions, keynotes and Q&As, this virtual conference covers women leading advancements and research in mental health and psychedelics. Learn more about the conference's plan and sign up for the attendance wait list at the event's website.

420 Fellowship
Sundays, 10 to 11 a.m.

Held every Sunday, the 420 Fellowship is a series of non-religious spiritual chats and marijuana-friendly meditation sessions streamed live on YouTube. Register to attend the virtual gathering (21+) on Eventbrite, and learn more at the fellowship's website.

Monday Mood and Movement
Mondays, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Urban Sanctuary
2745 Welton Street

Five Points yoga studio Urban Sanctuary is back hosting cannabis-friendly yoga sessions. The smoking sessions take place after arrival (bring your own bud), with attendees then taking part in 108 rounds of mantra, silent meditation and hatha yoga flow. Tickets (21+) are $25 on Eventbrite.

Know of more marijuana events? Send information to marijuana@westword.com.

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