Cannabis Calendar: Industry Smokeout

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Cannabis newbs and savvy veterans will find no shortage of activities and fun in this week's Cannabis Calendar, with a cannabis industry party, CBD concert and yoga series, cannabis dinner party and international research conference all taking place in the upcoming weeks. Find out more below.

Industry Smokeout
Tuesday, July 26, 8 p.m.
Tetra 9 Lounge
3039 Walnut Street

Private cannabis lounge Tetra 9 is celebrating cannabis industry workers on Tuesday, with badged cannabis workers getting a free one-day membership to hang out and toke up. There will be live music and vendors throughout the night, but bring your own cannabis. Learn more about entry (21+) at Tetra 9's website.

Sunrise Summer Saturdays
Saturday, July 31, 8 to 10 p.m.
Color Up
1448 West Cedar Avenue

CBD massage studio and educational space Color Up continues its summer series of yoga and music, bringing in yoga master Jeremiah Davidson to guide the upcoming session. The free class includes a CBD product integration, a live DJ set, and a fifteen-minute meditation at the end. Learn more at Color Up's website.

Virtual Cannabis Research Conference
Tuesday, August 3, through Thursday, August 5

Held by Colorado State University-Pueblo's Institute of Cannabis Research, this yearly conference is staying online for one more year during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics surrounding cannabis policy, science and medical marijuana, among others, will be discussed by some of the industry's and educational field's top minds. General admission is $325 through CSU-Pueblo, but students get a discounted rate of $100.

Chicken and Waffles
Saturday, August 7, 12 to 4 p.m.
Holiday Twin Drive In Theatre
2206 South Overland Trail, Fort Collins

Cannabis edibles brand High Grade wants to show off its new maple-flavored THC syrup — by pouring it all over chicken and waffles. Or ice cream. Or whatever the hell you want. The invite-only event will have plenty of food and other Higher Grade syrup flavors to test out, so bring your appetite (and probably a ride home). Request an invite (21+) for a $30 ticket on Eventbrite.

CBD Outlook
Friday, August 13, and Saturday, August 14
8300 Arista Place, Broomfield

Over a two-day span, 25 hemp, CBD and Delta-8 THC experts will speak and converse about the three connected yet different sectors, all of which have experienced fast and inconsistent growth over the past few years. Find out more about the speakers, conference agenda and admission pricing at CBD Outlook's website.

Mason Jar Unpacked
Wednesday, August 18, 6 to 9 p.m.
Boulder location shared up registration

Cannabis and dinner event organizer Mason Jar is back for another round of dank and delicious dinners, pairing local food, drinks, entertainment and cannabis for one beautiful night outside. Moxie Bread Co. and Miraflora Naturals Hemp Beverage will provide the food and drinks, with the Republic curating the cannabis goodies for the night and comedian Brad Belanger bringing the laughs. Register to attend (21+) at Mason Jar's website.

The Gateway Show
Saturday, August 21, 9:30 to 11 p.m.
International Church of Cannabis
400 South Logan Street

Want to see how smoking weed truly affects performance? Check out the International Church of Cannabis's Gateway Show, where comedians do a standup set, go get baked and then do another set. The show is hosted by Billy Anderson, with participating comedians to be announced soon. No pot consumption is allowed inside the church, but employees don't care what you do outside. Tickets (21+) start at $10 apiece on Eventbrite.


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.

Sushi and Spliff Rolling
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Private Denver location shared upon registration
Want something to satisfy the munchies after a day of dabbing? Hang out with the Kush & Canvases team, which will be teaching a joint- and sushi-rolling class for people who never learned how to properly twist. Each class includes supplies to make three sushi rolls per person, as well as joint-rolling papers, but attendees need to bring their own cannabis. Tickets (21+) are $75 on Eventbrite.

Cannabis Karaoke
Fridays, 11:45 p.m.
Colorado Cannabis Tours
381 East 55th Avenue

Rip that bong and belt those tunes at Colorado Cannabis Tours' Friday karaoke session, where no notes are too high. Book the late-night slot for one to three hours, then puff and sing the night away. Tickets (21+) are $11 per person on Peek; BYO cannabis.

Tokes and Brushstrokes
Saturdays, 3 to 5:30 p.m.
The Coffee Joint
1130 Yuma Court

After a more-than-year-long hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, Creatively Cannabis classes are returning to the Coffee Joint, Denver's only licensed pot lounge. For $49.99 ($69 the day of), students will receive instruction and painting supplies, but anyone wanting to consume cannabis must bring their own, as well as a vaporizer or dab rig (no smoking is allowed at the Coffee Joint). Find out more and buy tickets (21+) on Eventbrite.

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

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