Fine arts have made a return to our Cannabis Calendar, with plenty of cannabis-infused courses and music taking place around town. Paint a marijuana masterpiece with Creatively Cannabis, belt out tunes and do bong rips at a cannabis karaoke session, or check out a summer concert series with Color Up CBD. Find out more below.
Black Cannabis Equity Initiative Discussion
Thursday, June 17, 2 to 5 p.m.
This virtual discussion and legislative update hosted by the Black Cannabis Equity Initiative will dive in to cannabis law developments at the federal, state and local levels in Denver, as well as issues that black cannabis industry members are facing today. Register for the chat by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
U.S. Hemp Roundtable Discussion
Friday, June 18, 12:30 p.m.
History Colorado Center
Colorado congressman Ed Perlmutter will join the U.S. Hemp Roundtable to discuss legislation and economic routes that will support recovery and growth within Colorado’s cannabis, hemp and CBD industries. Find out more by calling History Colorado at 303-447-8679.
Friday, June 18, 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, and puff and sing the night away. Tickets (21+) are $11 per person on Peek; bring your own cannabis.
Cannabis and Commercial Real Estate
Thursday, June 24, 11 a.m.
Hosted by Coldwell Banker, this webinar will feature a roundtable chat between “Mr. Cannabis Law” Dustin Robinson, journalist Jackie Bryant and Coldwell Banker Commercial's Daniel Spiegel and Rick Locchead, who will talk about how the expansion of the legal pot industry has impacted commercial real estate across the country. To tune in and RSVP, email email@example.com for a registration link.
Sunrise Summer Saturday
Saturday, June 26, 8 to 10 a.m.
1448 West Cedar Avenue
Enjoy free music, dancing, CBD and meditation at CBD hub Color Up during various Saturdays this summer. After a quick product presentation, there will be a DJ performance, followed by a fifteen-minute yoga session and an hour of dancing. Attendees can check out a crystal booth and receive a complimentary Color Up product before leaving. Learn more about the gathering on the event's web page.
Tokes and Brushstrokes
Saturday, July 3, 3 to 5 p.m.
The Coffee Joint
1130 Yuma Court
After more than a 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. Find out more and buy tickets (21+) on Eventbrite.
High & Hungry 710 Comedy Show
Saturday, July 10, 6 to 11 p.m.
1209 Bruce Randolph Avenue
Sponsored by Malek's Premium Cannabis and Detroit Coney Denver, this five-hour show of comedy and music will feature performances by E-ZONE and DJ C-Minus, as well as comedians Foolish Raw, John "Hippieman" Novosad and Anthony Kapfer. No cannabis will be sold or given away at the event, but there will be plenty of sponsored swag. Tickets are $20 on Eventbrite.
Monday Mood and Movement
Mondays, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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