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Cannabis Calendar: Winter Cannabis Dinner

Mason Jar is bringing together another round of food, drinks, cannabis and live entertainment.
Mason Jar is bringing together another round of food, drinks, cannabis and live entertainment. Jacqueline Collins
Winter isn't officially here yet, but you'll forget that for a few hours at Mason Jar's next dinner. The cannabis event organizer is hosting another seasonal gathering full of local food, drinks, cannabis and entertainment, with local comedians bringing the laughs and music by Justin Garber and Andrew McConathy of the Drunken Hearts.

Find out more about Mason Jar's dinner this week in our Cannabis Calendar, as well as information about a pot-friendly game night at Tetra 9, a CBD massage class and more.

Cannabis Colloquia: Hemp Developments
Wednesday, December 1, 3 to 7 p.m.
This online conference will cover the current landscape of Colorado's hemp industry, with networking sessions, panel discussions, keynote speakers and virtual expo booths all in the lineup. Register to attend for free and learn more about the agenda on Eventbrite.

Cannabis Game Night
Wednesday, December 1, 8 p.m.
Tetra 9 Lounge
3039 Walnut Street
Rip bongs and play a few blasts from the past at Tetra 9's game night. The private cannabis club has stocked up classic video and board games to indulge your nostalgia, as well as a few new editions. Sign up for a Tetra 9 membership, which can last as little as one day, pay a $10 entrance fee, and pick up the sticks. Members (21+) must bring their own booze and buds; find out more on Tetra's website.

Mason Jar Holiday Session
Thursday, December 2, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Denver location shared upon registration

Mason Jar Event Group is back at it in December for another party full of local food, drinks, cannabis and entertainment. Enjoy dishes by Butcher and the Blonde and holiday-inspired beverages, as well as cannabis goodies curated by Leiffa and Terrapin Care Station dispensaries, comedy from Laugh Lines Comedy Club, and music by Justin Garber and Andrew McConathy of the Drunken Hearts. Register to attend (21+) and learn more at the Mason Jar website.

Community Bazaar
Thursday, December 2, 6 to 9 p.m.
Color Up CBD
1448 West Cedar Avenue

Hemp-derived CBD factory and funhouse Color Up is hosting a public market before winter hits. The Color Up team is bringing in local vendors, CBD service providers and cannabis educators, with a raffle giveaway rounding out the night. Entry is free; learn more on Eventbrite.

Psychedelic Club of Denver Warehouse Party
Saturday, December 4, 7:30 p.m.
Tradecraft Industries
6145 Broadway

The Psychedelic Club of Denver wants you to come to its first big shindig, a warehouse party in north Denver. The party is free of alcohol but full of fun, including live DJ sets, artist exhibitions and an aerialist performance (weather permitting), as well as psychedelic harm reduction staff on site. Before the party starts, hit up a mindful marketplace and silent auction from noon to 5:30 p.m.; proceeds go toward the Psychedelic Club. Tickets (21+) are $35 each.

Cannabis Massage: CBD Wellness 101
Tuesday, December 7, 5 to 6:30 pm
Anythink Library
5877 East 120th Avenue, Thornton

Anythink's Wright Farms branch is hosting a CBD massage class. Primal Therapeutics founder and licensed massage therapist Jordan Person will discuss CBD wellness practices and answer canna-centric questions, with a raffle at the end of the class for free CBD massages. Find out more and register by calling Anythink at 303-405-3200.

Gateway Show
Friday, December 17, 9:30 to 11 p.m.
International Church of Cannabis
400 South Logan Street

Want to see how funny these comedians are after a joint to the dome? At the Gateway show, that' s exactly what you'll get. After a "normal" standup set, comedians go blaze themselves into oblivion, then return for one more go. Billy Anderson hosts the fun, with more talent to be announced soon. Tickets (21+) run from $10 to $30 each on Eventbrite.
click to enlarge Puff-and-paint classes are back in Denver. - JAKE COX
Puff-and-paint classes are back in Denver.
Jake Cox
Ongoing cannabis events:

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.

Infused Standup Comedy
Saturdays, 7 p.m.
Studio 420
808 East 78th Avenue

Comedians and attendees alike can blaze as much as they want during these stoned standup sessions hosted at private pot club Studio 420. To get in, guests must be a member of Studio 420, but daily and limited memberships are available. Tickets (21+) with no membership are $10 on Eventbrite; guests must being their own cannabis.

Know of more marijuana events? Send information to [email protected].
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