Cannabis Calendar for the Week of December 22: More Upcoming Events

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Everyone in the industry is gearing up for 2015, so grab those datebooks and start marking your calendars. And get ready for another round of national press, as Colorado marks the end of its first year of legal recreational marijuana sales. Among the reports you can expect is CNBC'S "Marijuana Country: The Cannabis Boom," a one-hour show with former Denverite Harry Smith, which will premiere on Monday, January 5.

See also: "Anna Cozy, Dispensary Owner, Charged with Forging Pot Documents: 'I Panicked'"

Green Labs Co-Working Space, 1250 31st Street in Denver, will host a New Year's Eve party featuring live music, paired food and amenities. Admission is $80 to $100; click here for more information.

And the 2015 Cannabis Business Conference has been scheduled from Saturday, January 17, through Monday, January 19, 2015, at the Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th Street. There will be speakers, presentations, panel discussions and more. Details about the conference can be accessed by clicking here.

Marking ahead till June? The 2015 Cannabis Business Summit has been booked for June 30-July 1.

Have events you'd like to see on our cannabis calendar? Email marijuana@westword.com.

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