Wednesday's the big day for pot events this week, between a responsible vendor training program, a film screening and cannabis business awards. Hopefully you've got some idea of where you'd like to be -- and if not, keep reading.
Casselman's Bar & Venue, 2620 Walnut Street, hosts the Cannabis Business Awards: Industry awards for businesses in the cannabis realm, on Wednesday, December 10, from 7 to 11 p.m. Admission is $50 and up. To learn more, click here.
If you're up in Boulder near the University of Colorado, SSDP and Women Who Grow are presenting a screening of The Culture High, which will be followed by food from Cheba Hut and a discussion. It starts at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 10, and admission is $8 and up. Details can be found here.
NCIA and Cannabis trainers host Sell-SMaRT, A responsible cannabis-vendor training program, from noon to 5 p.m. at Dixie Elixirs, 4990 Oakland Street. Admission is $97 to $147. Dixie Elixirs, 4990 Oakland St., Denver, 866-928-1623, dixieelixirs.com. Visit https://thecannabisindustry.org for what you need to know.
Learn the basics of blowing your own glass and make your very own pipe at a workshop that runs Friday, December 12, through Sunday, December 14. Admission is $400, and the workshop takes place at Glasscraft, 411 Violet Street in Golden. Call 888-272-3830 or visit glasscraftinc.com.
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