If you and a special someone are looking to spend a cannabis-infused evening together for Valentine's Day, there are a few events this week you might want to bookmark. And for those looking to learn about cannabis cultivation and extraction should get out their planners, too.
Indulge in a romantic, cannabis-infused meal while enjoying art, wine and the private company of 150 other guests at Edible Events Co.'s "A Threesome with Maryjane" on Valentine's Day, February 14. The event, which runs from 8 p.m. to midnight, will be held at Space Gallery, 400 Santa Fe Drive. Tickets are $125 and include drinks and food. Click here for more information. 21+
Ampersand Creations is staging its own heart-inspired dinner on Valentine's Day as well, with a five-course meal and cannabis pairing on February 14 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Green Labs. Tickets are $150 each and include live music and a demonstration of a CBD-oil massage. VIP and group tickets are also available. For the menu and and more information, click here. 21+
Interested in learning about cannabis extraction and concentrates? Havelick and Associates LLC is offering a course on the subject for $325 per person at its offices in Golden on February 11 and 12. For more information, click here.
Clover Leaf University is offering a variety of one-time courses on the legal cannabis industry throughout the next couple weeks at the Auraria Campus. Classes include budtender certification, marijuana laws and regulations, cultivation and genetics and prices range from $99-$199.
Try your best to avoid brainwash and explosive laughter while watching the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center's comedic musical take on Reefer Madness -- the anti-pot propaganda film from 1936. The play will run Thursday-Sunday from February 12 to March 1. For tickets or more information, click here.
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