The big news this week is the Cannabis Business Conference. And our cannabis calendar is already filling up for February, so mark your virtual datebooks, and start saving up.
The 2015 Cannabis Business Conference runs from Saturday, January 17, through Monday, January 19 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.
From 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, January 22, the Vail Symposium will host Hindsight of Marijuana Legalization, a panel discussion with Gina Carbone, Ben Cort, Sanho Tree and Brian Vicente at the Antlers at Vail. Tickets are $25 in advance at $35 at the door; find out more here.
SAFER is celebrating its ten-year anniversary this month. The group that was instrumental in pushing for Amendment 64 as well as other local ordinances through the years wants you to come to a party on Friday, January 30 from 8 p.m. until closing at Quixotes True Blue, 314 East 13th Avenue. The music of Harmonious Junk will be featured and the shindig is free, though donations to SAFER can be made at GoFundMe.com/SAFER. THC shows its crafty side on February 6 when Concentrated Art opens for a one night show at 9975 East Colfax Avenue in Aurora. Enjoy contests featuring hash sculptures and spliifigami -- the art of joint rolling. Interested in joining the contest? Check out the rules, prizes and how to enter on the Facebook page, and buy tickets here.
Indulge in a full-course, 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 February 14. The event, which runs from 8 to midnight, will be held at Space Gallery at 400 Santa Fe Drive. Tickets are $125 and include drinks and food. Click here for more information.
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