Cannabis Calendar for the Week of January 26: Big Local Decisions

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With votes on local marijuana regulation happening tonight in Wheat Ridge and Pueblo, and Adams County granting its first retail licenses, some noteworthy changes in your local cannabis infrastructure might be taking place this week, as you can see in our calendar below.

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There will be a vote on Pueblo's cannabis home-cultivation rules tonight at 7 p.m. on the third floor of Pueblo City Hall, located on 1 City Pl., Pueblo. The proposed regulations could severely limit where and how Pueblo citizens home-grow their cannabis and would strip certain rights of medical patients and caregivers, as well, one activist tells us.

Also happening today at 7 p.m.: The Wheat Ridge City Council is conducting a public hearing concerning tighter regulations on cannabis businesses within the city at the Wheat Ridge Municipal Building, located at 7500 West 29th Avenue. The proposed regulations would limit the number of dispensaries in Wheat Ridge to five and cultivation centers to three. It would also place stricter logistical constrictions on pot businesses.

Adams County will hand out recreational marijuana licenses to ten lucky recipients after its lottery drawing takes place tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Adams County Government Center, located at 4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton. Around 1,500 applicants entered earlier this month after the county ended its moratorium on retail marijuana. Watch the drawing live on the county's YouTube channel.

SAFER is celebrating its ten-year anniversary this month. The group, which 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.

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.

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 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.

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