Cannabis Calendar for the Week of March 16: Triple Threat at Green Labs

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Green Labs is the epicenter for many pot activities this week, but keep your eyes peeled for events coming in April in this week's cannabis calendar.

Enjoy some Bellinis cocktails, beer, hors d'oeuvres and bong bingo with pot-comic Jeffrey Peterson during Belinis, Beer & Bong Bingo at Green Labs tonight at 7 p.m. Admission is $40. Click here for more information. 21+

On Friday, March 20, Green Labs will also be hosting Healthy Honeys' Get Fit Stay Lit Burlesque class from 7-9 p.m. for those interested in learning burlesque routines, followed by a conversation about sex, cannabis and how to intertwine both in your love life. Admission costs $40. Click here for more information. BYOC. 21+

Rounding out a fun week at Green Labs will be a cannabis and craft beer pairing from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21. Tickets are $45 apiece and include multiple samples of craft beer, cannabis and hash. Click here for more information. 21 +

The National Cannabis Industry Association and ServSafe will be holding food safety training, exams, certifications and educational materials to professionals in the cannabis-infused products industry on Monday, March 23 from 2-5 p.m. in the lower level conference room at the Colorado Restaurant Association, located at 430 E. 7th Ave., Denver. Tickets are $67 for NCIA members and $87 for non-members. Click here for more information.

The 2nd Annual NoCo Hemp Expo will be held in Loveland on April 4 from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. at The Ranch. The expo features over sixty exhibiting companies and more than thirty industry expert speakers covering a vast array of topics related to industrial and medicinal hemp. Check out tons of hemp products, including hemp food, paper products and apparel, freshly brewed Colorado Hemp Beer, CBD hemp products and more. Kids twelve and under get in free. Click here for more information.

The Cannabis Consumer Coalition will be putting on a Ganja Goddess Spa Day on April 11 at Get High Getaways Bed & Breakfast, located at 1486 S Brentwood Street in Lakewood. There will be a trio of four-hour spa sessions at $420 to "honor hard-working women in the cannabis movement" that include reflexology, massage, Reiki treatment, hot tub & steam room, facial and ion foot detox. The package features food and beverages, cannabis flower, concentrates and edibles. Black car services are available for an additional $100. Proceeds go to fund the Cannabis Consumers Coalition’s consumer advocacy and educational programs. Click here for more information.

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