The Colorado Children's Caucus wants to talk to marijuana and growing expos want you to be ready for spring after this week with several opportunities to learn from experts.
That's only one of the items in this week's cannabis calendar.
Today at noon, the Colorado Children's Caucus will discuss the dangers children face since recreational legalization with Senators Linda Newell and Kevin Lundberg and State Representatives Jonathan Singer and Janak Joshi in room 356 at the State Capitol Building. The ninety-minute presentation, "Marijuana, Children, and Families," will cover topics such as prenatal marijuana exposure, unintentional ingestion by children, parenting under the influence and discussions and interventions with children. Click here for more information.
Those looking for a more intimate setting instead of the CannaGrow Expo or anyone with other plans for the weekend, should be sure to to check out the food, cocktails and live music at one of Grow Big Supply's weekly industry mixers at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 12, at Grow Big Supply, located at 4501 Wynkoop Street. Vendors and soil experts will be on hand to answer questions.
The CannaGrow Expo will finally arrive on Friday, March 13 at 10 a.m. The two-day event will be held at the EXDO Event Center and features ten different classes on growing led by experts such as Kyle Kushman and Scott Reach. Also included is a convention hall full of vendors and growing products. Tickets start at $39. Check out the agenda and more here. 18+
Green Labs continues to indulge patrons in cannabis and food courses with its Sushi and Joint Rolling class on Sunday, March 15 at 15 p.m. The class is exactly what it sounds like. Wine will be available and consumption of your creations is encouraged. Tickets are $65 and only 20 spots are available so hurry up. Find out more here. 21+
Sushi isn't the only upcoming cannabis pairing Green Labs will be putting on this month. Mark your calendars on Saturday, March 21 for Cannabis & Craft Beers — a top-shelf pairing of cannabis, hash and Colorado craft beer. The tasting event will run from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and costs $45 to attend. Find out more here. 21+
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