Tonight, a Medicinal Cannabis Discussion Panel will take place up in Frisco, with experts on hand to provide knowledge to the medical industry about cannabis -- and there's a lot more going up in smoke, so to speak.
The Medicinal Cannabis Discussion Panel will help educate medical professionals about the intricacies of using cannabis for health and wellness purposes tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Elevate Co-Space, 711 Granite Street in Frisco. Click here to learn more.
Head to Aspen on Friday, November 14, through Sunday, November 16, for the Cannabis Grand Cru, an invitation-only conference featuring a variety of speakers, sessions, live entertainment and information. It'll take place at the Sky Hotel, 709 East Durant Avenue in Aspen. Sign up online to learn more at cannabisgrandcru.com.
The Indo Expo Trade Show, a pot-related trade show for anyone involved in the cannabis industry, will take place at the Denver Mart, 451 East 58th Avenue, on Saturday, November 15, and Sunday, November 16. Get details at indoexpo.com.
Sell-SMaRT, a responsible cannabis-vendor training program hosted by NCIA and Cannabis Trainers, will take place on Tuesday, November 18, from noon to 5 p.m. at Dixie Elixirs, 4990 Oakland Street. Admission is $97 for NCIA members and $147 for non-members; register at http://servsafenov18.ezevent.com.
And next week on Monday, November 17, head to the Colorado Division of Gaming at 17301 West Colfax Avenue in Golden, for an edibles work group meeting that starts at 9 a.m. Click here for everything you need to know.
And mark your calendars for Chromic Con, the world's first comic-book-and-cannabis convention. It features two events -- one in Colorado Springs on Saturday, November 22, and one in Denver on Sunday, November 23. They both start at noon, and admission is $20 to $45; visit chromiccon.com.
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