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Cannabis Calendar for the Week of November 17: Edibles Work Group Meeting and More

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There's yet another edibles work-group meeting first thing this morning in Golden, and there's a lot more happening this week in cannabis. Keep reading to find out what:

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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.

Afterward, visit Jezebel's, 3301 Tejon Street, for the Cannabis Business Alliance Networking Social. It runs from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Visit facebook.com/events/1661335074092755 to RSVP.

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 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. Details are at chromiccon.com.

Find more cannabis-related events in our calendar listings.

Have your own event to submit? E-mail marijuana@westword.com.

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