Want to learn how to grow your own cannabis but aren't inclined to leave the comfort of your couch? The Grow School is launching a new two-week online course this Tuesday. There's also a pot-infused painting class and more on the cannabis calendar for the week:
See also: Inside Colorado's New Marijuana Rules
The Grow School launches a brand-new Grow 101 Online Class; the two-week module comprises four three-hours classes that will cover all the basics of growing your own cannabis. Sessions start Tuesday, October 7; Tuesday, October 21; Tuesday, November 4; and beyond. Admission is $249; visit thegrowschool.org for information.
Puff, Pass & Paint takes its class to the patio of the Adagio Bed & Breakfast, 1430 Race Street, on Friday, October 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. Admission is $59 (without wine or beer) or $79 (beer or wine included). E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information
And the Grow School continues its intensive one-day courses that will teach you everything you need to know about growing marijuana; the course includes a tour of a legal grow. The next classes are Saturday, October 11; Sunday, October 12; and beyond. Each class runs from noon to 5 p.m. and costs between $99 and $249. Visit thegrowschool.org for more information.
Mark your calendars: The Infused Product and Extraction Symposium will be taking place from October 14 through 15 and includes best practices, legislative discussions and more. Visit cannabisbusinesssummit.com/infused-products-symposium.
Find more cannabis-related events in our calendar listings.
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