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Denver's first marijuana den, Club 64, to open 4:20 p.m. Monday

By: ELECTA DRAPER
December 31, 2012
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Billed as Denver's first legal private cannabis club, Club 64, is set to meet for the first time Monday at 4:20 p.m. at at a Larimer Street retail store.

"We will have a ribbon cutting. We will probably go until New Year's and a little after. There will probably be some cannabis," said Robert J. Corry Jr., Club 64's general counsel.

And, in tiny Del Norte in southern Colorado, a private marijuana den attached to the White Horse Inn coffee and head shop along U.S. Highway 160 was already open by late Monday morning.

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