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BOULDER, Colo. — After months of planning, one former medical marijuana dispensary is expected to re-open Tuesday as Boulder’s first recreational facility.

Karing Kind will likely re-open on Tuesday after it receives a state approved license to transform their store from medicinal to recreational marijuana. The facility, which has been working towards legalization for years, is expected to service dozens of customers on the first day.

In January, several Denver dispensaries reported long lines and supply shortages in the wake of legalization. The Boulder facility is expected to cater to anyone twenty-one and up and will sell several different strains of the cannabis plant.

Several other recreational facilities outside of Denver were expected to be established by January, but paperwork and financial delays have kept almost all dispensaries inside the Denver metropolitan area.

For more information about the Boulder dispensary call them at: 303-449-9333