New Penticton marijuana dispensary opening

The Greenery Cannabis Boutique was scheduled to open Friday on Main Street

Penticton’s latest recreational marijuana retail outlet, the Greenery Cannabis Boutique, officially opens its doors Friday. (Submitted photos)

Penticton’s newest recreational marijuana outlet is opening Friday.

The Greenery Cannabis Boutique is located at 465 Main St. and will be open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays.

Store officials say the design of the retail space is geared to enhance the overall customer experience, adding the space is inviting in that it’s aesthetically pleasing and well appointed.

“I am extremely excited about welcoming customers into the store and assisting them in understanding and selecting from an array of fantastic products that we have carefully selected for our customers,” said Brian Lukey, Greenery store manager in a news release

READ MORE: Second cannabis dispensary opens its doors in the Penticton region

He added that in addition to having knowledgeable staff on hand, the Greenery Cannabis Boutique is also pleased to offer a free cannabis packaging-recycling program in an effort to be environmentally conscious by reducing its carbon footprint.

“The Greenery Cannabis Boutique is passionate about all things cannabis and is committed to providing exceptional service and education to its customers. The company is focused on delivering the perfectly curated cannabis experience,” reads the release.



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