Two adult-use cannabis dispensaries will open in Capital Region over the next two days, the state Dormitory Authority of the State New York announced Wednesday.

In Troy, 420 Bliss will hold an opening night party for the public from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at 740 Hoosick Road.

Capital District Cannabis and Wellness debuts at 2 p.m. Friday at 997 Central Ave., Albany.

The dispensaries are supported by the New York Cannabis Social Equity Investment Fund, created to provide opportunities for those affected by previous enforcement of marijuana laws, DASNY said.

The 420 Bliss shop is owned by entrepreneurs Al Attoh, Gregg Little and Renee Lindo, according to DASNY.

The Albany store is owned by Capital Region natives James Frese and Pasha Adams, friends with diverse business backgrounds, DASNY said.

The dispensaries will sell a full variety of tested products.

A judge on Friday approved settlements in two lawsuits challenging New York's Conditional Adult Use Retail Dispensary program (CAURD), and lifted the court order barring new dispensaries from opening.