Vermont Vegetarian Society Events
Friday Nov 12, 2010 - Raw Vegan and Cooked Vegan potluck
You and your friends and significant others (the more the merrier) are cordially invited to a Vegan potluck with raw food (some cooked food and some raw food):
Please bring the following to this intimate progressive gathering:• A Vegan (cooked or raw), entree, appetizer, dessert, or beverage to serve 6 to 8 people,
• A 3x5 card (or smaller) with the name of your food creation and a list of ingredients
• Your own reusable eating wares and utensils
• Friends to walk, bike, bus or carpool with :~)
For fun (optional):• a political, social, or personal topic or issue that you would like to discuss with others.
A couple of online resources:
RAW FOOD RECIPES AND VIDEOS: http://www.welikeitraw.com/rawfood/recipes/index.html
VEGAN COOKED RECIPES: http://vegweb.com/index.php?action=recipecategories
PARKING AVAILABLE ON STREET WITHOUT A PERMIT, A RED HONDA INSIGHT WILL BE IN THE DRIVEWAY, ENTRANCE ON LEFT/WEST SIDE OF HOUSE, PAST CAR.
72 Ward St, Burlington, VT 05401 (West side entrance)
OUR LANDLORD DOES NOT ALLOW ANIMALS and SMOKING IN THE HOUSE.
FOR MORE INFO: CALL BRIAN - 802-777-5544
You are cordially invited to Celebrate Life at a Free Event:
Vegan Thanksgiving Potluck & Soiree
Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 at St. Mike's College, Cashman HallAgenda:
5pm Refreshments & Socializing
5:30pm Vermont Vegetarian Society Re-organizing Meeting (open to all who are interested)
6:30pm Potluck & Soiree (musical instruments welcome)
Please come for the Potluck, regardless of whether you come to the meeting. Bring your own plates and eating utensils and label food ingredients. Food must be vegetarian and MOST PREFERABLY, free of all animal products including eggs and dairy.
Directions: Go to Route 15 (Essex Junction/Colchester). Once at St. Michael's College, see map (below) for Cashman Hall and where to park.
Meatout, observed nationally on March 20, encourages everyone to explore the health, humane, and environmental advantages of a meatless diet by "kicking the meat habit (at least for a day) and exploring a wholesome, nonviolent diet of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
For more information, visit www.meatout.org
Great American Meatout Potluck and Video
World Farm Animals Day is a day dedicated to exposing, mourning, and memorializing the needless suffering and deaths of 50 billion innocent, feeling animals in factory farms and slaughterhouses.
Now observed in all 50 states and around the world, World Farm Animals Day is sponsored by FARM, a non-profit public interest organization based in Washington, DC.
The date, October 2nd, honors the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, one of the foremost champions of humane, sustainable farming. Visit wfad.org for more info.
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