Cancel dues at any time.
Dues are billed each year.
A meetup is where people with similar interests get together and hang out.
A vegetarian meetup is where vegetarians with similar interests get together and hang out. Of course, we're a diverse lot, so we'll meet LOTS of folks whose interests are somewhat different from our own, but who share the vegetarian interests with us.
Join us AND the other Vegetarians-Of-Boston Meetups for the Vegetarian Happy Hour [Happy Hour with Vegetarians]
6:30 pm-8:20 pm
We hold other events at an all-vegetarian restaurant, often by following the events of local vegetarian and animal rights groups.
A Vegan Meetup (which we also attend) is held on the 1st Saturday of each month
at Veggie Planet
47 Palmer Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
11:30 am to 2 pm
Dinner with Dharma is held on the 4th Friday at the Greater Boston Buddhist Cultural Center (GBBCC) at 950 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138 - $10 for the all-vegan buffet.
So, if you are also vegan, do (nominally or enthusiastically) join
the Boston VEGAN Meetup
We also tag along with BVS (BostonVeg.org), BVA (BostonVegan.org), Vegan Meetup events, and MARC.
You are encouraged to volunteer 50 cents/month to help defray costs ($6/year) - on a continuing basis (paid at Meetup OR online).
Vegetarians - If you're here, you belong in THIS GROUP, the Vegetarian Meetup
For Religious Reasons vegetarian (but not vegan)
Macrobiotic Vegetarian (no fish)
Macrobiotic Vegetarian (with fish)
Flexitarian (not a vegan but preferring vegetarian)
Non-Vegetarian, But Interested
Vegans - If you're here, you belong in THIS GROUP AND the Boston Vegan Meetup
Former Vegetarian, Now Vegan
No Animal Products Vegan
No Leather Vegan
On the Veggie Vegan See-Saw
Vegetarian Who Strongly Leans Vegan
Animal Rights Vegan
For Religious Reasons a Vegan
Non-Vegan, But Seriously Interested as Practicing Vegetarian
Abolitionist Vegans (Animals should no longer be treated as property)
Anti-PETA (PETA harms the vegan movement more than helps)
I Support the A.L.F. (Supporters of the direct action taken by the ALF)
Vegans avoid using animal products and see sentient animals as persons.
Global Village Fruit develops vegan-consistent superfruit supply chains.
Telling the story of the vegan revolution that's saving animals.
Free audio interviews of vegans who actively make a difference today