How did you hear about "Vegan Life Colorado" meetup group?
What made you decide to go vegan or try veganism, and explore a more compassionate, healthy lifestyle (answer as simply or as detailed as you like)?
I watched Forks Over Knifes and then cleaned out my kitchen.
What kind of activities would you like to see the group participate in, if you have anything specific you would like to do (note that our members are welcome to suggest and schedule vegan friendly events for consideration by our organizers)?
NOTE: We only require a "YES" RSVP if you plan to attend a gathering. Please don't RSVP "NO" to gatherings you don't plan to attend. "NO" RSVPs only create email for organizers. Only RSVP "NO" when you need to cancel a "YES". Make sense? Thanks!
Hi Quanah, and welcome to Theater and the arts in Denver! Yes, we definitely have plenty of events planned, and a very active membership. Hope you're able to come out and see for yourself soon! -Stacy (Organizer)
You have found "A Vegan Life"!! (sponsored by Vegan Life Colorado, a nonprofit organization)
GET A VEGAN LIFE, COLORADO!!
"A Vegan Life" is based in Denver Colorado, but we host fun, interesting, and educational activities in Boulder, Castle Rock (with our friends at Castle Rock Vegans), the mountains, the plains, all over the place!
Our group welcomes everyone, regardless of dietary preference
(vegan -for health, animals and/or environment-, ovo/lacto vegetarian, total vegetarian, pre-vegan, vegan curious, non-vegan, etc), to join our fun and friendly community to learn about a more healthy, compassionate,
and eco friendly, plant-based/vegan lifestyle.
We welcome your participation in a variety of
social activities. We encourage your input and suggestions to help grow and nurture a wonderful community to benefit you, the animals, and our Earth.
Come join our Vegan Life family so you won't miss anything!
Although we welcome everyone to join and bring guests to come explore a vegan lifestyle, since we are about learning more about veganism for our health, our animal friends, and our planet, and helping people try new foods, we do require that all food and beverages at our gatherings be plant-based (vegan). There would be no reason to have a vegan group if attendees eat at our gatherings the same as they do every other meal. In that case, we would simply be a social group that eats. It's also really nice for our members who live the vegan lifestyle when we all enjoy plant-based meals together. Thank you so much for understanding.