- Playa Bowls WC - Let's Meet for Saturday Smoothie Bowls!
Spring is on the way! Let's celebrate with our first meetup of 2019 at Playa Bowls West Chester, on Saturday, MARCH 9th! The mornings are usually less busy, so let's meet there between 8:00am and 10:30am to eat a delicious smoothie or smoothie bowl, hang out and get to know one another! Check out their menu in advance here: https://www.playabowls.com/ Find them on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Playa-Bowls-458973597968542/ Playa Bowls West Chester 22 S High Street West Chester, Pennsylvania
- PHILLY VEG FEST 2018!!!
• What we'll do Philly Vegfest is a celebration of the benefits of a plant-based diet and lifestyle. We are planning to offer vegan food, cooking demos, speakers and more... https://www.phillyvegfest.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pg/PhiladelphiaVegFest/ • What to bring SMILES AND HUNGRY TUMMIES! https://www.phillymag.com/be-well-philly/2018/05/24/philadelphia-vegfest-vegan-festival/
- Sold Out! FOOD AS MEDICINE PHILADELPHIA CONFERENCE!
This event is SOLD OUT - so if you have your ticket, I will see you there! If you missed the registration this year, don't worry - they plan on making this a yearly event. APRIL 7, 2018 FOOD AS MEDICINE PHILADELPHIA CONFERENCE (https://foodasmedicinephilly.com) During this amazing one-day event, you will have the opportunity to learn about the extraordinary power of a plant-based diet to optimize your health. I am so excited to be speaking at this conference on April 7th in Philadelphia with such an incredible line up of speakers. T. Colin Campbell, PhD will be the keynote speaker for this event! If you’ve wanted to learn more about plant based nutrition or a plant based diet, reserve your seat (https://foodasmedicinephilly.com/new-index/) for this conference. For more information and to sign up, visit: https://foodasmedicinephilly.com (https://foodasmedicinephilly.com/) REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES: • Full-day conference admission • Presentations from nutritionists, entrepreneurs and medical professionals • Whole-food, plant-based lunch provided by HipCityVeg (http://hipcityveg.com/) SPACE IS LIMITED!
- Phoenixville VegFest 2017
Hosted by Phoenixville VegFest and Peace Advocacy Network Phoenixville VegFest will be on Saturday, Sept. 30th, 2017 from 12pm-5pm. (Rain date 10/1) The event will be held on the 200 Block of Bridge Street (between Main st. & Gay st.). Come for some incredible vegan food, music, and fun! Local restaurants & shops will also be participating with vegan specials.
- 12th annual Greenfest Philly (with Vegan and Veggie Cooking Demos)
Clean Air Council's 12th annual Greenfest Philly presented by Toyota Hybrids comes to Bainbridge Green (5th and Bainbridge Streets) on Sunday, September 10, 2017, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The tri-state region’s largest environmental festival is bigger than ever! FREE and open to the public, come experience: - Live Local Music - Philly Swap Clothing Swap - Environmental Activism - Vegan and Vegetarian Cooking Demos - Go Philly Go Group Bike Rides - Free Yoga - Outdoor Beer Garden - Organic Food and Drinks - Toyota USA Hybrid Vehicle Test Drives - Handmade and Green Shopping - MOM's Organic Market Kids’ Corner - Twenty-five Foot Rock Wall - Edible Bugs - Philadelphia Insurance Companies Bike Valet For more information, visit www.greenfestphilly.org, call[masked], and follow @greenfestphilly on Twitter.
- Bethlehem VegFest
There are so many VegFests in PA this year! I hope everyone can make it out to at least one of them - it's such a great time and the food is usually incredible. Here is another in Bethlehem, PA: There are few annual vegan food festivals across the entire nation, and even fewer are on the east coast. Bethlehem VegFest boasts one of the top festivals of it’s kind! Join us for the 7th Annual Bethlehem VegFest on Saturday, August 26, 2017! Bethlehem VegFest will take place on the beautiful Greenway, in South Side Bethlehem from 11 am to 6 pm. Join us as we meet our goal to support and encourage vegans in the Lehigh Valley and beyond. VegFest celebrates the growing vegan culture and sustainable living practices throughout Bethlehem and the Lehigh Valley. Our festival includes cooking demonstrations, renowned speakers, live music, as well as over 100 food, small business, and craft vendors from up and down the east coast. The Greenway fills with vegan and vegetarian festival goers, and others just curious to learn more about this lifestyle. Bethlehem VegFest 2016 was a great success! Nearly 10,000 people made their way through the festival, sampling local produce, taste-testing vegan cuisine, enjoying live music or even practicing some yoga. Participants of VegFest agreed that the “open to everyone” feeling attracted a crowd of happy, healthy individuals, eager to learn more about vegan and raw food choices, cruelty-free products and sustainable living. We are excited to the announce the following vendors who will be at the seventh annual Bethlehem Vegfest: Ahimsa Acres Sanctuary, Alliance For Sustainable Communities - Lehigh Valley, Bees Knees Grill, Bodacious Caricatures, The Cinnamon Snail, Dazzling Doodles Lehigh Valley LLC, Demca Demonstrations, Easton Family Chiropractic, Franklin Hill Vineyards, Freakin' Vegan, Healthy Options LLC DBA Just Veggn’, Greenmouth, Heavenly Hot Dogs, LLC, Indraloka Animal Sanctuary, ISKCON, Kung Fu Hoagies, Lehigh Valley Kombucha, Lehigh Valley Vegetarians, Lehigh Valley Veterinary Dermatology, Lehigh Gap Nature Center, LEPOCO Peace Center, Lovely Lips with Jess, Mompops, Mother Nature Food Trailer, Norden Arts, Sarah's Sweet & Savory Snacks, Old Mill Gourmet & Omg Smoothies, Pig Placement Network, Rockin' Good Health LLC Therapeutic Massage, Santoro's Franks & Chili, Sato Salon Organics, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, Shankara Vegan Restaurant, The Lavender Farmette, The Sanctuary at Haafsville, The Yoga Loft, United Friends School, Upohar, Vegan Treats, WarblerGarb, Wear At Your Own Wrist, Young Living Essential Oils, & Zuzu Confections! A special thanks to this years sponsors: Nimeks Organics, The Morning Call, Comfort Suites-Bethlehem, Green Mountain Energy Company, Historic Hotel Bethlehem, Boyle Construction, and RCN. Attending the festival? Tag us in your pictures with #BethlehemVegFest
- Chester County Vegan Festival 2017
Chester County Vegan Festival 2017 Hosted by CARE - Compassion for Animals and Respect for the Environment Save the Date: Saturday, August 12 at 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM Hoopes Park Ln, West Chester, PA 19380, United States Enjoy a Delicious BBQ Picnic With Local Foods. Music. Exhibits. And These Presentations: Are Free-Range and Local Eggs All They’re Cracked Up to Be? Liqin Cao, United Poultry Concerns What Veganism Stands For Freya Dinshah, American Vegan Society Get Social! Cultivate a Vegan Community Lydia Grossov, From A to Vegan Vegan Business Eric Nyman, Wildflower Cafe Moderating: Vance Lehmkuhl, author, Eating Vegan in Philly Volunteers and Kids 5 and Under FREE Ages 6 - 11: $5 Ages 12+: $15 Students: $10 Picnic lunch included! SAVE $2: BRING YOUR OWN PLACE SETTING
- Lancaster PA 1st Vegfest
Join us for Lancaster's 1st annual VegFest! This is a public event whose mission is to provide information about the benefits of a plant-based diet for health and the benefit to animals. The event will include speakers, vendors, entertainment, raffle prizes, children’s activities, non-profit organizations, and much, much more! Learn more at http://pavegfest.com/
- Raw Vegan Movie & Discussion Group
WHAT: Raw Vegan Movie & Discussion Group A community gathering for discussion, sharing and support. We'll watch and discuss a video about what personal and global impact being a vegan can have via the "world peace diet". BRING: a simple low-fat raw vegan dish to share (raw fruits, veggies, no legumes, grains, oils or additives)--I can make suggestions for recipe ideas if you need. The idea is for people who are new to the concept to experiment with and experience this simple way of eating and for experienced people to share their knowledge. The dish can be a large bowl of prepared fresh fruit, a salad with a simple dressing or something more adventurous. I'll also prepare some dishes. FEE: $5 to offset technical costs WHERE: Irene's house, 704 Livezey Lane, Phila, PA 19128 (cross street is Henry Ave.) GPS ALERT: Be sure you are going to the intersection of Livezey Lane & Henry Ave and you come via Henry Ave (not Ridge). PARKING: Please park on Valley Ave to respect neighbor's wishes. RSVP: required so we know how many people to expect. Let me know asap, by June 12th. Space is limited to 16 & it's open to others so reserve your spot via irene AT returntocenter DOT com
- Easter Brunch for Bunnies!
http://www.missrachelspantry.com/brunch-for-bunnies/ Join us on Easter Sunday as we revive our ever-popular vegan brunch for just one day, with a percentage of proceeds benefitting Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary. Choose a 10 am or 2 pm reservation. Seating is extremely limited.