Please Join Us for a Compassionate Harvest-themed meal.
This is a joint vegan potluck event with Vegas Veg (http://www.vegasveg.org/). We support Vegas Veg. Many of our members are also members of Vegas Veg and we encourage their support, participation and cross-membership. Vegas Veg does good outreach and educational work in support of veganism, the animals and environment.
Please note that many of the dishes will be cooked vegan. Our members are expected to bring a raw vegan dish. Since most of our members are not 100% raw, this event should work out just fine.
Suggested donation to Vegas Veg: $5 per person;
FREE if you bring a raw vegan dish to share
Sunday, November 24th
3 PM to 5 PM
Enterprise Library Multipurpose Room
25 E. Shelbourne Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89123
(On Las Vegas Blvd. between Windmill and Wigwam)
Children welcome! Sorry, no dogs. No alcohol.
Please invite your friends! Vegans who bring a non-vegan friend can enter a special raffle to win prizes such as a vegan cookbook, t-shirts, and more!
VEGAN DESSERT TABLE
We will also be having something similar to a vegan bake sale. Please help us raise money by bringing some vegan desserts. You can wrap them individually (like you would for a bake sale) or have them ready to eat.
ADOPT A TURKEY
Please consider sponsoring a turkey with Farm Sanctuary. More details are online here: www.FarmSanctuary.org/giving/adopt-a-turkey/
Raw Potluck: all those attending from the Las Vegas Raw Food Meetup are requested to bring a 100% raw, organic, unprocessed, non-animal based (vegan with no honey) ready-to-serve dish for at least 5 people. Optional: please bring a typed or neatly printed recipe to display next to your dish ideally with copies for people to take with them if they so choose.
The below list of raw vegan food dish ideas to help you have plenty of ideas for dishes to bring to our potluck events.
1. You could bring an organic raw salad;
2. There are plenty of raw recipes available online
4. Most raw food books have raw recipes; and
5. Organic fruit or fruit salad.
To learn more about VegasVeg or to get involved, please visit
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