Past Meetup

December - Vegan Potluck Dinner and Board Games

This Meetup is past

33 people went

Community Support Network (CSN)

1736 Roth Street · Madison, WI

How to find us

Enter through the parking lot level door (vs the main door at the top of the ramp).

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Please join us for a vegan dinner potluck and board games. The theme this month will be CHILI COMPETITION. Bring your favorite chili recipe and we'll vote which one is best. I'll have a prize for the winner!

If you aren't up for making chili, feel free to bring appropriate side dishes and/or dessert. Corn chips, guac, salads, cornbread...feel free to be as creative (or not) as you'd like. There may even be a prize or two in store for other offerings (besides chili)!

After we're done with dinner and the prizes are awarded, we'll play board games.

Cost: Free

Potluck item: Even if you are not vegan, please make sure the food you bring is (note: honey is not vegan). Please bring a card with the recipe / ingredients (or package).

It's OK to bring something simple and/or pre-made food. This isn't a competition (except for those who want their chili judged!). For instance, you can buy a tub of pre-made hummus or guacamole and a bag of chips or little carrots or a package of Oreos, etc.

Utensils: Please bring along anything that's required for serving your dish. Plates, cups, utensils, and napkins will be provided. The cups and napkins will be disposable. So, if you have and prefer to use non-disposables, please do bring your own. The dishes and utensils are all washable, so there will be no waste there.

Board Games: Board games will be provided, but feel free to bring your favorites!

Location: This location is fully accessible (parking, no stair entry, fully accessible restrooms, etc). Additionally, we are a few blocks from the North Transfer Point for Metro and there are many bus routes that go by the building.

Kids: Kids are welcome to attend. There are no special accommodations such as high chairs and booster seats. However, there are items to keep little hands busy, if desired.