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(date change)Vegan Outreach at Irvine Spectrum Followed by FREE Vegan Dinner
Help APRL spread the word about the benefits of a plant-based diet to patrons at Irvine Spectrum, and get a free tasty vegan dinner, courtesy of APRL, for your efforts! Note: Please arrive no later than 6:15 to qualify for free dinner. Also, please note your "yes" RSVP will preclude someone else from attending, so if you RSVP "yes" but later decide not to attend, please change your RSVP as soon as possible. Leafletters estimate that for every 200 vegan leaflets distributed, one person goes vegan. That's 100 animals saved per year, or thousands over the course of a new vegan's life. Let's see if we can create 10 new vegans and save 25,000 animals! Meet us at Edwards Court (just outside the Edwards 21 IMAX theaters). We'll educate hundreds of patrons at three venues (Edwards Court, Dorado Court, and the Carousel Court), about the many benefits of a plant-based diet by handing out literature and engaging them with information from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. And by doing so saving countless animal lives. Then we'll all meet at the Carousel Court and go to the Veggie Grill for good conversation and a vegan dinner. Parking is free and there is a parking structure close to where we will meet and the Veggie Grill. Don't miss this outreach event! By participating in this event, you agree to adhere to APRL's Expressive Activity Guidelines ( ). Please read and abide by these guidelines.

Irvine Spectrum

670 Spectrum Center Drive · Irvine, CA

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Animal Protection and Rescue League is a grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which works to document and expose animal cruelty occurring behind closed doors, educates the public on animals issues through innovative outreach campaigns, and works with policymakers and politicians to implement humane change.

Since forming in 2003, APRL has garnered the attention of national and international media, influenced animal protection legislation, conducted numerous rescues of abused factory farmed animals, influenced cities to adopt humane solutions to wildlife management, and created a network of grassroots outreach volunteers.

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