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Northbay Vegan Events Message Board General Discussions › Get to the meat of the matter after the vegan potluck!

Get to the meat of the matter after the vegan potluck!

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Getting to the Meat of the Matter!
Debunking the Myths about Being Vegan
with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau

Join us at 7pm, after the potluck for a special talk with bay area food expert, author, commentator, health advocate and practical philosopher, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. Sometimes called the vegan Martha Stewart, Colleen’s light-hearted speaking style and wide-ranging grasp of the issues make her a nationally sought-after speaker whose lectures are always as informative as they are entertaining.

Colleen runs the popular website Compassionate and is the author of several award-winning cookbooks including The Joy of Vegan Baking and The Vegan Table. Through sold-out cooking classes, inspiring talks, provocative public radio pieces and an immensely popular podcast, wellness educator Colleen Patrick-Goudreau provides people with the tools they need to live a life that joyfully reflects their own values of health, sustainablilty and compassion. Click here for flyer.

But first, join us at 5pm for great food and lively conversation at our monthly vegan potluck! Remember, you don't have to be vegan or vegetarian to attend. Just show up with a vegan dish to share. Vegan simply means no animal products — no meat, dairy, eggs or honey. If you can, please also bring your own plate, cup, fork and spoon. We are deeply grateful to the Sonoma Humane Society for continuing to make their classroom available to us for our potlucks and other events. The Sonoma Humane Society is just west of Llano Rd. on the north side of Highway 12, between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol (look for the big metal dog). You can park around back if you'd like, the classroom is the furthest left door on the back of the building. For more information please visit­.
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