What we’re about
Even if you are not vegan yet, our main goal is to meet other kind, compassionate, and healthy seeking people monthly at various times of the the month for potlucks and/or presentations, speakers, educational DVDs. We also have monthly dine outs, fitness excursions, book clubs and any other ideas you have regarding health, animal welfare and earth sustainablilty. When we have potlucks or snacks, please bring a plant based or vegan dish or snack (no dairy or eggs) to our potlucks so that everyone can eat all the dishes. We do not want to include eggs, dairy, or meat as we do not want to contribute to the suffering or early death of egg laying chickens or dairy cows.
THIS meetup group is for EVERYONE interested in becoming compassionate and healthy too. This is for YOU and we make this successful by joining here together to make our events successful! We NEED you to make our compassionate and healthy vegan movement move ahead!! Thank you for joining us no matter where you are on your path to a vegan lifestyle! Our cooking classes can help you transiiton to VEGAN!!! We look forward to meeting you!! WE ALSO APPRECIATE IT YOU COULD BRING OIL FREE SNACKS OR DISHES SO WE VEGANS CAN KEEP OUR HEARTS HEALTHY AND KEEP IDEAL BODY WEIGHT FOR HEALTH. (If you want to know why we omit added oils like olive oil, coconut oil, and all vegetable oils, please email me, Linda, at email@example.com).
Our members care about their health, animal welfare and protection of the earth. It is free to sign up with us on Sac Vegan Society Meetup. If you can, we appreciate donations to help us keep our society thriving. You can donate by using firstname.lastname@example.org on paypal. Thank you for any amount!Please visit our website: www.sacramentovegansociety.com
To email the Organizer: Linda Middlesworth: email@example.com
If you want to see a great short clip of why we all need to be vegan, please watch:
Upcoming events (4+)See all
- Plant Based Living Classes!Sierra College Community Education, Roseville, CA
Join us for another 4 weeks of Plant Based Living. Guest speakers, Plant Based chefs, delicious food and a presentation by Dr. Forrester!
You must register for this class through Sierra College Community Education.
Sign up here:
Plant Based Living Class
This is a great class for everyone; whether you're curious about a Plant Based Lifestyle or if you've been enjoying this way of living for years.
The class is held in Roseville at the Sierra College Community Education Center. 316 Vernon St., Roseville.
For more information, text or email Twyla:
- Vegan Dinner: Every Friday at Pho Fresh!Pho Fresh, Rancho Cordova, CA
Please join us for a delicious vegan dinner every Friday at Pho Fresh in Rancho Cordova. We meet at 6:00 pm.
Pho Fresh has a fabulous Vegan menu with plenty of gluten-free, oil-free, and SOS-free options.
Share your vegan journey, meet new friends, and enjoy getting together! Feel free to bring your own utensils and to-go containers.
- Is Your Food Killing You? Unraveling the Lies SummitNeeds location
In a world filled with conflicting information about what's healthy to eat and what's not, it's more important than ever to get the facts straight. Depending on what report you read, blog you visit, so-called expert you listen to, the information can be night and day and world's apart.
Yet, one thing holds true; the health of a great many people is truly at risk for one simple reason... the food they eat.
That's why I'm thrilled to be a part of Is Your Food Killing You? Unraveling the Lies Summit 2023 alongside some incredible experts who are dedicated to uncovering the truth about our food choices.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT: https://www.veganmentor.com/unraveling-the-lies
Our lineup of speakers includes:
Linda Middlesworth: Our host and a passionate advocate for a compassionate, whole food, plant-based, SOS-free, and active lifestyle.
Dr. Columbus Batiste: World-renowned cardiologist shedding light on the impact of diet on heart health.
Markus Levy: A dedicated environmental and animal activist, and Head of Educational Outreach for the award-winning documentary “Eating Our Way to Extinction”.
Gerard Wedderburn-Bisshop: Executive Director of World Preservation Foundation assisting in the educational outreach for “Eating Our Way to Extinction”.
Pete Reimann: An AAM mentor and animal activist, actively involved in outreach, protesting, animal rescue and public speaking; a voice for the voiceless.
Gene Baur: Co-founder, Farm Sanctuary. Gene Baur serves as a powerful catalyst for self-reflection and change. He beckons us to bridge the gap between this core value of compassion and the daily decisions that shape our existence.
Here from World Renowned Experts
This summit is your chance to hear from experts who have spent years researching and advocating for a healthier, more compassionate, and sustainable way of eating.
We'll discuss the myths and misconceptions surrounding our food and how these choices affect not only our health but also the environment and the well-being of animals.
The best part? It's absolutely FREE to attend live! All you need to do is RESERVE YOUR SPOT: https://www.veganmentor.com/unraveling-the-lies
- The N.O.S.e Weekly Dinner group (No Oil Saturday evening)El Papagayo Restaurant, Carmichael, CA
Welcome to our No Oil Saturday evening group (N.0.S.e).
This group, much like our No Oil Wednesday Luncheon group (N.O.W.) is looking like a success. Management just sets a long table aside for us. The wait staff is excellent. They remembers what several of us like to drink and sets the drink out for those people when they arrive. Reminds me of being on a cruise. We are starting to figure out what we each like and the waiter is starting to recommend certain substitutions for our oil free requirements.
A lot of people really wanted to come and enjoy the fellowship of our N.O.W group, but could not make a luncheon time. That's why we started this group. We get lot of the Luncheon group and a whole bunch on New people.
This is going to conflict once in while with another Meetups, but that’s all right. Gives us WFPB NOS people more choice. How great is that. Now that COVID is over, gone are the days where we could not find like minded people to dine and spent time with.
So if you are interested or have already started on a Whole Food Plant Based Lifestyle this is for you. Very informal, no introductions, no name tags, just a group of interesting people who are more that willing to share their sometimes inspiring experiences as well at some tips and tricks for every day living. We have several mixed marriages, so if your spouse is not yet on board with WFPB, they will be some one they can relate to. You can get as much or little support as you wish.
No need to respond, Just show up. We are there EVERY Saturday. Usually between 8 to 30 show up, so you can fit right in.