Archive for April, 2010
Worcester’s first-ever VegFest was a huge success. Over 2000 people came out to check out the speakers, listen to the music, check out the exhibitors and, of course, to eat the free vegan food. Here’s a quick overview of the photos and video from the VegFest: WCCA Mauro from WCCA put together a quick video [...]
The weather tomorrow is going to be rainy and cold, but the VegFest is indoors so don’t be shy. Here is a quick recap of the details: Where: Worcester State Student Center, 486 Chandler Street, Worcester When: Saturday, April 17, noon-5pm Free parking, free admission. Attire: Casual
Test your nutritional knowledge with Dr. Michael Greger, Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at The Humane Society of the United States and founding member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. вЂњThere are both risks and benefits of eating a plant-based diet,вЂќ says Dr. Greger. вЂњI will lay out the latest research in [...]
Are you pysched about the Worcester VegFest this weekend? You should be! This Saturday, April 17 from noon-5pm we’ll be at the Worcester State Student Center (rain or shine). Schedule Noon- Quick Intro to VegFest 12:05 – Music:В Midi and the Modern Dance 12:30 – Jon Camp, Vegan Outreach 1:10pm – Music:В Midi and the Modern Dance [...]
Pick up this week’s Worcester Magazine, there’s a quarter-page ad for the Worcester VegFest. Also, next week week they’ll be running a great article on the event. Sweet!
Today Buddha Hut is hosting their monthly vegan buffet fundraiser for VegWorcester. The buffet is noon-7pm, but you should come there at 10:30am for a talk by Melanie Joy, author of Why we love dogs, eat pigs, and wear cows (facebook event). Be there!
Want to help promote the Worcester VegFest? Download and print these flyers. Hang them up at your school, your work, or where-ever you go in the Worcester area. The VegFest poster in three sizes (Thanks Rae for designing this.) Legal sized poster (8.5вЂіx14вЂі) Letter sized poster (8.5вЂіx11вЂі) Quarter-page handout flyers (4 per letter page) Alternative [...]