April – May 2015
Please check out our library display at the Henry Ford Centennial Library, located at 16301 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, Mi. 48126. (313) 943-2330. Contact: Patty Podzikowski.
Please check out our library display at the Berkley Public Library, located at 3155 Coolidge Highway, Berkley, Mi. 48072. (248) 546-2440. Contact: Matt Church.
Attendees will learn the nutritional aspects of a plant-based diet and taste samples of the prepared food. These classes are for anyone who wants to learn how to create delicious, exciting, nutritious and easy vegan meals.
You’ll enjoy the class whether you are a seasoned vegan looking for recipe inspiration, a busy home cook with a desire for tastier plant meal, or simply a veg-curious.
Reserve your seat - call the Whole Foods Customer Service Desk (248) 371-1400.
The WCC Earth Day Celebration is an educational event intended to provide an opportunity to learn about and freely discuss ways in which we can live on this planet in a sustainable manner. The event will take place in the student center of The Washington Community College. VegMichigan will be present promoting the multiple benefits of a plant-based lifestyle in relation to the environment.
Do you enjoy dining in the company of fellow vegans? Are you curious about plant-based cuisine? If so, then join us for dinner!
The VegMichigan Dinner Club will be meeting at P.F. Chang Restaurant on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. Address: 2801 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy 48084 (located in the Somerset Collection Mall).
You must RSVP prior to attending at email@example.com with your name and number in your party. Seating is limited. This is a vegan dining experience so you will order vegan items off the menu.
Come and enjoy this vegan potluck at the Clerical Technical Union (Conference Room) located at the Northeast corner of Hagadorn and Lake Lansing Roads. We will begin festivities at 6:00 p.m. and will end at 8:00 p.m.
Before attending, please review the VegMichigan Potluck Guidelines. To find the Guidelines, simply hover over ‘More’ (above) and select ‘Files’.
Each adult (over 12 yrs.) should bring a vegan dish to serve 8. Please no animal products; including meat, eggs, dairy, honey or gelatin.
Dinnerware and serving spoons will be provided.
For more information contact:
517-394-5485 or firstname.lastname@example.org
517-332-7898 or email@example.com
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You’ll not want to miss this year’s VegFest! Our vegan taste fest and expo promotes a vegan, earth-friendly lifestyle by offering vegan food from dozens of area restaurants, samples from local and national food vendors, cooking demonstrations, a children’s activity room and presentations by nationally acclaimed presenters. Enjoy informational exhibits and shopping for cruelty-free, eco-friendly products.
Some of the products offered at VegFest include unique fashions and accessories, bath and body products, gourmet specialty foods, home and garden supplies, gifts for the dog or cat member of your family, and inspirational works of art. Numerous businesses, artists and nonprofit groups are traveling from around Michigan and across North America to bring you innovative, cruelty-free, eco-friendly products along with great information for creating a healthier, more ethical lifestyle. Also note that freshly prepared meals, delicious packaged food products and take-home bakery items, all vegan, will be available for sale and sampling in the VegFest Food Court.
Please check out our website Home Page for this year’s speakers – www.vegmichigan.org.
Join Paul Krause, president of VegMichigan as he presents “The New Food Philosophy for Health.”
Please check out our library display at the Romulus Public Library, located at 11121 Wayne Rd., Romulus, Mi. 48174. (734) 942-7589. Contact: Danielle Hansard.
Please check out our library display at the St. Clair Shores Library, located at 22500 E. 11 Mile Rd., St. Clair Shores, Mi. 48081. (586) 771-9020. Contact: Cynthia Pieniak.