A Celebration of Healthy, Ethical Eating
Highlights from the Sonoma County VegFest
Join us on Saturday, August 20, 2016
for our 3rd Annual SoCo VegFest. We have outgrown our original space and have expanded to the larger Luther Burbank Center for the Arts so we can offer you even more!
Welcome to the 3rd Annual Sonoma County VegFest, Sonoma County’s full-featured, indoor-outdoor celebration of compassionate, healthy and environmentally responsible living.
The 2015 Sonoma County VegFest was a huge success! We featured knowledgeable speakers, delicious food, refreshing drink, dozens of local and bay area vendors, professional cooking demonstrations, lots of free samples, an awesome kids corner and vegan ice cream. For 2016, we will have all this and more!
NEW THIS YEAR
For 2016, we will have our first ever SoCo Vegan FlimFest with new, exciting, and informative documentaries just out this year shown throughout the day. Film Fest tickets will be sold separately. We will be announcing the films shortly!
We will also have a Vegan Cake Decorating Contest with prizes for best decoration and creative vegan messaging! Pr-registration required if you are interested in entering a cake. Please e-mail email@example.com.
TICKETS AVAILABLE JUNE 1, Just $5!
Stay tuned for announcements of our exciting 2016 line-up of speakers and vendors!
Interested in vending or volunteering? E-mail Hope: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank United Poultry Concerns (UPC) for their co-sponsorship of the Sonoma County VegFest. UPC is a outstanding nonprofit organization dedicated to the compassionate and respectful treatment of chickens, turkeys, ducks and other domestic fowl for 25 years. To learn more and support them, go to www.upc-online.org
The Sonoma County VegFest is proudly sponsored by Compassionate Living, a Sonoma County non-profit whose mission is to create a compassionate world where people are healthy, the environment is protected, and all animals are free from human imposed suffering. To learn more about Compassionate Living and the far-reaching benefits of transitioning to a plant-based diet, please click here.