April 30 (6:30 PM)
Following our usual potluck, join
David Cacanindin for a presentation on, "Growing Your Own Food." David is a renaissance man in a modern world. Check his hat rack, and you'll find a chef's hat, a jungle hat, a bicycle helmet, and construction goggles. The rest of the time, he's meditating under a monk-length bed of hair. A raw foods nutritionist, world traveler, NYC chef, energy healer, jazz pianist, music teacher, permaculturist, and zero-waste environmentalist, David is bound to send you away with some new ideas. Follow David on Tumblr and his travel blog.
Come to the potluck at 6:30, the talk at 7:30, or both! The potluck and demo will be in the Oak and Elm Rooms at the Marshall Center, 1009 E. McLoughlin, Vancouver, WA 98663 [see map]. This is just over the I-5 Bridge - very quick to reach from Portland.
For the potluck, please bring a plant-based (no animal products, including honey) main dish, salad, or dessert; a card listing its ingredients; and plates and utensils for your use. Need plant-based ideas? Click here. If you come alone, figure the amount to serve 4-6; increase the amount 4 servings for each additional person in your party/family. Northwest VEG potlucks are alcohol-free events. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org. A donation of $2-5 is suggested to help cover the cost of the room rental.
July 19 (5:00 PM)
After our usual community potluck, please help us in welcoming, Rosalind and Clayton McCallard, the founders of Portland's only vegan metal sandwich company, Snackrilege and their head seitan maker, Rebecca Smith. The Snackrilege team will be presenting, "The Science of Seitan," and share with us their trade secrets on creating the perfect seitan! SAMPLES will be provided!
Snackrilege prides themselves and creating perfectly tasty, affordable, plant-based foods that people can grab-and-go for anytime delicious satisfaction. To learn more about Snackrilege, visit their website and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This event will be at the Friends Meeting Hall, 4312 SE Stark St., Portland, OR. Come to the potluck at 5:00, the presentation at 6:30, or both!
Please bring a plant-based (no animal products, including honey) main dish, salad, or dessert; a card listing its ingredients; and plates and utensils for your use. Need plant-based ideas? Click here. If you come alone, figure the amount to serve 4-6 generously; increase the amount 4 servings for each additional person in your party/family. Northwest VEG potlucks are alcohol-free events, and we start eating at about 5:15. For more information email email@example.com. A donation of $2-5 per person is suggested to help cover the cost of the room rental.
April 2, 2015
Volunteers are needed to help table at a number of great community events. Tabling is a lot of fun and entails talking with interested attendees about a plant-based lifestyle and Northwest VEG offerings (including our classes, potlucks, presentations and more); handing out literature; directing attendees to additional resources and recipes as necessary; and generally putting a positive face to a compassionate lifestyle.
New volunteers are welcomed and will be paired with an experienced volunteer and given training materials beforehand.
Please email our Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator, Chelsea Davis, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Portland Earth Day 2015
Where: Normandale Park (NE 57 Ave/Halsey)
When: Saturday, April 25
Tabling shifts: 9:15am-12:15pm, 12-3pm, 2:45-5:15pm
Women's Works Fair
Where: Adventist Medical Center (10123 SE Market Street Portland, OR)
When: Sunday, April 26
Tabling shift: 11:30am-3pm
February 28, 2015
We are excited to announce we are making a documentary and we need your support! The movie will explore the lives and stories of everyday people in our communities who share a common thread - they're all vegan. There are a number of great movies focusing on why to go vegan or featuring people new to veganism, but we want to spotlight how everyday vegans live their lives and how accessible the vegan lifestyle really is.
The movie is not only about the community, it is being created by the community! We are looking for stories to feature in the movie, so please consider submitting your story and supporting the project by making a tax-deductible donation.
Please check out VeganMovie.org and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.