Northern Connecticut Vegetarian Society invites you to Vegan Potluck at Suffield Senior Center, 145 Bridge Street, Suffield, CT. Dr. Joanne Kong has been praised as one of the most compelling advocates for plant-based nutrition.
Dr. Kong talk is "If You've Ever Loved An Animal, Go Vegan!" She has given numerous presentations around the globe including the Veggie Pride Parade in New York City, Oakland VegFest, Green Food Fest in Norway, the 2018 North American Veg Summerfest, a 2-week speaking tour of India this past Summer, and she has upcoming international presentations in Italy and Germany.
She will appear in two upcoming documentaries - Eating Our Way to Extinction, and Taking Note about vegan musicians. Dr. Kong is author of If You've Ever Loved an Animal, Go Vegan, on sale after her talk today, and her highly-praised TEDx talk on veganism, currently at over 450,000 views on YouTube, is included in Unbound Project, “a multimedia and book project that celebrates the inspiring women who have been at the forefront of animal advocacy around the globe.”
After Dr. Kong's presentation, enjoy the potluck. Bring a Healthy Vegan dish with serving utensils, a list of its ingredients, and its recipe. Vegan food has zero animal ingredients (no honey, eggs, dairy, meat or fish).
A $9 donation is requested. Children are welcome and are free. For more information or reservations, contact Coordinator Harry at (860) 623-8082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.