Twin Cities VegWeek is coming up in just a couple weeks: April 16 – 22, 2018. Join us for this week-long celebration of all things veg!
What’s the Twin Cities VegPledge?
It’s an opportunity to try out eating vegetarian or vegan. Or, if you’re already vegan, you can pledge to get five friends to take the pledge. However you pledge, it’s a great chance to learn how to do better for the animals—either through exploring more plant-based eating or through inviting your friends to participate.
What does the VegPledge get you?
Aside from the awesome feeling that comes with compassionate living, signing up for the Twin Cities VegPledge will get you a discount at these Twin Cities eateries:
- fig + farro
- Evan’s Organic Eatery
- Vegan East
- J. Selby’s
- The Herbivorous Butcher (vegan meats and cheeses only)
Soon after you sign up, you’ll be emailed the discount card that will give you 15% off at these veg-friendly spots during Twin Cities VegWeek, April 16–22.
In addition, we’ll send you one email each day of Twin Cities VegWeek that will include variety of helpful tips to keep you focused on your pledge. Look forward to information about meal planning and vegan nutrition, as well as inspiring stories to keep you motivated.
Twin Cities VegWeek Events
To kick things off, we’re hosting a Vegan Pancake Brunch Feed-In on Saturday, April 14.
Then, we’ve got all kinds of events during the week that follows, including skill-building workshops, sanctuary tours, inspiring talks, social events, and outreach opportunities. Here they are:
- Advocate Training: Effective Leafleting – Monday, April 16
- Chickens on Campus! – Monday, April 16
- April Dine-Out at Thai Garden – Wednesday, April 18
- Advocate Training: Virtual Reality and Pay-Per-View – Thursday, April 19
- Famaste Sanctuary Tour – Saturday, April 21
- Guest Speaker: Jenny Brown — “More than Meats the Eye” – Sunday, April 22
We look forward to having you join us for Twin Cities VegWeek 2018, exploring what it means to make compassionate choices that positively affect the lives of farmed animals.