It’s Time for Veggie Fest!




The 15th Annual Richmond Vegetarian Festival will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 24, in the Azalea Gardens at Bryan Park. Participants will be able enjoy delicious vegetarian foods, learn more about a vegetarian diet or just hang out with fun, friendly people.

      Highlights include fantastic speakers and cooking demonstrations; live music and entertainment; a kids’ patch with crafts and activities for children; excellent vegetarian food options ranging from veggie burgers to Thai and veggie sushi; vendors with the latest in humane and/or healthy products; rescue dogs in need of adoption; and more.

For more information, visit VeggieFest.org.

 

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