25th Annual Lone Star Veggie Chili
Sunday November 10th
Mopac & Wm. Cannon, South Austin
Rally Against Ringling Bros Circus
Wednesday August 21st
US Veg Week 2013
Monday April 22nd
Veg Week 2013 is a campaign to ask people to pledge to give up meat for just seven days. You can take the pledge to "Go Veg!" for a week at Compassion Over Killing's website. If you're already vegetarian, this would also be a perfect time to try going vegan for seven days. And if you're already vegan, what can you do? Sign up a couple of friends who you've talked to about going veg. It's a great way to spread the word and share your experiences.
Vegan Potlucks on Thanksgiving Day
November 28th, 2013
Amala Foundation Potluck, Movie and Dance
1006 South 8th St. - 4:30pm to 9:00pm
Bring yourself, a raw or vegan dish and musical instruments if you have any. Be prepared for a sweet time, good music and dancing in The Sanctuary Yoga studio and possibly a movie. No charge, donations for the community space and Amala Foundation are always welcome.
Thanks-vegan Potluck with the Tadlocks
500 Glen Valley Lane, Leander - 3:00pm
Celebrate turkeys by keeping them and their friends off the menu! Bring one dish, must be 100% vegan: no meat, eggs, dairy, or honey, and also no palm oil. RSVP required. Please bring your own plates, bowls, and silverware.
Vegan Potluck at SARA Sanctuary
1050 Rawhide Road, Seguin - 12pm to 6pm
Come early to volunteer. Kids and friendly dogs welcome. Bring a vegan dish to share. Please RSVP to Tracy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8th Annual Trancegiving
November 30th, 2013
Zilker Park Polo Tables (2300 Andrew Zilker Road)
After taking a year-long vacation, Shiva Shakti returns to continue the Austin tradition of Trancegiving! Get your dancing shoes, park gear, and food cravings ready. Trancegiving is a free event hosted by Shiva Shakti and FYB, donations are always accepted and appreciated to help cover the cost of the venue, food, and sound. As always, we provide a vegan friendly menu complete with an all vegan grill! We encourage all participants to bring vegan friendly treats for all to share and enjoy (enough for at least 8!). Items such as juice, tea, chips, fruit, vegetables, and veggie dogs are always appreciated and welcome. Don't forget to bring your reusable plates, utensils, and water receptacles to reduce waste (and clean-up time!).