What is Valley Vegfest?
Valley Vegfest gathers vegan natural food and cruelty-free product providers, along with engaging speakers and educational exhibitors, for a fun community event. It is an opportunity to enjoy food from a variety of vendors, learn about new products, and try free samples. There is a kid’s room with activities for the young ones. Valley Vegfest 2018 takes place at JFK Middle School on Saturday, April 7th, from 10 to 4, with talks scheduled throughout the day.
Whether you are a longtime vegetarian, vegan, or anyone wanting to learn about new nutritious and delicious foods, alternatives to animal products, and the many health and environmental benefits of a plant-based diet, we invite you to join in the festivities at Valley Vegfest! Admission is free and everyone is welcome! Donations are much appreciated.
Who is Valley Veg?
Valley Veg is an alliance of animal welfare, healthy eating, and environmental advocates in the Pioneer Valley. There are several affiliate groups that are active in different ways, from circus and puppy mill protests, to legislative hearings, to consciousness-raising film screenings and joyful community potluck dinners. We are always happy to see new faces at our events – to find out more about veg news and happenings in the Valley, please visit www.valleyveg.org
Valley Veg is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt organization
Partners and Friends:
Valley Vegan and Vegetarian Meetup Group
Social gatherings for vegans and vegetarians, including dinner at restaurants, and other group outings.
Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA)
Human education, cruelty prevention, adoption and veterinary services, and legislative campaigns
Berkshire Vegan Network (BVN)
Vegan potlucks/education/outreach in the Berkshires of MA
Berkshire Voters for Animals
Advocating for animals through improving and changing legislation