If you’re up by North Bay or in need of a weekend vacation, head over to the beautiful rolling hills of Sonoma, California to celebrate healthy-eating and environmentally-responsible living with delicious vegan fare, music, shopping, talks and films.
3rd Annual Sonoma Veg Fest
Saturday, August 20, 2016
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA
Sonoma Veg Fest is a festival to connect people who believe in healthy eating, responsible living, and kindness toward animals.
Check out local food vendors and cooking demonstrations and try some new vegan dishes, like seitan nachos and portabella mushroom burgers.
Fest-goers can sample vegan food and even full meals by vendors including Sebastopol’s Muir’s Tea Room, Santa Rosa’s Gaia’s Garden, Vixen Kitchen Vegan Gelato, Miyoko’s cashew cheese, Alive & Healing Tempeh, Obsessive Confection Disorder and Sjaak’s Chocolate, among many others.
Learn about the latest discoveries about healthy living from knowledgeable speakers in the Health and Wellness Room.
This year, Veg Fest will hold its first North Bay Vegan FilmFest, featuring new, exciting, and informative documentaries. FilmFest Tickets are sold separately and can be purchased at http://www.purplepass.com/VeganFilmFest.
Get ready to dance as VegFest welcomes Zahira’s inspirational Soul/Pop/Reggae fusion music.
Peruse the festival boutiques to shop for clothing, jewelry, books, and DVDs.
Sonoma VegFest is sponsored by Compassionate Living, a non-profit organization in North Bay which aims to end farmed animal suffering and encourage a healthy vegan lifestyle.
Adult admission is $5 and kids under 13 are free.
For more information, visit www.SoCoVegFest.org.