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National - Event Notice
Sunday September 30 2012
12:00 PM

World Vegetarian Day Festival 2012

category national | animal rights | event notice author Monday August 27, 2012 22:13author by Martin O'Sullivan - Vegetarian Societyauthor phone 0878289243 Report this post to the editors

Keep Sunday 30th September free for this fantastic day out!

The Vegetarian Society of Ireland are holding a festival to mark World Vegetarian Day 2012 and we hope you will come along for the celebration. We'll have plenty of stalls in the main hall with a focus on: food, animal rights, environmental, booksellers, etc. There shall also be plenty talks lined up too.

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Any queries please contact: vegday@vegetarian.ie

If you would like an extra special treat on World Vegetarian Day, and you would like to Show your support for the festival check out http://www.fundit.ie/project/support-world-vegetarian-d...-2012 We hope you like the video.

Show your support for the event on facebook by joining the event at http://www.facebook.com/events/145127315628169/?context...reate

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author by Elricpublication date Mon Aug 27, 2012 22:44Report this post to the editors

Contrary to popular belief, meat eaters do not cook cats in microwaves.

Hope theres a big turnip at your event though.

author by pussyriotpublication date Tue Aug 28, 2012 20:59Report this post to the editors

"Hope theres a big turnip at your event though."

Not referring to yourself there Elric I hope!!

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author by Elricpublication date Tue Aug 28, 2012 21:09Report this post to the editors

I prefer swedes.

 
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