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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday November 17 2012
07:00 PM

Celebrate World Vegan Month event, Dublin, 17th Nov

category dublin | animal rights | event notice author Saturday November 17, 2012 12:58author by Vegan Ireland - Vegan Irelandauthor email vegansireland at gmail dot comauthor address www.veganireland.orgauthor phone 0861006763 Report this post to the editors

Vegan Ireland will screen a series of short movies including the movie premiere of “You Haven’t Lived Till You’ve Hugged a Turkey” by Matilda’s Promise as part of World Vegan Month celebrations.

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The movies will be accompanied by talks, music, games and delicious vegan food provided by Vegusto (http://www.vegusto.co.uk/shop/) and Plant Based Foods (http://plant-based-foods.ie/, http://plantgoodness24.ie/).

Plamil Foods (http://www.plamilfoods.co.uk/products/) have donated goodie bags for our raffle.

After each short movie a speaker will give a short talk on their own experiences.

Please RSVP to vegansireland@gmail.com so we have an idea of the numbers attending and can organise the catering accordingly. Alsoplease forward this post and our Facebook event page far and wide : http://www.facebook.com/events/303881856387621/

The event is open to everyone interested in veganism.

Where: Centre of Creative Practices(CFCP), 15 Pembroke St. Lower, Dublin
Time: 7pm-11pm
When: Saturday, 17th November
Price: Donation €7
Contact: vegansireland@gmail.com
Map: http://cfcp.ie/location

Related Link: http://www.veganireland.org
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