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VegFests typically promote the vegan lifestyle with food, speakers, and merchandise.
The first VegFest was created by Toronto Vegetarian Association in 1985. Chester County (PA) held an annual VegFest from 1991 to 2018. Boston hosted its first major VegFest in 1996. Other cities caught the idea, and now VegFests, big and small, indoors and outdoors, proliferate. These events inspire people to try veganism or reaffirm their decision to be vegan.
Want to start a VegFest? A step-by-step guide is available here from Compassionate Action for Animals.
Are you a VegFest vendor or organizer? Would you like vegan resources?
Contact AVS 856-694-2887 for FREE vegan stuff or AVS-published books at 50% discount to sell.
Once upon a time there were so few VegFests that it was easy to keep a national list. Now there are so many wonderful VegFests that we don’t have time to track them all for you. Simply do a search with the name of your local city and the word VegFest. Odds are something will pop up; if not, be inspired to get one started!
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