Kingston's Annual VegFest is in Hibernation

See below for details!

“Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.”
― Albert Einstein

Whats up?

Given the impact of COVID and the uncertainties ahead, our organizing committee has decided to put Kingston VegFest into hibernation until such time as she can be resurrected. As part of this decision, we have disbursed our reserve funds between the two local farmed animal sanctuaries (Home Free Farm & Happy Tales Animal Sanctuary/CCWR) that KVF has supported since year one.

We have so many wonderful memories since our first VegFest in 2016, through to our last major event VegFestivus in November 2019. Thousands of visitors have enjoyed the most delicious plant-based offerings from amazing food and drink vendors, as well as exhibitors sharing their animal-friendly bath and body products, clothing, crafts, and advocacy.
We have also had the privilege of attracting celebrated speakers, including photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthur, pro hockey player Mike Zigomanis, and authors such as Franceen Neufeld (Suffering Eyes Community), Will Kymlicka & Sue Donaldson, and Robin Lamont - Author. We wish to thank everyone who has been a part of Kingston VegFest over the years, including members of our organizing committees (Sharon, Christine, Linda, Leeanne, Brandy, Cecile, George, Calvin, Tracey, Amanda, Genevieve, Elizabeth, Eden, Eleisha, Helene, Joanna, and Melissa) and our countless volunteers who have poured so much time and love into making our VegFests a success year after year.
Best of all, thank YOU, the Kingston community, for caring about people, animals, and planet, and for joining us in celebrating and inspiring the joys of plant-based living! As we settle into a period of hibernation, we send our best wishes for your health & happiness, from all of us at Kingston VegFest ❤ ❤ ❤

Kingston Vegout Directory

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Kingston VegOut Directory 2018