The Viva Vine: vol #2, no #3: May / June 1993
Three Veggie Conferences This Summer (1993)

The North American Vegetarian Society
Bryant College, Smithfield, RI July 21-25

For fun; for everyone. Singles, couples, families. Enjoy the music, the excercise, the dancing and the healthful, totally vegetarian food.

At the conference, hear prominent vegetarians, experts in nutrition and alternative health care, as well as activists and theorists for animal rights and the environment.

Featured guests include Dr. Neal Barnard, Dr. Michael Klaper, New York City's own Lorna Sass, Gary Francione and Brother Ron Pickarski and many, many others.

Please direct all correspondence to NAVS, Box 72, Dolgeville, NY 13329. Call (518)568-7970.

American Vegan Society
VUNA Congress
4th Biennial Congress
of the Vegetarian Union of North America
which includes the 33rd Annual Convention
of the American Vegan Society
Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Ore. August 4-8

Here is the first major vegetarian conference to be held in the Pacific Northwest.

Featured speakers include Dr. Michael Klaper, Alex Hershaft, H. Jay Dinshah, Brother Ron Pickarski and New York City's own Rynn Berry as well as many, others.

For details, contact: The American Vegan Society, 501 Old Harding Hwy, Malaga, NJ 08328. Call (609) 694-2887.

The Vegetarian Resource Group
Canoe Trip and Veg. Vacation

Shenandoah Mountans, Vir. July 8 - 11

Join with the Vegetarian Resource Group for their annual summer gathering. Take in some of the most beautiful scenery in the area on a canoe trip down the Shenandoah River. You will take a leisurely-paced, five hour, 12 mile trip through gentle whitewater. Meet new friends, enjoy the scenery, eat vegan meals and take part in educational discussion groups. You will be just minutes away from the scenic Skyline Drive along the Blue Ridge Mountains and world famous Luray Cavers. Families, singles and couples all welcome.

Contact: The Vegetarian Resource Group, P.O. Box 1463, Baltimore, MD 21203. (410) 366-VEGE

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