The Viva Vine: vol #2, no #4: September / October 1993
Good Folks -- Get To Know Them

Farm Sanctuary is sponsoring a fundraising Walk for Farm Animals on Sept. 26 (1993) at Noon beginning at 72nd St. and Riverside Park in NYC. Farm Sanctuary operates 2 shelters (one on each coast) for victims of factory farming. Its investigators routinely visit slaughterhouses, stockyards and factory farms to document and expose abuses. Rescued farm animals are brought back to their shelters hopefully to be adopted by compassionate humans. Support Farm Sanctuary by pledging and/or walking on Sept. 26. The VivaVegie Society will definitely be there. Contact Dawn Hernandez at 516/944-8166 for more information and a pledge packet.

Celebrate World Vegetarian Day with the New York Vegetarian Society, Friday evening, Oct. 1, at the Met Club, 124 E. 83rd St. in NYC, from 7-10 p.m. Enjoy music, food, and demonstrations of massage and body work by a licensed chiropractor. Call Alycia Lee at 212/535-9385 for information.

Ingrid Newkirk and Tom Regan will speak at a forum on animal rights at The New School for Social Research, 66 West 12th St., NYC, Monday, Nov. 8, from 8-9:30 p.m. Ingrid Newkirk is co-founder and national director of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals); and Tom Regan is Professor of Philosophy, North Carolina State University, and author of *The Case for Animal Rights.* Author and VivaVegie Society member Charles Patterson will moderate. Do not be disappointed. Reserve your seat by calling 212/229-5690 now. Cost is $8.

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