Summer Vegan Potluck,Sun. Aug. 20 '06, 6pm-on for SFVS,VeggieJews& vegan friends
- Summer Vegan Potluck at Home of Bonnie Knight
for Members of the San Francisco Vegetarian Society, Veggie Jews and their
Please bring one dish with enough food to serve ten people and
please bring an index card listing the ingredients, thanks.
Sunday, August 20, 2006
6:00 p.m., socializing and appetizers
6:30 p.m. Dinner
2546 Great Highway between Ulloa and Vicente Streets
San Francisco, CA 94116-2613
RSVP: _Bonbonsf@..._ (mailto:Bonbonsf@...) or (415)
Within a 5-minute walk of 3 MUNI lines - 18, 23 and L.
If the weather is mild, we'll eat in the backyard garden.
If the weather is cold, we'll eat inside.
If it looks like the weather could go either way, bring a sweater.
The backyard garden has a deep, unfenced koi pond, so no children
under 12, sorry. Well-behaved older children are welcome.
Allergy Alert: There are two in-house and in-garden dogs and one
indoor cat present.
Access to the garden is up a staircase to the main house and then
down a staircase to the garden.
There will be an opportunity, completely optional, to sign letters
on behalf of animals.
You need only bring your potluck contribution -- there is no charge
for this event -- it's FREE.
Hope to see you all!
[www.sfvs.org, The San Francisco Vegetarian Society:
For health and humanity, promoting vegetarianism since 1968.
SFVS is a non-profit organization that has been working in the Bay Area for
nearly 40 years promoting a vegetarian diet as a healthful and humane way
[Veggie Jews is an on-line and real world organization with events in local
communities dedicated to supporting Jewish vegans and vegetarians and
spreading vegan, vegetarian and animal rights values into the Jewish
community. All Veggie Jews' events are open to Jews of all ages and our
non-Jewish friends. We are not a singles or religious group, although single and
observant people are always welcome. For group information or to join, please
go to _www.groups.yahoo.com/group/veggiejews/_
(http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/veggiejews/) . And remember: It's only
kosher if it's cruelty free.]
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