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    New York: The First Veggie Pride Parade in America Sunday, May 18 2008, Greenwich Village, NY. The procession will begin at 12 Noon in the Old Meat District.
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      New York:
      The First Veggie Pride Parade in America Sunday, May 18 2008, 
      Greenwich Village, NY. The procession will begin at 12 Noon in the 
      Old Meat District. It will culminate in Washington Square Park
      (Eastern end), with a festival of rock music, speakers and 
      exhibitors. See www.vivavegie. org/ Ph: 212-242-0011. If traveling 
      from SJ contact AVS at 856-694-2887 or VSSJ at 1-877-www-vssj to 
      carpool or train together.   

      In traveling by train, Terri has a group meeting at Hamilton station in NJ.
      She is at tlw920@....

      New Jersey:
      American Vegan Garden Party Sunday May 25 2008, at AVS Headquarters 
      in Malaga NJ. Outdoor Buffet Lunch: Noon. Afternoon Program: 2pm. 
      Linda Long gives us a photo-illustrated preview of her first book, 
      Great Chefs Cook Vegan, Rynn Berry, historian and author, will ask 
      for audience participation to present vignettes from the lives of 
      Famous Vegetarians; afternoon includes a very short AVS Annual 
      Membership Meeting/Trustee Election. Huge Book-Room Sale: 11am - 6pm. 
      Lunch Reservations due by Tuesday May 20. Suggested donation: $20. 
      Potential actors in Rynn's playlets, and for further info & 
      reservations see www.americanvegan. org, phone 856-694-2887. American 
      Vegan Society, PO Box 369, 56–72 Dinshah Lane, Malaga NJ 
      08328,avswebmail@comcast. net. Volunteer help is needed on Saturday, 
      Sunday,and Monday—please phone. 

      Public Eye: Artists for Animals' "The Unhuggables" : Stories Teaching 
      Empathy & Respect For Local Wildlife. A storytelling performance 
      about less-than-cuddly animals to foster empathy & respect for local 
      wildlife. Professional storytellers, puppeteers and musicians will 
      perform for family audiences at local libraries--free and open to the 
      public. Sunday June 8, 2-3pm, Free Library of Philadelphia, Central 
      Library, Skyline Rm 4th Fl, 1901 Vine St, Phila PA 19103; Saturday 
      June 14, 2-3pm, Chestnut Hill Library, 8711 Germantown Ave, Phila PA 
      19118; Saturday June 21, 2-3pm, Falls-Schuylkill Library, 3501 
      Midvale Ave, Phila PA 19129. For information, call 215-620-2130 or 
      email lisa@publiceyephill y.org.

      34th Annual Vegetarian Summerfest Wednesday June 18 to Sunday June 22 
      2008, Conference Center at University of Pittsburgh-Johnstow n campus, 
      Johnstown, PA. Sessions on Health, Nutrition, Fitness, Compassionate 
      Living, Animal Rights, Earth Stewardship; with doctors, dietitians, 
      other experts. Vegan meals. Social activities. For more info contact: 
      North American Vegetarian Society, PO Box 72, Dolgeville NY 13329, 
      Ph: 518-568-7970, Fax: 518-568-7979, www.vegetariansumme rfest.org

      CARE'S Annual Veggie Fest Saturday June 28 2008, 12 - 4pm, Hoopes 
      Park, West Chester PA. A vegetarian picnic and festival. Tasty vegan 
      food, exhibits, literature, music, and children's activities. $10 for 
      CARE members, $12 for non-members, $5 for children 12 and under. Rain 
      date Sunday June 29. Call Allison at 267-481-0487 if weather is 
      questionable, or for more info. Call Susan Hopkins at 610-240-0283 to 
      volunteer. www.CARE4animals. org. 
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