6:00 p.m. potluck; 7:00 p.m. program
Friends Meeting House, 4500 Kensington Ave. (Kensington & Commonwealth Aves.)
Members, no charge; non-members, $3.00
This a great way to spend Valentine's Day...with a love of vegan cuisine. Invite those you love!
Anne Dinshah utilizes a gentle, entertaining way of communicating, so everyone is inspired with friendly suggestions of how to create delicious, sustainable, truly humane, and healthy plant-based recipes. This lecture empowers audi-ences—including those who don’t cook yet and those who love to cook—to have fun in the kitchen.
Anne authored/coauthored five books including Dating Vegans and Apples, Bean Dip, and Car-rot Cake: Kids! Teach Yourself to Cook. She has a bachelor’s of arts in American studies from University of Notre Dame and a master’s of education in sport administration from University of Texas. Anne is a professional rowing coach. Her new book is Powerful Vegan Messages on compassionate living for today’s world; she also gives lectures on “dynamic harmlessness.”
For information and reservations call 344-4356 or email Lois@vegetarianrichmond.org. Please bring your own place setting, serving utensil, beverage and recipe. Vegan preferable.
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