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Veggie "Feed & Seed" Spring Vegan Brunch

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Reminder: There is still room available! We will be taking reservations for a little while longer.

LENOX, MA - The Berkshire Vegetarian Network announced it’s Spring Potluck “Feed & Seed” Vegan Potluck Brunch, which will take place at 11:00 AM, at the United Methodist Church of Lenox, 6 Holmes Road, Lenox, MA 01240. Following the Brunch, there will be a presentation by Steve Bernstein, Founder and Director of Compassion in Action.” Steve’s Program is entitled, “Some Of My Best Friends Eat Meat: Overcoming Obstacles In A Meat Eating World.”

Everyone is asked to bring a dish to share that will feed 10 people and your own place setting. If you need ideas, remember – fruits, green or pasta salads, and rice dishes can all be simple and vegan. Or, bring juice. Coffee and assorted teas will be provided. If you still need help, give us a call.

Compassion in Action is a humane education organization, which invites individuals to explore their deepest beliefs about themselves, others and the planet as they develop practical strategies to put their principles into action. Respect for self and others are essential components of each presentation. Always positive and hopeful, Compassion in Action addresses fundamental questions about what it means to lead a life that is a daily affirmation of peace and compassion.

For more information regarding Compassion in Action, see: http://stevebernstein.us/CompassioninAction.htm

This event will be held: Saturday, April 23, 2011

Doors open at 10:30, Brunch at 11:00
United Methodist Church of Lenox
6 Holmes Road
Lenox, MA 01240

Please respond to Don and Melissa Campbell by April 15th
Include the dish you will bring for the Brunch.
413-684-0176 or mcampbell25@nycap.rr.com 

Cost $4.00.
Ovens for warming are available.
Sponsored by the Berkshire Vegetarian Network
www.berkshireveg.org .

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