March, 2016
Marin Vegetarian Education Group

Very tender times here, and a very short newsletter. A life long friend and a beloved family member both died in February.  In the wake of these losses and in the midst of grief (and the work of being an executor),   kindness stands out as the most cherished and remarkable gift.  So many people have been kind, it astounds and comforts me.  May we all know kindness and may we each choose kindness at every opportunity.

Sunday, March 6
Vegan Cooking Class with Syndee Collison
There are only three spots left in Syndee's upcoming cooking class. This a hands-on, fun and informative cooking class that will feed you well and show you how to prepare scrumptious vegan meals. To learn more and to sign up, contact Syndee at

Sunday, March 20
Vigil for Birds and lunch at Amy's
On Sunday, March 20 (Meat Out) from 11 AM until 1 PM, join the Food Empowerment Project to stand vigil for the birds being slaughtered at Petaluma Poultry (2700 Lakeville Hwy).  Following the vigil, enjoy lunch at Amy's Drive-Thru.  To learn more visit

New Family Potluck Plans
If you live in the Fairfax/San Anselmo area and have young children, you may want to contact Becca. She has children aged 2, 5 and 6, and she wants to start a monthly veg potluck for families who live nearby.  Contact Becca by email:

What  else is there to do?
Check out  and for goings on around town in March.


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