Bay Area Vegan Events!
2018 Bay Area Events!
January Events at Muir’s Tea Room & Cafe – Sebastopol’s All Vegan Restaurant
Muir’s Tea Room is located in Sebastopol at 330 S. Main Street in a beautiful Victorian home and offers a 100% plant based High Tea experience as well as delicious lunch and vegan baked goods. They also offer a lovely gift shop so you can fill up on tea & vegan treats and get your shopping done too! This is one of my favorite places! To offer the staff a break after a very busy December, they are closed until January 12th. Beginning on January 12th, their new hours are Friday thru Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For Reservations, call 707.634.6143.
Meatless Monday Dinner Pick-up beginning January 29th
Call 707.634.6143 or visit their Facebook page for the full menu and pricing.
Valentine’s Dinner & Tea Service
Muir’s will be offering their annual prix fixe menu special Valentine’s Dinner. They will begin taking reservations on January 15th. A special Valentine’s Tea Service will also be added to the regular February menu.
Mindfulness for the Veg Minded on Saturday, January 20th at the Sonoma Humane Society
Join other veg minded friends for an evening with author Lani Muelrath as she introduces and discusses her new book The Mindful Vegan. By connecting a vegan diet with the ancient practice of mindfulness, you give yourself a powerful tool in making conscious choices to live a more compassionate & healthy life. Follow this LINK for more information!
Protest Professional Bull Riders on Friday, January 26th from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Sacramento
Join fellow animal rights activists on January 26th at the Golden 1 Center located at 500 David J Stern Walk in Sacramento to protest this event. Let’s send a clear message to PBR that Sacramento will not tolerate any form of animal cruelty. The goal is to leaflet and educate the public. Signs, banners and leaflets will be provided but feel free to bring your own! Click this LINK for more information!
CAPE’S Animal Film Festival On Tour @ Marin Humane Society on Saturday, January 27th from 7 to 9 p.m.
Designed to bring about social change for the welfare of all animals, the Animal Film Festival (AFF) highlights films that explore animal welfare, animal rights and the extraordinary bond between us & other animals. Because there are so few legal protections for animals & exploitation is rampant, these screenings will inspire others to take action to save lives & end suffering. The Marin Humane Society located at 171 Bel Marin Keys Boulevard in Novato will be screening 3 films – Called to Rescue; Dogs of the 9th Ward and Love Unleashed. To support this incredible film festival, click this LINK to purchase your tickets now!
Keeping Animals in Tiny Enclosures – Six Flags Protest on Saturday, January 27th from 10:45 am. to 12:45 p.m.
Join Advocates for the Animals at Six Flags in protesting the tiny enclosures and lack of enrichment these poor animals endure. The groups’ goal is to get these animals to sanctuaries or sea pens so they can experience some semblance of what their lives should have offered. Signs, banners and leaflets will be provided. Six Flags is located at 1001 Fairgrounds Drive in Vallejo. Follow this LINK for more details.
Animal Liberation Conference from May 23rd to May 29th In Berkeley, California
Join Direct Action Everywhere and the Bay Area Animal Save movement in May to attend their co-organized animal rights conference. This historic event will include all day training sessions, an all day vigil, many activities and speakers, team building events and so much more! Follow this LINK for more details and to purchase your ticket. As of January 1st, there were already 500 fellow animal rights’ advocates signed up to attend. This is going to be an incredible week for the animals. I hope to see you there!