Dec 09 Saturday
Orange Street Pottery staff and students yearly pottery show and sales.
Mar 30 Sunday
Due to the tremendous success of last year’s inaugural event, Wilmington’s VegFest 2019 will span two days. An exciting lineup of speakers and vegan celebrities will be on hand to educate, showcase and inspire with a variety of family-friendly activities that focus on the vegan lifestyle. In addition to demos, speakers and some 50 vendors, attendees can look forward to food trucks, craft beer and live music.
Education Day is set for Saturday, March 30th from 10 am until 5 pm at the venue Events! On Front which is located at 130 N. Front Street. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn all about the benefits and how-tos of a plant-based lifestyle. The festivities continue on Sunday March 31st at the Coastline Convention Center where vendors and demos will further showcase all things vegan.
In case you missed it, 2019 was declared the “Year of the Vegan” by several major news outlets. Forbes predicts that 2019 will be the year that more people embrace a plant-based lifestyle and The Economist says that veganism will be this year’s most popular topic. Here’s your chance to discover what all the buzz is about!
Tickets for the 2-day festival are $10. Kids under the age of 18 get in for free with a paying adult. Two nonprofits, Wilmington Vegan and North Carolina Farmed Animals Save are working directly with Helene Greenberg, the executive director and promoter of Triangle VegFest/NC Vegfests.
For more information on Wilmington VegFest or how to become a sponsor, please visit: https://wilmingtonvegfest.com/
Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/ncvegfests/