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Saturday – Vegan Potluck at The Kitchen

Vegan Potluck
Saturday, March 24 @ 6:30pm
The Kitchen (at Galway City Museum), Spanish Arch
Entry €3 – must bring vegan food to share!

Bring a vegan dish, dessert or snack to share. Food can be homemade or shop bought as long as it’s 100% VEGAN (no meat, eggs, dairy, whey, gelatine, honey etc).

The potlucks are a great way to meet people, find out more about veganism and try some delicious vegan food!

Microwave provided.

Free tea and coffee with a choice of plant milks.

Separate table for gluten-free food.

Entry fee €3 to cover the costs of running the potluck. Any money left over after costs are covered will go towards a charity event in the summer.
No entry charge for under 16s.

You must contribute some vegan food to join the event. Anyone without vegan food to share will be refused entry.

There will be labels provided to write out the ingredients of your dish, but try to label your dish before you arrive (that way you’ll have more time to load up your plate)! Please write your name on the label too.

Try to be on time, because all the best stuff goes quickest!

As a rough guide for how much food to bring – bring about as much as you intend to eat. There’s no entry fee for kids, but if you are bringing some little ones, try to bring some extra food along too.

Since it’s just a week before Easter, the organisers will be raffling off a vegan chocolate hamper worth €30 and some vegan Easter eggs too!

All are welcome!

Kate Robinson
Email: events@galwaydaily.com

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