With the growing popularity of vegan eating (it’s even been confirmed by Google!), it’s no wonder that vegetarian festivals are on the rise nationwide, and across the globe. From Seattle, Wash. to Tampa, Fla. to Berlin, Germany, VegFests are a fun way to discover the many benefits, flavors, and joys of choosing animal-friendly foods.
As the host of the popular DC VegFest, Compassion Over Killing has received tremendous positive feedback from soon-to-be vegans about how life-changing that event has been. That’s why we’re excited to team up with VegRehoboth for the first-ever Rehoboth Beach VegFest!
Mark your calendar: This FREE outdoor event is on Sat., June 1 at Epworth United Methodist Church and aims to highlight the very best of veg-friendly eating around the beach while empowering others to stand up for animals every time they sit down to eat. The Rehoboth Beach VegFest will feature dynamic presentations from Vice President of Farm Animal Protection at the Humane Society of the United States, Paul Shapiro; owner of Hobos Restaurant, Gretchen Hanson; cookbook author John Schlimm; COK’s Erica Meier, and many more.
From a variety of veg-friendly exhibitors to a kids’ activity area to pet adoptions by the Delaware SPCA, there’s something for everyone at the Rehoboth Beach VegFest!
Sounds like fun, right? Are you wondering how you can participate? The Rehoboth Beach VegFest wants you to be a part of this inaugural event. Here how:
- Showcase your brand, business, or nonprofit as a sponsor or exhibitor. Check out our sponsor and exhibitor registration page and sign up online today! We’re accepting applications through Fri., May 3rd.
- Get involved and volunteer. We’re looking for volunteers to help before, during, and after the event. Sign up online and we’ll be in touch.
- Support the Rehoboth Beach VegFest. We’ve created a simple way for you to support our event.
- Find out more. Visit RehobothVegFest.org and find out more about our speaker line up, exhibitors, and get recent updates! And don’t forget to like us on Facebook.
We hope you can join us on Sat., June 1 in Rehoboth Beach!