2012 Boston Vegetarian Food Festival Fliers
Please help to publicize the Food Festival by printing out and distributing the 8.5 " x 11" flier and the quarter page leaflet below. Thank you!Download color versions:
2012 Boston Vegetarian Food Festival Flier (102 KB, color, letter-size)
2012 Boston Vegetarian Food Festival Leaflet (348 KB, color, 4 leaflets per letter-size sheet)
Festival Announcement for Emails
Here is a brief announcement of the Festival that can be cut and pasted into an email to send to appropriate people and lists:
Subject line: Boston Vegetarian Food Festival - Sat & Sun, Oct. 27 & 28, 2012
Saturday, October 27, 2012, 11 AM - 6 PM
Reggie Lewis Athletic Center
1350 Tremont Street, Boston
Opposite Orange Line T station Roxbury Crossing
FREE admission * FREE food sampling * FREE parking * T stop across the street (Orange Line Roxbury Crossing)
New! *Saturday 10 - 11 AM preview. Limited number of tickets ($5) available to visit the Exhibitor Room before the doors open at 11 AM for Free Admission to all.
With over 120 exhibitors, the Boston Vegetarian Food Festival is two full days of fun, good food, and learning! It is a chance to explore and taste free samples of a great variety of delicious vegetarian foods, talk to food exhibitors from all over the country and locally, learn about the latest veg products, and shop at "show special" discounts.
Book and cookbook publishers, educational exhibitors on protecting animals and the environmental, and a children's activity center round out the day.
The Festival offers a stellar lineup of national speakers and award-winning chefs. All presentations are free!
Full details: www.BostonVeg.org/foodfest
The Festival is presented by the nonprofit Boston Vegetarian Society. All Festival organizers and staff donate their labor, time and talents.
The Reggie Lewis Athletic Center is opposite the Roxbury Crossing station on the Orange Line T. There is wheelchair access and FREE PARKING.
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