Off Leash Apparel is returning to VegFest! This vegan-owned local business’ main focus is on animal rescue, adoption and liberation. They donate 10% of profits to local animal shelters and rescues in the area, and another 10% to national animal organizations including Operation Glass Walls and In Defense of Animals.
We’re so happy Wuxly Movement is coming to VegFest!
Wuxly Movement, formerly Wully Outerwear, is an ethical lifestyle brand that designs and manufactures Canadian-made outerwear. Born from a love of wildlife and a vision of warm, animal-free alternatives, Wuxly does all this while spearheading a progressive Movement.
We’re sorry that DC VegFest had to cancel due to Hurricane Florence… but we are glad one of their vendors decided to come to Rochester VegFest!
Welcome to Goods & Evil Vegan Clothing!
Show your VegFest pride!
This year we are offering a choice of shirt colors, black and not black, and as always in two styles, all for $20.
We have a few left over from the festival – contact us for information.
Off Leash Apparel is coming to VegFest! This vegan-owned local business’ main focus is on animal rescue, adoption and liberation. They donate 10% of profits to local animal shelters and rescues in the area, and another 10% to national animal organizations including Operation Glass Walls and In Defense of Animals.
We are extremely excited to announce that the Herbivore Clothing Company has offered to donate in-kind to the Rochester VegFest this year! We look forward to having them involved with us!
The Herbivore Clothing Company approach has always been to show veganism as a positive choice that gives you back so much more than you give up. As they say, “Compassion Is Invincible!”
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Did you miss your chance to get an official VegFest T-shirt? We are doing a second run – and including tank tops and kids’ sizes too!
Our Dinner and a Movie event Friday night was a huge success! Fifty-five people came out for Greek spreads and bread dip (thanks for the donation, Voula!), Buddha Bowls from Red Fern, and cupcakes from Happy Cakes, followed by a showing of Speciesism: The Movie, and then a talk by its director Mark Devries. Thank you to everyone who attended, everyone who bid in the silent auction, and to the item donors. Thank you to Cam F. Awesome for MC-ing and Mark Devries for bringing his film and speaking. We were glad other VegFest speakers Mike Stura, Kerry Graff, Ted Barnett, and Jo-Anne MacArthur could attend.
Thank you to Jack & Meg for donating two tickets. Thank you to organizers and everyone who helped out or brought stuff either to use, eat, or donate: Mary, Bubbie, Deb, Kim, Darren, Mike, Leanne, Robyn, Varun, Andy, Michael, Rosemary, and Ted. People helped in so many big and little ways I can’t possibly list everything everyone did.
Thank you to Field Roast for donating a T-shirt, tote bag, 2 pint glasses, and a gift card for our raffle! Field roast makes vegan meats in Seattle.
Get a free raffle ticket when you donate $3 at the entrance to VegFest!