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#1 Old 05-11-2003, 04:14 AM
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#2 Old 05-13-2003, 08:28 AM
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Hi! I'm in DC. Anyone else?
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hahaha, another. Make that 2 out of 50 Michael...or was this intentional...hmmm



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I'm ten minutes from DC (U of M area).
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Think we can ever get the typo fixed?
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Hey all, I live about 30 minutes outside of DC, in Springfield, VA, at least for the next month and a half. So, Sticky Fingers Bakery?? Anyone know if you can buy individual items?
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Hi there! My ex lives in Springfield. Anyhow, never been to that bakery--sorry!
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I'm in Baltimore, and work in Columbia...once upon a time when I was ambitious, I worked in the District.
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Re: Sticky Fingers



Yes, you can buy individual items. And it's highly worth the trip to go pick up some cowvin cookies!
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whooooooooo. DC!
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Hi! I'm new to this board and to the DC area. My fiance and I just moved to Alexandria, VA and are looking to meet interesting people and couples.



I've joined a Cooking Light Supper Club in my area which has been fun and got me thinking, are their any veggie supper clubs in DC? If not, would anyone be interested in starting one?



I think it would be lots of fun and a great way for people to get together and enjoy wonderful food and company!



Peace, love & happiness,

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Who got a copy of The Washington Post yesterday?



I picked one up for some unknown reason (OK, to read the comics) and there was a vegan comic there!



Go dig through the trash and get the Style section and look for the comic: "Rhymes with Orange"...I looked for the website so I could post it up for everyone but they haven't updated it in like 2 weeks.
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Who got a copy of The Washington Post yesterday?



I picked one up for some unknown reason (OK, to read the comics) and there was a vegan comic there!







I saw it - not bad! Of course, I still love the Dilbert from sometime last year with the vegan guy in the office. Dilbert tells him that his clothes were made on machines run by coal and oil which come from dead dinosuars. The guy is shown in the final panel walking nude around the office thinking to himself "I need to start making exceptions."
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For anyone lurking around this forum who doesn't go to the MD or VA forums, check out either of them for news about a local gathering of veggieboards people planned for February 15.
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Man, TWP Style section has The Sun beat in someways.



For one, my horoscopes are better in TWP. Cause for 2 months now, according to TWP, I will meet my soul mate...and I better look my best. TS is just being a meanie and saying that I'll discover the cure for the common cold or be the next big philosopher or some mucky-muck...Or maybe I shouldn't put much into these computer generated horoscopes...



Two, the comics are better. The Boondocks and Dilbert (and Doonsbury) rock my world. Yeah TS has them too, but not much else.



OK, so my thinking for today is done. whoo!
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Vegetarian Society for the District of Columbia



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Greenfestival September 18 & 19 2004 Washington DC Convention Center. www.greenfestivals.com
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Vegetarian Society of the District Of Columbia

http://www.vsdc.org/



- Lists many free vegetarian social events and other cool veggie things to do in the Washington DC Metro Area.





Veg-DC Mailing List

http://www.waste.org/mail/?list=veg-...me=RegionalVeg



- This free e-mail discussion list is for about everything vegan and vegetarian in the Washington DC Metro Area.

Great for learning about local resources, local events, and interfacing with local veggie people.





Pangea

http://www.veganstore.com



- is a mail order business specializing in hard to find vegan speciality products. Foods, cosmetics, vitamins, leather alternatives ...etc. They are open for walk-in customers on the weekend. N





VegDC.com ( not affilitated with the mailing list above )

http://www.vegdc.com



- is an excellent guide to vegan, vegetarian, vegetarian friendly restaurants, groceries, and other resources in the Washington DC Metro Area.





Vegan Meetup for Washington D.C.

http://vegan.meetup.com/?localeId=461&setLocale=1

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Vegetarian Society Of The District Of Columbia (VSDC)



POT LUCK VEGETARIAN PICNIC IN ROCK CREEK PARK



Sunday September 19th 4 pm



Grove 9, Rock Creek Park



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- FREE



- No membership required



- Everyone is welcome!



- Easy to get to location



- Free parking available on site



- FUN!





For directions and more information about the picnic please see:

http://www.vsdc.org/picnics.html





For other FUN events sponsored by the VSDC that are open to everyone

please see:

http://www.vsdc.org/calendar.html





You can also get a very impressive list of other FUN veggie events

(non VSDC sponsored ) in the DC Metro Area on the VSDC web site at:

http://www.vsdc.org/nonvsdc_calendar.html







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I will be staffing the table for the Vegetarian Society Of DC ( http://www.vsdc.org ) this Saturday from 3- 7 pm.



My name is Steve, drop by and say hello.



http://www.greenfestivals.com/

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#22 Old 09-23-2004, 10:27 AM
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Charlottesville Vegetarian Festival - Free 9/25/04



http://cvillevegfest.org/



Saturday, September 25, 2004

11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Lee Park

Charlottesville, Virginia

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#23 Old 10-01-2004, 09:55 AM
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Open House at the VSDC Office and Annual Meeting



Restaurant Visit to Berwyn Cafe

Sat 9 October, at 12 noon

(College Park Maryland, 5010 Berwyn Road

<http://maps.yahoo.com/?addr=5010+berwyn+rd&csz=20742>, near Rhode

Island Ave)



The October restaurant visit, with a special date and time, is at Berwyn

Café <http://berwyncafe.net/>. Berwyn Cafe is an all-vegetarian /

mostly vegan restaurant (a few desserts have honey). They serve a

variety of sandwiches and salads, including tofu gyro sandwiches. VSDC

Board Member and folk musician Steven Gellman <http://hiddenpoet.com/>

(www.hiddenpoet.com <http://www.hiddenpoet.com/>) will perform, as he

does on the second Saturday of every month, so come early to get your

food and a good seat. Berwyn Cafe is not walking distance from a Metro

station, but there is an hourly bus (83) from the College Park station

that leaves you a short walk from the restaurant. There's also the C2

bus from the Greenbelt Metro station.













Singles Restaurant Party and Movie



Sat 9 October, 5:00pm



Singles, join us for a restaurant party at Aladdin's (4044 S

28th Street, Arlington, VA (Shirlington), 703-894-4401,

_www.aladdinseatery.com_

<http://mail.yahoo.com/config/login?/file://www.aladdinseatery.com>),

where the menu is about 50% vegetarian. We'll meet at 5pm and have

one section of the restaurant to ourselves, with three or four

tables. Each person will pay their own portion of that table's

bill. Just a half block away is the Cineplex Odeon Shirlington

Theater, with seven screens. After dinner, pairs or groups might

like to see a film. We'll have time to eat and socialize before a

typical 6:30 to 7:30 pm show time. Last January we had this same

event and 20 people attended. Some saw a film after eating, but

many stayed at the restaurant long after 7:30. It was very enjoyable.



Please contact Patricia by Friday, Oct 8th, if possible, if

you will be attending so she can give the restaurant a final count,

at [email protected], 202-861-8393 office, 571-217-6029

cell. For anyone replying as late as Friday, please call the office

or cell number (don't use email).





Adopt-A-Road Cleanup

Sat 9 October at 11am

Silver Spring, Maryland



Please come out and help us work! You will get a great workout and get

to see VSDC's sign at the corner of Wayne Avenue and Sligo Creek

Parkway. We'll meet at 11am at the corner of Georgia and Wayne Avenues

at the small triangular park on the east side of Georgia Avenue (just

three blocks up the hill on Wayne Avenue from the Silver Spring metro,

red line). Bright vests, gloves, a "grabber," and garbage bags will be

provided. Please wear closed-toe shoes for your safety. At 11:15am

we'll start working, heading east along Wayne Avenue. We'll go

somewhere afterwards for some lunch or a snack. For general

information, see the VSDC Adopt-A-Road

<http://www.vsdc.org/cleandc.html> page on the website.









When: October 12, 1994 January 14, 2005 (off last 2 weeks in

December 2004)







Where: Classes will be held at two locations:



SE Tennis and Learning Center



701 Mississippi Avenue, SE



(off Wheeler Road; near Congress Heights metro)



Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 PM







ROC-North (former Petworth School)



801 Shepherd Street, NW, Room 245



(3 blocks from Georgia Avenue-Petworth metro)



Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 PM







Cost: Only $5 for entire course (Fee can be waived, if requested)







To register, contact VSDC at 202-362-8349 or [email protected]

<http://us.f514.mail.yahoo.com/ym/[email protected]&YY=43920&order=down&sort= date&pos=1>

and leave your name, number and the location you plan to attend (NW or

SE). You can also check out our website at www.vsdc.org for up-to-date

information. The one-time $5 registration fee can be paid on the first

day of class (or can be waived, if requested).









VegFest DC 2004: Health, Ecology, and Ethics

Sat 23 October, 11 am to 7 pm

14th and U Streets, NW Washington DC

<http://maps.yahoo.com/?addr=2000+14th+NW&csz=20009>



VSDC is excited to sponsor VegFest DC once again, and with the support

of the 14th and U Main Street Initiative <http://14thandu.org/>. It

will take place at the Frank D. Reeves Center, one block west of the U

Street Cardozo Metro Station

<http://wmata.com/metrorail/Stations/station.cfm?station=73>. This

one-day *event is free and open to the general public* and will include

a range of presentations on the powerful and empowering benefits of

vegetarianism as they relate to personal and public health,

environmental sustainability, the end of abuse and exploitation of

animals, and the alleviation of global hunger.



Sessions will feature prominent speakers, exceptional panels, and

creative food preparation demonstrations, to better understand the

compelling ideological reasons and also provide practical information on

how people can do it simply and successfully. Sessions, being

finalized, will be interspersed in a single track to enable all

participants to enjoy all sessions.



Many like-minded organizations will exhibit their materials and projects

while vendors will offer unique items, including fabulous vegan food!

Door prizes will be given and music is planned. All attendees will be

asked to register upon arriving, so we may better gauge the event's

success. Donations of vegan non-perishable food items will be collected

and given to Community of Hope <http://communityofhopedc.org/>, a local

non-profit helping those in need in DC.



October, a special time for vegetarians, is Vegetarian Awareness Month,

and also includes World Vegetarian Day (1 October), World Farmed Animals

Day (2 October), St. Francis of Assisi's birthday (4 October), and

United Nations World Food Day (14 October). 15 October 2004 marks

VSDC's 77th anniversary!



**Volunteers are needed to assist us throughout the day. Please let us

know <http://www.vsdc.org/contact.html> if you can help make VegFest DC

2004 an overwhelming success;

contact http://www.vsdc.org/contact.html or call the veg-line at

202-362-VEGY, option 2. More details about the event will be posted on

our website by 15 October.









Book Club: Tell Me a Riddle, by Tillie Olsen

Wed 27 October at 7:30pm



Tell Me a Riddle

<http://georgetown.edu/faculty/bassr/heath/syllabuild/iguide/olsen.html>

is a collection of four short stories, including a 1961 O. Henry Award

winner about a woman whose aspirations are dashed by the necessities of

life. VSDC members and friends who have read at least half the book are

welcome to participate. For the location, at least two days before the

meeting, http://www.vsdc.org/contact.html At this meeting of the VSDC

Book Club

<http://www.vsdc.org/book.html> (http://www.vsdc.org/book.html), we also

vote for two upcoming books.









Singles - Vegetarian Halloween Party

Sat 30 October, 6:30pm

(Arlington VA, four blocks from the East Falls Church orange-line

Metro Station

<http://wmata.com/metrorail/Stations/station.cfm?station=100>)



Singles, join us at Elizabeth's house. There will be a children's

pre-party starting at 5:30. The grown-up party will start at 6:30 and

go until whenever!!! The Halloween theme will be enhanced by

decorations, lights, lanterns, pumpkins, and music. Costumes and

dancing for the adventurous among us is encouraged but optional. You

are welcome to bring vegetarian finger foods and/or beverages if you

wish. No need to bring eating utensils or dishes. There will be

bobbing for apples. You might meet a few of the cats who live there.

Also invited are the Singletarians of the Unitarian Universalist Church

of Arlington <http://uucava.org/Singletarians>. If you would enjoy a

pumpkin-carving party the Friday night before, let her know. To RSVP,

or to ask questions, email Elizabeth as far ahead of time as possible at

[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>. The day of the

party she will be very busy!









Raw Vegan Potluck

Sun 7 November, 4-7pm



Join us for a potluck at a location yet to be determined. Bring only

raw vegan food to share, preferably organic, and your own plate and

utensils with which to eat and serve. For location and other

information, contact Steve Seuser, coordinator of these monthly raw

vegan potlucks <http://www.vsdc.org/raw.html>, at 202-986-7816 or

[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>.

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VegFest DC 2004: Health, Ecology, and Ethics

Sat 23 October, 11 am to 7 pm

14th and U Streets, NW Washington DC

<http://maps.yahoo.com/?addr=2000+14th+NW&csz=20009>



VSDC is excited to sponsor VegFest DC once again, and with the support

of the 14th and U Main Street Initiative <http://14thandu.org/>. It

will take place at the Frank D. Reeves Center, one block west of the U

Street Cardozo Metro Station

<http://wmata.com/metrorail/Stations/station.cfm?station=73>.

Interesting.... I love U St. and the Black Cat and Saint Ex and the Ethiopian joints. I'm gonna pencil this in!
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VegFest

http://www.vsdc.org/vegfest/



Saturday October 23rd 11am - 7pm



Frank D. Reeves Center, 14th and U Streets NW, Washington DC, one block west of the U Street Cardozo Metro Station.



- Speakers on the health, environmental, and ethical aspects of

vegetarianism



- Exhibits by like-minded organizations



- Vendors of veg*n products



- Vegan Food



- Music



- Door Prizes



- FREE

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Life-Affirming Thanksgiving Celebration





Thanksgiving Day, Thursday 25 November 2004, noon to 5pm

http://www.vsdc.org/thanksg.html



Celebrate Thanksgiving Day once again with hundreds of people and enjoy

a gourmet vegan feast at the Hyatt Regency Bethesda in Bethesda MD.

This annual gala event, sponsored each year by VSDC, brings together

vegetarians and non-vegetarians to enjoy life-affirming food in a

wonderful social setting. We receive so many favorable comments about

these events and feel confident that you will leave pleased again this year!



Registration and the social hour starts at noon and the buffet starts

around 1 pm (you must plan to arrive by 1 pm!). Our exciting and

abundant vegan menu features:



* * Appetizers / Soup / Salads*

o Vegetable Crudite

o Roasted Vegetable Saffron Soup

o Garden Salad with Pine Nuts, Avocado, and Raspberry Vinaigrette

o Marinated Vegetable Medley

o Bean Sprouts in Curry Sauce

* * Hot Buffet*

o Roasted Potatoes with Artichoke and Sun Dried Tomatoes

o Butternut Squash Baked with Leeks, Vanilla Bean, and Toasted

Walnuts

o Julienne Vegetables served with Asian Peanut Sauce

o Country Harvest Rice Pilaf Cooked in Homemade Vegetable Stock

o Vegan Stuffing & Gravy

o Hearty Thanksgiving Stuffed Tofu in Ginger Citrus Sauce

o Wild Mushroom Ravioli with Tomato and Fennel Broth

* * Extras*

o Cranberry Sauce

o Rolls and Soy Margarine

* * Dessert*

o Vegan Pumpkin Pie

o Fresh Seasonal Fruit and Berries

* * Beverages*

o Lemonade

o Iced Tea

o Freshly Brewed Starbucks Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, and

Tazo Teas <http://tazo.com>



* Our guest speaker* this year will be Ms. Miyun Park, President of

Compassion Over Killing <http://www.tryveg.com/cfi>. COK is a

Washington DC-based, non-profit, animal advocacy organization that

promotes vegetarian eating as a way to build a kinder world for all of

us, both human and non-human.



The event will again feature: many door prizes, singles tables, family

tables, sign language interpreter and assistive listening devices (if

requested), and non-profit exhibitors. Light background music will fill

the afternoon, and additional socializing time after the meal is

planned. The banquet hall is smoke-free and disabled-accessible. News

media <press.html> may be present, but you may dress casually.



* Reservations are essential; there will be absolutely no walk-in

registration.* The price of the event <tgcalc.html> (postmarked on or

before Monday 1 November) including tax and gratuity, is $43 for VSDC

adult members and $46 for adult non-members. Children 12 and under are

$30; the cost is waived for children under 3. Highchairs are available

upon request. After 1 November, the price is $3 more for adults: $46

for VSDC adult members and $49 for adult non-members. * All

reservations MUST be postmarked by Friday 21 November 2004* If we

receive it by that day, we'll send you a confirmation, by email if you

provide your email address, otherwise by postal mail. To reserve,

please include a phone number and all names along with a check made

payable to VSDC, and mail to: VSDC TG, PO Box 12265, Silver Spring, MD

20908-2265. (Please NOTE this is a special PO box for Thanksgiving).



Please don't delay - sign up immediately and save money. Bring your

family and friends, celebrate, and give thanks on this day in our very

special way!



Kindly consider bringing non-perishable vegan items to be donated to

those in need at the Community of Hope <http://communityOfHopeDC.org> in

DC. If you want to donate a door prize to be raffled during the event,

contact VSDC <contact.html>.



* Transportation:* The Hyatt Regency Bethesda

<http://bethesda.hyatt.com> is in downtown Bethesda Maryland

<http://bethesda.org>, at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue MD-355,

Old Georgetown Road MD-187, and East-West Highway MD-410, southwest

corner. Parking in Bethesda <http://www.dpwt.com/parking/bethesda.htm>

is free on holidays at on-street meters and at county garages. Garage

47 <http://www.dpwt.com/parking/gar47.htm> is across Wisconsin Ave, and

garage 49 <http://www.dpwt.com/parking/gar49.htm> is behind the hotel.

Parking is $7 for the day in the hotel's garage with a pass obtained at

VSDC's registration table. The hotel is on top of the Bethesda Metro

red-line station

<http://wmata.com/metrorail/Stations/station.cfm?station=12> at 7450

Wisconsin Ave <http://maps.yahoo.com?addr=7450+wisconsin+av&csz=20814>.

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Hi! I just moved here, anyone know where to get an unturkey for Thanksgiving? I live in Arlington. Thanks!
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Yes! From My Organic Market



The phone number for the one in Alexandria is (703) 535-5980



::blatant advertizing:: I work for them. Hehe.
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Hi! I just moved here, anyone know where to get an unturkey for Thanksgiving? I live in Arlington. Thanks!

I suspect the Whole Foods in Arlington (Clarendon, specifically) will have something unturkeyish.
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Hey, are there any good veggie events going on in the DC area anytime soon? Im a college kid suffering from a combination of boredom and friends on Atkins. HELP ME. Any veg groups in the area that I could get involved w/? Hell, even just someone who'd like to talk and check out veggie restaurants w/ me would be awesome. Danke.
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