LUBBOCK, TX (NEWS RELEASE) - Hub City Veg Community and the West Texas Growers & Producers Association (WTGPA) present the Vegan New Year's Potluck. This event will feature plant-based dishes for all individuals interested in trying new foods, eating a more plant-based diet, or making new friends. The event is free and open to all ages. You do not have to be vegan to attend. All food brought to the event must be vegan. The event details are listed below:
Saturday, January 14th from 5 to 7 pm
4843 W. 50th St, Lubbock, TX 79414
Hub City Veg Community is a new non-profit organization that provides social and educational resources for living a vegan lifestyle in the South Plains region. They provide a welcoming space for vegans and omnivores alike, and advocate for the availability of vegan options in Lubbock and the surrounding area to ensure that anyone, regardless of sex, gender, race, class, religion, age, education level, or sexual orientation is able to live by their own ethical beliefs, as well as environmental and health concerns.
The WTGPA is a body of farmers, producers, restaurateurs, mobile vendors, businesses and consumers aligned with the idea that West Texas is a great place to raise and grow, live and thrive, as well as, work and play. Their mission is to unite local produce growers and food producers from around West Texas, with the idea that we are all committed to offering good tasting, high quality, healthy local foods and products through honest, hardworking means that strengthen our industry, educate our community, feed our customers and expand each member's ability to grow, prosper and succeed for the benefit of members and consumers alike.
(News release from the Hub City Veg Community and the West Texas Growers & Producers Association )
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