Toronto Cow Save's Earth Week Festival

Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 16:00 to 20:00

Location: Runnymede Park, 221 Ryding Ave, Toronto ON

Date &Time: Saturday, April 20, 12-4 pm.

Admission: Free. All welcome.

Toronto - Join Toronto Cow Save (TPS) on Saturday, April 20 from 1-4 pm at Runnymede Park for our first Earth Week Festival. We have an exciting program lined up full of fun for the entire family:

Come to Runnymede park and enjoy free Torfurky dogs and veggie burgers, lots of delicious vegan deserts, face painting, animal artwork, and a host of free workshops, including vegan cooking with Kristen Bethel of Know thy Food (http://www.veggiecookingclasses.com ), a yoga class, a video workshop with Michael Sizer ( www.msizer.ca ), a photography workshop with Iven Simonetti (www.iveno.de), and a dance and workshop featuring Dr. Samita Nandy (http://samitanandy.com/Biography.htm .)

(For more details about each presentation please see the attached flyer.)

Toronto Cow Save is a dedicated group of animal justice supporters who hold weekly vigils to bear witness of cows' suffering at Toronto's two cow slaughterhouses: St. Helen's and Ryding-Regency Meat Packers on Glen Scarlett Road. W. We are now extending our outreach to the communities affected by the presence of the slaughterhouses, including the neighboring civilians and employees of the plants.

See our recent video footage of cows suffering in transport trucks as they await to be unloaded and of TCS members bearing witness:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eU3aM7OW9S8

Toronto Cow Save is a sister organization of Toronto Pig Save... Together, we hold three vigils and vegan outreach events each week, all year round.

Runnymede Park
221 Ryding Ave
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 40' 8.598" N, 79° 28' 41.034" W
Ontario CA
Anita Krajnc

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