social groups

July Social Group Events

Social Dinner Group The Social Dinner Group will meet at Jean’s Vegetarian Kitchen on Saturday, July 18th at 7 pm (1262 Danforth Avenue). Join them for lively conversation and delicious food. Please RSVP to by the Wednesday before the event. Seating is limited. York Region Vegetarian Families Join them at Wishing Well Animal Sanctuary in Bradford on Saturday, July 27th from 11 am to noon to visit with rescued farm animals. RSVP to Veggie Drinks The Veggie Drinks Group is getting together on Saturday, July 13th at 6 pm. Location TBD! Click here to visit their Facebook page and find out more. East End Vegetarians On Wednesday, August 7th at 7 PM the East End Vegetarians are meeting at the Mumbai House Restaurant (1698 Queen St. East, at Kingston Rd). Please contact Susan at by Monday, August 5th to RSVP. Durham Veg The Durham Veg Group has two events coming up in August! A dinner at Jasmine Garden (10 Meadowglen Drive in Whitby), Durham’s only vegetarian restaurant on Wednesday, August 7th at 6:30 pm. RSVP by Monday, August 5th. Sunday, August 18th at 3 pm they’ll also be holding a… Read More

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A Tribute to Anne Dozell

In honour of her birthday on June 24th, we take time today to remember former Toronto Vegetarian Association board member Anne Dozell, who sadly passed away at Markham Stouffville Hospital on June 7, 2012 at the age of 71. In addition to serving on the TVA board, Anne co-founded the DurhamVeg Group, co-authored TVA’s popular “Tastes of Toronto” cookbook and wrote for several other TVA publications, including frequent articles in Lifelines. Anne worked tirelessly to serve the GTA’s vegetarian community as one of TVA’s chief social event organizers during the 1980s and early 1990s. She is most remembered for her “Getting Started” tutorials, her “Ask Letty” advice column in Lifelines [“Letty” being short for “Lettuce”], her outreach visits and her supermarket scrutiny. Her friends at the Toronto Vegetarian Association fondly recall her energy and her infectious laugh. She was always seeking ways to make veganism more attractive to the common omnivore. While the TVA misses Anne greatly, her memory and activism live on through the growing list of social groups which exist today, and we thank her for planting that seed at the Toronto Vegetarian Association. Read More

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