World Vegan Day Festival Planned for Nov. 1

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Yes, there are still a few events taking place in 2020, even when it seems everything has been canceled. One of the bright spots on Nov. 1 will be the World Vegan Day Plant-Based Festival.

The festival is held outside at Gulfstream Park Village – this is the third year – and will require guests to wear masks and keep a distance of 6 feet between visitors. Not a biggie, and it keeps you healthy in other ways as you peruse the latest new deals in food, drink and products.

The festival is free, family-friendly and will run from 11:30 a.m., to 4 p.m. There will be more than 60 vendors there, as well as giveaways, music and contests for kids. The first 500 guests will receive free multi-color stainless-steel reusable straws. 

It’s suggested that if you go, you bring your own reusable water bottle, cup and cutlery. You don’t have to, but this will help cut down on waste, and also helps keep you safe. Vendors will be socially distanced in their booths, along with guests and we’re hoping this is one of the first events to help us find the new semi-normal SoFla season!

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