The National Capital Vegetarian Association (NCVA) invites everyone to fulfil two great passions—food and animals—at the inaugural Ottawa Veg Ball on Dec. 10.
It will be an event unlike any other held in Ottawa, demonstrating that it’s fully possible to have
a great time and raise money to help animals, all the while enjoying mouth-watering vegan cuisine which will be generously provided by sponsors including B.Goods, Auntie Loos, and more.
So dig out your classiest clothes (but please, leave the animal pelts at home) and prepare yourself for an unforgettable evening of hors d’oeuvres, dance (featuring DJ Sweet Cheeks) and laughter at Ottawa Veg Ball, where animals will be in everyone’s hearts but not on the menu.
The event takes place in December 10, 2011, from 8:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at the Montgomery Legion, 330 Kent Street (upper floor). Space is limited to 150 people, so reserve your spot quickly!
Reservations can be made through the NCVA website, at NCVA events, or at the door.
Admission is $20 for NCVA members, seniors and students and $25 for non-members. Actual tickets will not be issued; rather, a list of pre-paid attendees will be formed and used at the door.
All ages are welcome, and alcohol will be available for purchase with ID to those who are 19+ (profits from alcohol sales stay with the venue, not to the selected charities). Bring your toonies, so you don’t miss the opportunity to participate in the Veg Ball raffle to win some fantastic prizes.
For more information, visit www.ncva.ca, and follow the blog or Facebook for updates.
Who: Put on by the National Capital Vegetarian Association
What: Ottawa Veg Ball
When: Dec. 10, 2011, at 8:30 p.m.
Where: Montgomery Legion (downtown)
Why: To have a good time, and raise funds for two worthy charities.