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Next NCVA Potluck on March 18, 2018!

Please join the National Capital Vegetarian Association at our next vegan potluck for dinner on Sunday, March 18, 2018! Set-up starts at 4:30 pm, and the potluck itself runs from 5:00 to 7:00 pm (please try to come a bit earlier than 5 pm so that you can set out your dish!). The potluck will be held in the party room at 101 Richmond Rd in Ottawa.

Please note that the room capacity is 30 people. Please be aware that there have been changes in how much it costs to attend: to attend the potluck, it is now FREE for NCVA members, FREE for all children (whether they are a member or not) (accompanied by an adult), and $5 for non-member adults to attend. You can purchase an NCVA membership ($20/year) online, or at the potluck, in order to have the $5 fee waived. All are welcome!

Please bring a vegan dish (that is, containing no meat, eggs, dairy/cheese, honey, or any other animal product) that serves 5 (or more) people, along with a serving utensil and a list of the ingredients in your dish. And don’t forget to bring your own plate, cutlery, and beverage!

Hope you can make it!

There is no need to RSVP in order to attend, but if you want to RSVP/share the event with your friends on Facebook, you can find the Facebook event page here.

NCVA December Potluck on 17 December 2017 at Noon!

Please join the National Capital Vegetarian Association at our next vegan potluck on December 17, 2017! This potluck is for lunch, and it runs from 12:00 to 2:00 pm.  Just like last time, the potluck will be held at the new location— the party room at 101 Richmond Rd in Ottawa.

Please note that the room capacity is 30 people. To attend the potluck, it costs $2 for NCVA members, $3 for non-members, and $1 for children to attend. All are welcome!

Please bring a vegan dish (that is, containing no meat, eggs, dairy/cheese, honey, or any other animal product) that serves 5 people, along with a serving utensil and a list of the ingredients in your dish. And don’t forget to bring your own plate, cutlery, and beverage!

Hope you can make it!

There is no need to RSVP in order to attend, but if you want to RSVP/share the event with your friends on Facebook, you can find the Facebook event page here.

The NCVA’s Vegan Potluck for August!

Please join the National Capital Vegetarian Association at our next vegan potluck on August 12, 2017! The potluck runs from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Just like the last couple of times, the potluck will be held at the new location— the party room at 101 Richmond Rd in Ottawa. Please note that the room capacity is 30 people. It costs $2 for NCVA members, $3 for non-members, and $1 for children to attend. All are welcome!

Please bring a vegan dish (that is, containing no meat, eggs, dairy/cheese, honey, or any other animal product) that serves 5 people, along with a serving utensil and a list of the ingredients in your dish. And don’t forget to bring your own plate, cutlery, and beverage!

Hope you can make it!

You can find Facebook event page by clicking here.

 

Next NCVA Potluck on June 24th, 2017

Please join the National Capital Vegetarian Association at our next vegan potluck on June 24, 2017! The potluck runs from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Just like last time, the potluck will be held at the new location— the party room at 101 Richmond Rd in Ottawa. Please note that the room capacity is 30 people. It costs $2 for NCVA members, $3 for non-members, and $1 for children to attend. All are welcome!

Please bring a vegan dish (that is, containing no meat, eggs, dairy/cheese, honey, or any other animal product) that serves 5 people, along with a serving utensil and a list of the ingredients in your dish. And don’t forget to bring your own plate, cutlery, and beverage!

Hope you can make it!

You can find Facebook event page by clicking here.

 

Join us at our next potluck on April 29, 2017!

Please join the National Capital Vegetarian Association at our next vegan potluck on April 29, 2017! The potluck runs from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. This time, the potluck will be held at a different locationthe party room at 101 Richmond Rd in Ottawa. Please note that the room capacity is 30 people.  It costs $2 for NCVA members, $3 for non-members, and $1 for children to attend. All are welcome!

Please bring a vegan dish (that is, containing no meat, eggs, dairy/cheese, honey, or any other animal product) that serves 5 people, along with a serving utensil and a list of the ingredients in your dish. And don’t forget to bring your own plate, cutlery, and beverage!

Hope you can make it!

NCVA December Vegan Potluck

Hello everyone! Mark your calendars– on December 10, 2016 (just over a week from today!), we will be holding our next vegan potluck. The potluck runs from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Jack Purcell Community Centre in Ottawa. It costs $2 for NCVA members, $3 for non-members, and $1 for children to attend. All are welcome!

Please bring a vegan dish (that is, containing no meat, eggs, dairy/cheese, honey, or any other animal product) that serves 5 people, along with a serving utensil and a list of the ingredients in your dish. And don’t forget to bring your own plate, cutlery, and beverage!

These details can also be found on this event’s Facebook Event page.

Hope you can make it!

Recent social hullabaloo at the NCVA

Don’t you just love that word… hullabaloo? It sounds like an exotic vegan dish that creates a lot of fuss. I’m into it, as I’m sure were the attendees at the past pub night at the Arrow & Loon in the Glebe (Thurs. May 12) and the NCVA monthly potluck (Sat. May 14), an event to say farewell to the Jack Purcell Community Centre location. While, truth be told, we had a slightly smaller turnout at both events compared to previous similar events, the atmosphere was pleasantly intimate and conversation was overflowing. Indeed, the pub night peeps conversed passionately about interesting issues relevant to themselves, their lives, and particularly vegetarianism and animal rights. Similar interesting tidbits of conversation were snatched up by my prying ears at the potluck dinner. Among the diners were familiar and new faces, and the food at the event was excellent (although that goes without saying). What a great way to share a hearty vegan meal with friends for only $1 for members (and $3 for the rest of ya)! In my NCVA-induced reverie, I foolishly neglected to snap any photos at either event and in consequence, I have nothing to show of it, except my word that good times were had. Anyway, no one uses the word hullabaloo without meaning it.

See you at the next one?