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The Vegan Expo returns to Christchurch

Thursday, September 9, 2021   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: nutrition, sustainability, event

The Christchurch Vegan Expo has now been postponed until 23rd January 2022 due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

Fill up on fabulous vegan food and products when the Christchurch Vegan Expo returns this November! All welcome.

The Expo is back with dozens of stalls offering wonderful vegan, eco-friendly and cruelty-free food and products, plus inspiring films, speakers, and cooking demonstrations at Haere-roa - the UCSA's beautiful river-side venue at the University of Canterbury.

Date: Sunday 7th November 2021.
Time: 10am to 4pm.
Location: Haere-roa at the University of Canterbury (90 Ilam Road).
Cost: $5 per person online now. $6 on the door. Under 17s free.

Find out more about the Christchurch Vegan Expo, including how to book your tickets.

Note: The Expo will only happen during COVID-19 Alert Level 1. If the event has to be cancelled, refunds will be issued to anyone who has purchased tickets.

Our last expo was a scrumptious plant-based food and lifestyle extravaganza (despite the rain!) and this year's Expo promises no less.

Originally launched in 2007 as the Vegetarian Expo, this inspiring annual food and lifestyle event has continued to demonstrate growth and popularity for 14 years now.

Attendance has continued to increase every year, attracting a diverse cross-section of the community. The thousands who attend include those who are curious to learn more about cruelty-free alternatives to meat, eggs and dairy products, as well as vegetarians, vegans and allergy sufferers.

Follow the Christchurch Vegan Expo on Facebook.

More about the Christchurch Vegan Society

The Christchurch Vegan Society is a registered charity that organises events and groups for our community such as the annual Vegan Expo, Vegan Camp, the Vegan Ball, the monthly Vegan Night Mākete (market), restaurant meals and pot lucks.

We also have groups like Team Vegan and Veggie Puffs - one of Christchurch’s longest running GLBTQIA groups, send out a fortnightly newsletter, run social media, offer talks to schools and community groups, and advocate for our community.

We welcome all who are interested in cruelty-free, environmentally-friendly plant-based living - whether they are vegan, vegetarian or neither.

Find out more about the Christchurch Vegan Society.