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Celebrate Compassion

Twin Cities Veg Fest 2017 will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., on September 9, at Como Park, in St. Paul. The festival is for anyone and everyone—from omnivores to vegetarians and vegans, and features a wide variety of exhibitors, speakers and demos. Enjoy free food samples, delicious vegan cuisine, fun cooking demos and insightful presentations.

Twin Cities Veg Fest is a project of Compassionate Action for Animals where they encourage people to cultivate empathy for animals and move toward a plant-based diet.

This is the first year the festival will be held outdoors allowing more people to attend.

Cost: Free. Location: 1199 Midway Pkwy., St. Paul. For more information, call 612-276-2242 email or visit

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