Spring Semester General Interest meetings
What: Come learn the history and current campaigns of the only Syracuse
University based animal protection organization and learn how to get
involved! Help organize events such as potlucks, bakesales, protests and animal rescue/fostering. RSVP for, and chat about this event here: http://www.facebook.com/events/264589133619827/
When: Tuesdays from 7pm-8pm *Note: there will be no meeting during Spring Break on Tuesday March 13th
So, March 6th, 20th, and 27th, April 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th, May 1st and 8th.
Where: Room 110 Marshall Hall on Suny- ESF campus( literally a zero minute walk from S.U. campus) You can find a map of ESF campus here: http://www.esf.edu/maps/esfperspective.htm

“Peaceable Kingdom” Screening and Vegan Ice Cream Sundae Bar
Join Syracuse Animal Rights Organization and the ESF Insomniacs to host our 6th annual vegan Ice Cream Social! Enjoy some of seven plus gallons of organic, fair trade vegan ice cream(soy, nut and gluten free options available) topped with sprinkles, chocolate syrup, berries, candy bars and more while watching Peaceable Kingdom, a documentary about rescued farm animals the people who rescued them.
Watch the film’s trailer here: http://www.peaceablekingdomfilm.org/
RSVP for this event here: http://www.facebook.com/events/375267589164610/
This event is free and open to the public- ESF, S.U. and non-students are welcome to attend.
When: Friday, March 23rd from 10pm-2am
Where: Nifkin Lounge, which is is the basement of Marshall Hall on SUNY ESF campus in Syracuse, NY. You can find a map of the ESF campus here: http://www.esf.edu/maps/esfperspective.htm

Meatout vegan food sample giveaway
What: Stop by to get your free sample of a tofurky sandwich, handouts with great recipes, and a chance to win and iPad 2!
Meatout is an international observance hosted by the Farm Animal Rights Movement, and Syracuse will be just one of hundreds of events around the country happening on the same day. The purpose is to expose the public to the joys and benefits of a plant-based diet, while promoting the availability and selection of meat and dairy alternatives in mainstream grocery stores, restaurants, and catering operations. Visitors are asked to “kick the meat habit on March 20 (first day of spring) and explore a wholesome, nonviolent diet of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.”
When: Tuesday, March 20th from 10am-2pm
Where: The information tables located in the front foyer in Marshall Hall on SUNY-ESF campus. ( literally a zero minute walk from S.U. campus)

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