Begun in 1941 and billed as LA's longest-running single-day vegan tradition, the Vegan Thanksgiving Day Potluck Picnic will be held in Rancho Park at 11:00 am on Thursday, November 24. Opening circle begins at noon.
Here's the details from their website:
To find the group, either follow your nose, or make a right (if you are coming from Pico) into the very first entrance and drive all the way back and park Walk to the picnic tables across the grass, (not right next to the parking area)
Bring a vegan dish to share, with a notecard labeling the ingredients, and also with the serving utensil it needs Also bring your own washable, reusable, plate, cup, utensils, napkin, etc.
Bring musical instruments if you might like to play Bring frisbees, balls, and other park play items You may bring well behaved dogs on leashes
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