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Chicago VeganMania Returns to the Broadway Armory

The ninth annual Chicago VeganMania, a celebration of vegan culture, commerce, community, cuisine and couture, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., September 23, at the Broadway Armory. A massive food court with more than 20 food vendors will be serving a wide variety of vegan food for all tastes. Speakers include Toronto Pig Save’s Anita Krajnc, scholar and Sistah Vegan author Dr. A Breeze Harper, physician and author Milton Mills, M.D., and many more.

The event features more than 75 cruelty-free vendors, plus live music featuring folk star Michael Jonathan and many others, discussion panels and cooking demonstrations by NYC Vegan authors, The Vegan Mos. Humane Society of the United States Senior Manager of Food and Nutrition chef Eddie Garza will be giving chef demonstrations in both English and Spanish, in addition to Pie Pie My Darling chef Heather Bodine-Lederman and several others.

Admission is free; $5 donation suggested. Location: 5917 N. Broadway, Chicago. For more information, email ChicagoVeganMania@gmail.com or visit ChicagoVeganMania.com.

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