Bergen VegFest - Vestlandets Vegetariske Festival 2024
|Det Akademiske Kvarter (20 Apr 2024)
Join Western Norway's only VegFest and celebrate tasty veggie foods with us! There will be mouth-watering food waiting for you - we can promise that it'll be hard to decide what to eat!
Moreover, you can look forward to cooking classes where you can learn from the best to prepare delicious veggie foods… and taste them!
You will also have the chance to learn more about plant-based foods and their advantages for the environment and your health as well as about animal welfare. Have a chat with dedicated NGOs or listen to interesting talks held by knowledgeable speakers.
Bergen VegFest is a festival for the whole family! And don't forget to invite your friends! Everyone who likes good food is welcome!
The ticket includes entrance to Bergen VegFest, entrance to the cooking class, presentations, activities for children, tastings and an awesome place to be with fantastic people!
Find out more about the stalls, the program and volunteering opportunities at www.vegfest.no
Bergen VegFest - Vestlandets Vegetariske Festival 2024 is supported by Bergen municipality.
About the organiser:
Bergen VegFest is organised by the non-profit organisation Grønn Framtid. Grønn Framtid works towards a more just food system - for humans, animals and the planet. Read more about Bergen VegFest at www.vegfest.no Read more about Grønn Framtid at www.gronn-framtid.no
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