Tri-Valley Vegetarian Music Lecture Event


The event is from 5-7:30 p.m. March 20. Join us for an evening of original piano music and lecture with on Dr. Tuttle's uplifting book, "The World Peace Diet" as he speaks about passion and compassion for a new world. Donation $10-$15. Call 989-1811 or visit www.ThriveHolistic.com/vegsociety.html.


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Posted by PW Reader
a resident of Birdland
on Mar 19, 2010 at 10:41 am

Well, this headline made me laugh!! "Tri-Valley Vegetarian Music Lecture Event." Music has gone vegetarian now?!? I guess no songs extolling the virtues of MEAT. Or this event will have only music singing the praises of veggies--yet it's hard to find something to rhyme with "broccoli." In any case, I hope you have a fun event!

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Posted by Kyra
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Mar 19, 2010 at 5:53 pm

My young son, because he loves animals, has been a vegetarian for several years. Because of his example, I rarely eat meat, but I slip sometimes.
When I do even a few seconds research on the way animals are treated and killed on factory farms, it is overwhelmingly sad.
Besides that, meat is not 'green'. It's 'manufacture' produces a great deal of pollution.
Where is this event taking place?

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