THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED!!
Sunday, July 19, 2015
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Enjoy Gravity’s Outdoor Garden!
Reservations are Necessary
‘The Good Karma Diet’ With Bestselling Author
Presentation & Booksigning
6:45 – 8:30 pm
Reservations are Necessary/Seating is Limited
Please arrive on time.
Gravity East Village
515 East 5 Street
BTW: Avenue A & Avenue B
Keypad: 104 ‘Bell’ Symbol Button
Fee: $20 INCLUDES A COPY OF THE GOOD KARMA DIET!
RSVP Email- email@example.com or call 212 388 9788.
PLEASE SUPPLY YOUR FULL NAME & PHONE # & IF ATTENDING BOTH POTLUCK AND/OR PRESENTATION.
Children and pets are not permitted due to limited space.
POTLUCK WILL BE CANCELLED IF THERE IS RAIN.
PRESENTATION IS ON RAIN OR SHINE INSIDE.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
Please bring a raw food dish that many people can sample. Consider that at least 12 people will have a spoonful of your offering of fruit, salad, blended soup, beverage, raw nut pate, and raw desserts. Please be generous.
There are no sinks available for washing your bowls. We will supply plates, utensils, and paper towels etc.
Feel Free To Invite A Friend!
Victoria Moran will give a Presentation and Book Signing!Receive your Free Copy Of The Good Karma Diet with your admission.Get the glow, make peace with food and weight, and live long without growing old in this content-rich and humor-packed presentation from 30-year vegan and obesity survivor Victoria Moran. You’ll learn to nourish your body with fresh, colorful foods that honor the earth, respect her creatures, and give your 40 trillion cells the life force energy they’ve craved all along.
Victoria Moran BIO
Victoria Moran (www.mainstreetvegan.net) is a vegan of three decades and an obesity survivor. She is a sought-after speaker and the bestselling author of twelve books including Main Street Vegan, Creating a Charmed Life, and new this year, The Good Karma Diet: Eat Gently, Feel Amazing, Age in Slow Motion, celebrating fresh, colorful foods. Her books have fans ranging from Michael Moore to Ellen Degeneres, and she was featured twice on Oprah. Her articles have appeared in Yoga Journal, Woman’s Day, Vegetarian Times, VegNews, Mothering, and Ladies’ Home Journal.
Known for combining the ethical, spiritual, and health aspects of enlightened vegan living, Moran hosts of the weekly Main Street Vegan podcast; directs Main Street Vegan Academy, an exciting in-person program in NYC to train and certify vegan lifestyle coaches; and she’s co-screenwriter of Miss Liberty, a feature film in pre-production about a cow who escapes from a slaughterhouse. Follow her on Twitter @Victoria_Moran and on Facebook at Main Street Vegan.