Date(s) - 11/13/2014 - 09/25/2017
7:00 pm - 6:48 pm
If you are intrigued about the vegan life but worry that it’s expensive, too hard to maintain or just plain cow-hugging weird, join holistic health counselor, author, and longtime vegan, Victoria Moran at Penn State Great Valley on Thursday, November 13. Moran will discuss Main Street Vegan: Eating Green & Loving Life from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Conference Center. The event is free and open to the public. Registration is required at www.gv.psu.edu/events
Being vegan is a glorious adventure. It touches every aspect of my life — my relationships, how I relate to the world,” says Moran, author of 12 books including the Main Street Vegan, which VegNews magazine calls “The Vegan Bible, New Testament,” and whose fans include Russell Simmons and Bill Clinton. Copies of Moran’s bestselling vegan bible, Main Street Vegan will be for sale before and after the talk and Moran will do a book signing at the end of the evening.
Victoria Moran (www.mainstreetvegan.net) is a vegan of thirty years and the author of twelve books, including The Good Karma Diet (2015) and Main Street Vegan. A professional speaker and two-time Oprah guest, Victoria holds the T. Colin Campbell/eCornell Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition and is Director of Main Street Vegan Academy, a 6-day intensive in New York City to train and certify Vegan Lifestyle Coaches and Educators. She also hosts the weekly Main Street Vegan show on Unity Online Radio.