Veg-out

. April 1, 2014.
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Feed your health and happiness with a tasty trip to VegFest. Metro Detroit's premier vegan taste fest is returning this year for some eco and animal-friendly fun. Join actress, Daryl Hannah, and professional chefs from Detroit Vegan Soul and Ann Arbor's own Jazzy Veggie for presentations, demonstrations, and taste tests. Swing by the food court and choose from a variety of meals, snacks and treats made by local restaurants, bakeries, caterers and food companies. Shop your favorite natural fashions, eco-friendly products, cookbooks and more. Kids will love the food and special children's activities.

Sunday, April 13. 10:30am-5pm. $7 prepaid; $10 admission. Free for children 6 and under. Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Ave., Novi. 877-778-3464. vegmichigan.org 

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