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S AT U R D AY, J U LY 8

Scholars Room ALIGNING OUR LIVES WITH OUR VALUES Advancing Vegetarianism Through Food Related Skills & Careers

  • Maribeth Abrams (moderator), Beverly Lynn Bennett, Fran Costigan and Jill Nussinow.

President s Room Time for Agricultural Colleges to Stop Teaching for the Flesh, Milk & Egg Industries (How we all enable these schools to promote animal-based diets through animal breeding, raising & slaughter courses. Join the campaign to cut those classes) —David Cantor

Board Room Nutrition for Infants and Young Children

  • Myriam Parham, RD, LD, DLN, CDE

Meet in front of Owen Library PLAY SHOP: RELEASE STRESS, AVOID BURNOUT (Learn Fun Skill Toys, Learn to Juggle & Flip Stix) — Led by Chip Ballew

5:30—7:45 PM FA R E W E L L D I N N E R (Serving until 7 PM) MUSIC by John Bolus

8—9:30 PM ENTERTAINMENT Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center

Musical Prelude Solos by Sabrina Farb, Rebecca Barnett & Vance Lehmkuhl

A Vocal Performance by Sarah Schlueter-Eisman

Puppet Revolution presents: The David Lettuceman Show with special guests Super Carrot, Tempeh the pig and surprise guests. Also featuring stupid human tricks. Performed by Cind , Lee J. and Spencer Ball

ALIVE! Piano solo performed by Will Tuttle

Meghan Kelly and the Summerfest Kids’ Circus Act

Improv Cartooning with Dan Piraro and Vance Lehmkuhl

CONCERT PERFORMANCE by James Christensen James, an impressive self-taught guitarist, exhibits a range that defies easy categoriza- tion. Lyrically and melodically driven, his songs explore familiar themes from unfamiliar angles, attempting to pin down the truths that hold us all together.

9:45—11:30 PM EVENING SOCIAL Heritage Hall Living Learning Center It’s our last night together, so you won’t want miss this chance to mingle and see the new friends you’ve made this week. Musicians bring your instruments for an impromptu jam session. Light refreshments available.

9:40—11 PM E V E N I N G S K Y WAT C H I N G Parking Lot West Of Biddle Hall

  • Led by Robert Victor

(See separate schedule at NAVS Info Desk for details)

10 PM SINGLES CLOSING Chaser s Lounge Student Union We’ll close our Singles Community this year with one final get together, to chat & walk

  • Led by Karen Schiltz & Nicole Fordyce

2006 VEGETARIAN SUMMERFEST

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ANNUAL CELEBRATION!

S U N D AY, J U LY 9

6—6:40 AM EXERCISE Meet in front of Owen Library Heavy Hands Exercise Session (10 min) followed by a Group Run/Jog (easy pace; approximately 3 miles) —John Bolus

6—7:30 AM YOGA University Room/LLC (You may want to bring a blanket or towel)

  • Reagan Bongiorno

6:15—7:15 AM EXERCISE Terrace Room/LLC Total Body Toning (Low impact cardio toning with bands & stretching)

  • Nicole Fordyce

6:45—7:15 AM BIRDING BY EAR Meet in Front of Owen Library (Identify birds by their song)

  • Led by Scott Geiger

Lobby Living Learning Center Chinese Wand Exercise: This Ancient Practice is Stimulating, Gentle & Safe (You may want to bring a towel or blanket)

  • John Bolus

8:30—9:30 AM Heritage Hall A Heart Disease Prevention (How to avoid or reverse heart disease in our toxic social environment is a skill everyone should know. Inflammation is the key ingredient in heart disease. Diet, exercise, and stress management are the hoses for cooling the fire within) —Paulette Chandler, MD

Heritage Hall B Eat More, Lose More (Weight)

  • Leslie Van Romer, DC

Scholars Room Animal Cognition/Sentience as Public Educational Strategies ?

  • Karen Davis, PhD

President s Room Tabling and "Hands On" Ideas That Have an Impact (These ideas have been used to promote healthier school foods, but they can be used to promote good nutrition in general to children and adults)

  • Amie Hamlin

Board Room An Historical Overview of Vegetarian Rawfoodism (Exploring anthropology, ancient mythology and history to find out if rawfoodism is just the latest fad diet, or is it a lifestyle that goes back to the earliest hominids) —Rynn Berry

9:45—10:45 AM Heritage Hall A STOPPING CANCER BEFORE IT STARTS

  • Michael Greger, MD

Heritage Hall B Health Foods Vs Healthy Foods: How Can You Tell The Difference

  • Jeff Novick, MS, RD, LD

University Room Best Government Money can Buy

  • Howard Lyman

Campus Room ALIGNING OUR LIVES WITH OUR VALUES How Talents & Careers Can be Used to Advance Vegetarianism

  • Vance Lehmkuhl (moderator), Dan Piraro,

Rae Sikora & Will Tuttle, PhD

University Room Are Humans Designed to Eat Meat

  • 2006 (Part II) —Milton Mills, MD

Campus Room Veganism as Direct Action: The Vegetarian Movement’s Antidote to Violent Advocacy

  • Lee Hall, JD

2006 VEGETARIAN SUMMERFEST

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Scholars Room COMMUNITY OUTREACH: MAKING A DIFFERENCE Running Veg Campaigns (It's fun... it's easy... it matters... Make new friends while helping animals, protecting the environment and promoting good health) —Dawn Moncrief

ANNUAL CELEBRATION!

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