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F R I D AY, J U LY 7

Meet in front of Owen Library PLAY SHOP: COOPERATIVE GAMES (Singles Only) Fun & Friendly: Interactive & Non-Competitive Games — Led by Chip Ballew

President s Room The Veggie Blogoshpere (Learn about weblogs, podcasts and other internet tools/trends useful to vegetarians in organizing and staying informed) —Vance Lehmkuhl

2—4 PM FOOD DEMONSTRATION Heritage Hall C Sensational Seasonal Salads: Versatile, Organic and Affordable —Beverly Lynn Bennett

EXERCISE Meet in front of Owen Library Hiking and Trail Workout: Moderate to Advanced (Please bring water) —John Pierre

2:55—3:55 PM Heritage Hall A Thundering Silence: The Power of Deep Listening (The art of deep listening can profoundly transform both the speaker and the listener. Join us to explore and practice the powerful gift of listening fully and openly) —Jo Stepaniak

4:10—5:10 PM Heritage Hall A Boost Your Brain Power: Lifestyle Strategies for Optimum Brain Health (Learn how to age proof and nurture your brain for peak performance) —Paulette Chandler, MD

Heritage Hall B Diabetes: Diet & Lifestyle Changes to Treat and Cure Diabetes (Part I) Understanding this disease

  • Milton Mills, MD & Roberta Schiff

University Room Justice as a Component of Health (Nutrition, exercise, sleep, mental health, interpersonal relationships, and environment affect our health. Injustice to ourselves and others, including non-human animals, affects health powerfully though not always obviously)

  • David Cantor

Campus Room COMMUNITY OUTREACH: MAKING A DIFFERENCE How to Present the Health Benefits of Vegan Diet in a Fun and Interactive Way to Any Lay Group, Any Age

  • Maribeth Abrams

Scholars Room ALIGNING OUR LIVES WITH OUR VALUES Nutrition as a Career: It's Time to Apply Your Passions to Your Profession

  • Mark Rifkin, MS, RD, LDN

Heritage Hall B Mushrooms: Combining Taste, Culinary and Medicinal Uses

  • Jill Nussinow, MS, RD

University Room Plan to Save Humans

  • Howard Lyman

Campus Room COMMUNITY OUTREACH: MAKING A DIFFERENCE Local Vegetarian Groups: Starting One & Keeping it Alive (Discussion)

  • Amie Hamlin (moderator) Lee J. Ball,

Allison Memmo Geiger & Charles Hershey

Scholars Room The Role of Farmed Animal Sanctuaries in Promoting Animal Liberation and Veganism —Karen Davis, PhD

President s Room Activism of the Human Heart & Spirit: Everyday Rituals for Living a Healthy Life in an Unhealthy World

  • Syndee L’ome Eartheart

2006 VEGETARIAN SUMMERFEST

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ANNUAL CELEBRATION!

Meet in front of Owen Library Everybody is a Winner (Outdoor fun for all ages with cooperative games)

  • Rae Sikora

5—11 PM WEEKEND REGISTRATION Cambria Room C

7:15 PM PLENARY Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center

Piano Prelude

  • Performed by Sabrina Farb & Will Tuttle

Welcome to Weekend Attendees

  • Jennie Kerwood

Inventory of the Earth, Is It Too Late?

  • Howard Lyman (20 min)

Comedy, Cartoons, and Compassion

  • Bizarro creator, Dan Piraro, speaks out for

animals (45 min)

Going Nuts: The Facts On Fats, Nuts, and Oils

  • Jeff Novick, MS, RD, LD (45 min)

9:30 PM GET TOGETHER Cambria Room Time to have fun, meet other attendees and dance to music provided by JukeBox Express Light refreshments available.

9:45 PM or immediately following the plenary session OPEN MIC NIGHT Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center Hosted by Roberta Schiff Come join us for comed , music and possibly some surprises. Would you like to be part of the show? Sign up in advance (required) at the NAVS Info Desk.

Please visit our exhibitors & the NAVS bookstore

9:40—11 PM EVENING SKY WATCHING Parking Lot West Of Biddle Hall

  • Led by Robert Victor

(See separate schedule at NAVS Info Desk for details)

10 PM SINGLES WEEKEND ICEBREAKER Chaser s Lounge Student Union Weekenders come join this year’s Summer-fest Singles Community. A low- risk event:no soul-bearing or high-pressure games. Basic introductions & discussion & review of upcoming Singles activities. Followed by optional stroll around campus.

  • Led by Karen Schiltz & Nicole Fordyce

S AT U R D AY, J U LY 8

4:00—4:45 AM PREDAWN SKY WATCHING Meet in front of Owen Library

  • Led by Robert Victor

(See separate schedule at NAVS Info Desk for details)

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

6:15—7:15 AM EXERCISE Meet at the soccer field Boot Camp: Sports and Conditioning for all Fitness Levels —John Pierre

6:45—7:15 AM EXERCISE 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

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 – approx. 3 mi.) —John Bolus

6:45—7:30 AM LEISURELY BIRD & WILDFLOWER WALK Meet in front of Owen Library

  • Led by Robert Victor

2006 VEGETARIAN SUMMERFEST

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ANNUAL CELEBRATION!

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