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Madison Vegan Festival

A University of Wisconsin-Madison student is organizing a vegan food festival.

Hannah West, a music-education student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with the help of the nonprofit Alliance for Animals, is organizing Mad City Vegan Fest, a vegan food festival. The event, which will take place on June 19, will have food samples, vegan meals for sale, cooking demonstrations, children’s activities, a raffle, an after-party, and more. “It’s for people who want to support a grassroots effort and a new, exciting Madison tradition; people who love food; people who love animals; and people looking for something different to do on Father’s Day,” West tells examiner.com. All proceeds from the free event will fund future Mad City Vegan Fest events.

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