Vegetarian Society of DC

 
 
Welcome to the Vegetarian Society of DC!
 
The Vegetarian Society of the District of Columbia (VSDC) promotes the benefits of vegetarianism through educational, community-building, and social activities throughout the DC metro area. We welcome people wherever they are on the path to an all-plant (vegan) diet.
DC VegFest 2014
DC VegFest: a free, all-vegan festival celebrating the city’s diverse palate for animal-friendly cuisine and the many benefits of an all-plant diet. Featuring speakers, cooking demonstrations, free food samples, and about 100 exhibitors, commercial vendors and food vendors, the DC VegFest has something for everyone to enjoy! Founded by VSDC and organized by COK.
VSDC events are open to all members and non-members, vegetarians, vegans, future vegetarians, casual vegetarians, and all others but we encourage you to join us to support vegetarian living in the DC area.

VSDC members receive our award-winning quarterly newsletter, VSDC News, and receive valuable discounts at many area restaurants and other businesses through our VSDC GreenRewards®  Discount Program. Welcome to our newest GreenRewards® members: breathe bookstore cafe in funky Hampden (Baltimore) MD; and Mark Rifkin, MS, RD, LDN, of Preventive Nutrition Services. And a special welcome back to The Vegetable Garden who recently reopened their doors in Silver Spring, MD!

If you are looking for someone to speak about the benefits of vegetarianism at an event, consider our
Speakers' Bureau.

VSDC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is governed by an all-volunteer elected Board of Directors. Additional volunteers perform much of the work of VSDC. Donations are gladly accepted.
Join the The Washington DC Area Vegan Meetup Group

See photos from:

VSDC Thanksgiving (Nov 2013)

DC VegFest (Sept 2013)

Other VSDC events
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Founded in 1927, VSDC is the nation's oldest continuously operating vegetarian society.
VSDC. Creating communities. For your health, the animals, and the planet.

Last modified: March 28, 2014 01:13 PM