We're starting the year off by celebrating Veganuary!
Presented by Vancouver Vegan Resource Centre and Little Mountain Shop, the Vegan Pop-Up is back—Veganuary Edition!
The Vegan Pop-Up is a collaboration between the VVRC and Little Mountain Shop, which showcases local products and lifestyle brands. From apothecary and apparel, to home goods and delicious treats, the Vegan Pop-Up aims to showcase and support vegan brands, and reiterate the abundance of cruelty-free, plant-based, animal byproduct-free options.
What is Veganuary? It's when folks try going vegan during the month of January.
"For most, a love of animals is the catalyst. Some people want to feel better about themselves and the impact they make on the world. Others would like to set themselves a challenge, and many combine Veganuary with their ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ and see trying vegan as the healthiest start to the year."
The Vegan Pop-Up will be open from January 10-13, 11am-6pm + January 19-20, 12pm-5pm with special programming in the evenings and weekend.
Thursday January 10 - Party!
The Vegan PopUp 2.0 Veganuary Edition: Launch Party
Friday January 11 - Workshop
Zero-Waste Veganize Your Life
Saturday January 12 - Special Guests
1pm-3pm - Pranin Organic
3pm-5pm - Blue Heron Creamery
Sunday January 13 - Special Guests
11am - Companion Bread
1pm-3pm - Urban Leaf Catering
Friday January 18 - Workshop
Vegan Food + Cooking 101 Workshop
Saturday January 19 - Special Guests
12-3pm - Amoda Tea
12-3pm - Buns + Boba
Sunday January 20 - Special Guests
12-3pm - Dipped Doughnut Co.⠀
Vegan Pop-Up Featuring:⠀
Amara Blue Designs
Conscious Cookie Co
The Foodie Books - Vancouver Cookbook Series
High Vibes Apothecary
Peace People Project
Urban Leaf Catering
Vegan Children's Books
Vegan Textiles by Sophie
The VVRC (Vancouver Vegan Resource Centre) is an inclusive community space, where folks can learn about various components about veganism. It welcomes those at all stages of the vegan journey, offering information pertaining to food and cooking, the animal industries, activism and getting involved, health and wellness, and more. The VVRC is comprised of a resource centre, a community library, rotating programmed events, and volunteer/peer support available for visitors. It welcomes those who are at multiple stages of the vegan journey.
Little Mountain Shop and the VVRC acknowledges that they operate on unceded Indigenous land, belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. ⠀
The Vegan Pop-Up has a no-tolerance policy for any prejudice based on gender identification, sexual orientation, cultural and/or racial background, religion, level of ability, and/or financial status.