Leading an Ethical Lifestyle Starts at The 3rd Bali Vegan Festival

For the third time, the Bali Vegan Festival will serve up a plate of earth-friendly programs at Paradiso Ubud on October 6 – 8, carrying the mission to inspire people to choose a healthier, compassionate, and ethical lifestyle. The Festival will cook up some workshops and talk-shows with esteemed figures such as James Aspey and Frank Ferrante, as well as yoga classes, raw food cooking classes, documentary screenings, and fashion shows. Entry is free but some discussions, workshops, and other classes might be priced individually. So for all you vegans or vegan-curious, be sure to mark this on your calendar. Click on www.baliveganfestival.com for details.


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