Archive for September, 2006

Whole Foods Market (Los Altos) Now Open

Monday, September 25th, 2006

Gillyflower Vegetarian (Cupertino) Now open

Monday, September 25th, 2006

New Companion Animal Sitting Service

Thursday, September 21st, 2006

Long time activist Emily Ziebell has started a Companion Animal Sitting Service covering Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville.

Gillyflower Vegetarian (Cupertino) Opening Soon

Monday, September 18th, 2006

Opening Soon (end of September) Gillyflower Vegetarian in Cupertino.

Veg Guide – SF Otsu

Sunday, September 17th, 2006

Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide is now available in San Francisco at Little Otsu!

Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide is the print version of our popular database of vegetarian foods & services, known as the Ultimate Guide. When you’re trekking through the Bay Area, or just want veg food information handy in your car or bike, Vegetarian Bay Area is a great companion chock-full of information.

* 88 packed pages
* 90+ local veg and vegan restaurants
* 70+ natural food stores

* 200+ veg/vegan friendly restaurants
* Quick reference San Francisco Map
* Indexed by Location as well as Alphabetically
* Covers the entire Bay Area and beyond
* Recommendations – Best Places to dine
* Tips For Ordering Vegan at Non-Veg Restaurants
* Hours, Parking, Transit information

So, visit Little Otsu and check out Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide.

Also, new from Little Otsu is a 2007 Calendar by SF vegan artist Jennie Smith. Also see a temporary instillation of a 7 foot tall orca by another vegan artist and SF resident, Bert Bergen. All at Little Otsu, 849 Valencia Street, www.littleotsu.com

You can also purchase Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide online and at our info booth at selected events & fairs.

Our next event is Sunday, Effective Communication for Veg*nism and our next fair is World Farm Animals Day, 10/1 in San Mateo.

New Updates

Monday, September 11th, 2006

Jyun Kang Vegetarian Restaurant – City of Ten Thousand Buddhas – Ukia/Talmage

Banana Leaf – Milpitas

Whole Foods Market – Mill Valley

BAV News – September 2006

Friday, September 1st, 2006

http://www.bayareaveg.org/newsletters/BAV-News-Sep2006.htm

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Ultimate Guide Contest & Prizes

Friday, September 1st, 2006

Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate GuideThere are currently 973 reviews in the Ultimate Guide. To celebrate the approaching milestone of 1000 reviews, we will be giving away a few “Vegetarian Bay Area: The Ultimate Guide” books.

Central to this contest is posting a review in the Ultimate Guide. Here’s how we’ll be giving away the books

Book #1: randomly selected review submitted by 9/15 (each review is one entry)
Book #2: randomly selected review submitted between 9/16 and 9/30 (each review is one entry)
Book #3: 1000th review
Book #4: Editor’s choice – favorite review ever submitted

Fine print: We will notify winners via their registered email address. Limit one prize per household. No cost to participate.

For more info on posting a review, please see below link

http://www.bayareaveg.org/blog/2006/08/07/ultimate_guide_reviews

Note – reviews must be posted in the Ultimate Guide to be eligible for entry.

Help needed with online posts (reliable people only)

Friday, September 1st, 2006

Bay Area Vegetarians is the awesome non-profit that manages this website and the mailing lists SFBAVEG and SFBAVEG-EVENTS.

We really need reliable help with online promotion.

Online promotion means posting event & activity notices on Craigslists and other online calendars. (Text will be provided.)

Reliable means – you’re passionate about promoting veganism, passionate about Bay Area Veg and our model of Community, Advocacy, Resources & Education, and when you say you have time to help, you really will make time to help.

Help means a commitment of 1-2 hours a week, and I’m looking for someone who will help for 6-9 months. You’ll need basic computer savvy or willingess to learn on your own, and with good communication skills over email.

And, I cannot stress the importance of only applying if you are a reliable individual. Sorry to have to be so stern about this, but I always get people responding to this type of plea for help, but then they never follow through, for whatever reason.

Bay Area Vegetarians has a small dedicated core group of volunteers that make our events happen. An even smaller core group is dedicated to the administrative aspects of Bay Area Veg. If you can help us, please email Tammy.