BAVeg Book Clubs update

Bay Area Vegetarians book clubs now have names!

Food for Thought Book Club

Vegan Book Club

The Vegan Book Club is Bay Area Vegetarians’ first book club, established in January 2006. They read general fiction. The Food For Thought book club digests and discusses books on the topic of vegetarianism & animal rights.


Food For Thought Book Club

Upcoming Books:

07/01 Free the Animals: The Story of the Animal Liberation Front – Emeryville ( RSVP )

09/09 Pleasurable Kingdom – Sunnyvale
11/04 Committed: A Rabble-Rouser’s Memoir – SF

You’ll find complete details for each event on the calendar at

NEW We have established a separate mailing list for the FFT book club. This will allow participants to communicate with each other. Announcements to the SFBAVEG/SFBAVEG-EVENTS mailing list will still be made, but this dedicated list will allow for detailed communication for folks who are planning to attend.

So, whether you’re interested in reading one book or reading them all, please sign-up on the list. We can use the list to coordinate carpooling where feasible, recommend book titles, etc.

If you have a Yahoo ID — which is encouraged and will allow you to participate in polls — you can join directly at this link:


The Vegan Book Club is an ongoing group. They have been meeting since January of 2006, meeting 8 times a year.

The next meeting will be discussing the novel Behind The Scenes At The Museum by Kate Atkinson. All members choose books and meeting locations by informal consensus. July & September books have been chosen.

You can check out all our 2006 & 2007 books & meeting places at:

At this time, the club is not accepting new members, but space may be available for specific book discussions. See event calendar to inquire.


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