Tampa Bay's 8th Annual
Thanksgiving Day—Thursday, November 28, 2013
Potluck Dinner 2:00pm-5:30pm
Everyone is Welcome!
$6.00/adult with a VEGAN DISH to feed 6+ people (couple’s dish to feed 12+)
$16.00/adult without dish to share
*Children, students and seniors by donation *Discount with student ID
Cash or check only—No credit cards
$1 off if you bring your own plate, silverware and cup
All food must be vegan (vegan = no animal products)
Please bring a vegan dish for 6-8 people,
with a serving utensil and ingredient list/recipe.
Warming facilities will be available.
Parking is limited—Carpooling encouraged.
Space is limited, so please RSVP early.
Volunteers are needed for setup, food prep, etc
Joan- email@example.com (813) 476-6436 or call FVA (727) 656-8368
Q&A and other important information:
Q: How does the potluck style dinner work?
A: Guests bring a dish labeled with the ingredients and their name on it somewhere so it can be picked up after being emptied and rinsed out.
A: Once you donate at door, someone will help you find a spot on the tables for your dish. Also, your name tag will have a number on it. *THE NUMBER ON YOUR NAME TAG IS THE ORDER OF WHO GOES UP TO THE FOOD TABLES WHEN IT’S TIME TO EAT. (Guests 1 thru 300) **We typically call out numbers in groups of 50 to go through the line at a time and as the line dissipates (moves quickly) we call up another set of 50.
Q: Do I have to bring a dish?
A: No, come join us and enjoy the wonderful vegan items from the guests who brought something for the dinner. There are two suggested donation amounts: one for guests who bring a dish and one for guests who do not.
Q: Why is bringing our own utensils, plates and cups rewarded?
A: We like to keep the cost of plates and utensils down and stay eco-friendly by reducing the amount of garbage and trash.
Q: Are we allowed to bring take out containers to take food home?
Q: Are we allowed a second trip through the food line?
A: Please be courteous when filling your plate on your first trip through the line as there will be many other guests that have not been through it yet. Once everyone has been through the food line once, you are welcome to take a second helping and if needed take your second helping home in a container. *Please be courteous of others when using take out containers
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Here are the great companies who have donated products for you to enjoy at this event.
Whole Foods / Groceries, frozen foods, bake goods, hot food, salad bar and more.
Purely Decadent / Dairy free milks, ice creams and yogurts. We offer an array of dairy free delights so diverse you can sip, bite, pour, scoop, lick or chug throughout your day
Turtle Island Foods / For almost 30 years we have worked to create delicious, nutritious, convenient and affordable vegetarian food that make a difference in people’s lives and have a minimal impact on our environment.
Field Roast / The original makers of vegan grain-meat products.
Celebration roasts, Hazelnut cranberry roast en croute, sausage links, frankfurters, deli slices, quarter loaves, classic meatloaf
Gardein / All you have to be is hungry! A delicious, convenient, and versatile protein option for everyone. Gardein is dedicated to creating healthier versions of the food people love to eat.
Earth Balance / Spreads, snacks, dressings, nut butters, baking sticks & soy milk.
All of our products are plant-based, vegan, made without artificial ingredients or hydrogenated oils, and are free of gluten, lactose and eggs.
Java Planet / Look no further. Your search is over. Java Planet is the freshest, best tasting coffee- organic or otherwise- that you can buy
Sami's Bakery / Gluten Free, Low- Carb, Millet & Flax and other delicious and healthy products.
Daiya / A dairy-free dream come true – extraordinary cheese alternatives
Liz Lovely will be donating a gift basket with delicious samples for raffle.