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Spokane-Vegfest-billboard-2016Spokane Vegfest 2016 on July 23rd

INVeg’s 3nd annual Spokane Vegfest: Healthy Living Expo & Music Festival is on Saturday July 23rd 2016 at the Spokane Community college from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Spokane Vegfest was an enormous success last year with over 2,000 attendees from across the region. This year we expecting over 100 vendors. This event will include healthy living, animal- and eco-friendly exhibitors, renowned chefs and speakers from around the country, presentations, music festival with beer garden, cooking demonstrations, food trucks, non-profit organizations, an outdoor market, massage, and more. In the meantime, sign up for our newsletter here for updates.

Please visit our Vendor/Sponsor page if you are interested in being a part of Spokane VegFest 2016. If you have any questions, are interested in volunteering or sponsoring us, please e-mail info@inveg.org.


INVeg Community Meetups

We are wanting to become a lot more active and help build a stronger vegan community. We would like to have more monthly events than just the potlucks. We are considering a monthly meetup at a local restaurant such as Boots or Allie’s Vegan Pizza. We also will be starting up the Spokane Veggie Running Group again when the weather gets a bit warmer. If you would like to be notified of our INVeg events please subscribe to our events on our Facebook or Meetup page.

Spokane Veggie Running Group

Spokane Veggie Running group will be starting up again very soon. If you are interested in joining us then please join the group on facebook. We meet on Wednesday’s at 6pm in front of Boots Bakery. There are Walkers, Runners and even Rollerbladers in the group. If you would like to coordinate another type of outdoor activity like a bike ride or rock climbing day please let us know.

Veggie Parenting Group

We would like to coordinate a vegan parenting group where parents can get together and share stories. If you would like to help with this group please email us.

Monthly Potlucks

Please join us for our monthly potlucks, held at the Spokane Woman’s Club, from 5-7 pm on the third Sunday of each month. Most months we bring a speaker or chef to present on a plant-powered topic.


Tofurkey-Drive-logo2015 Tofurkey Drive

Each year INVEG provides free meals to local vegans who are unable to afford a nice meal for the holiday. This event is 100% supported by the generosity of our local INVEG members. If you would like to donate towards the 2015 Tofurkey drive you can make a donation using our paypal donation button. All donations are 100% tax deductible.


About INVEG: Inland Northwest Vegans

Our mission is to provide support for the vegan communities in the Inland Northwest and to educate and provide resources about the ethical, environmental, and health benefits of a plant-based diet to the veg-curious. Based out of Spokane, Washington, INVeg is the founder of Spokane Vegfest: Healthy Living Expo and the monthly Spokane potluck which features a different presenter or cooking demonstration each month. We teach Vegan 101 classes throughout Spokane, offer a membership program, table and leaflet at various events, provide vegan-friendly resources on this website for various cities in the Inland Northwest, provide vegan Thanksgiving meals to families in need, and more. We focus on a gentle approach to education – through compassion, patience, and of course – food!

If you are interested in membership, volunteering, or would like more information, please e-mail us. We are needing volunteers who can assist with: tabling, writing, designing, researching, and more. Membership is only $20 per person per year or $35 per family. Your money helps us a non-profit organization pay for vegan education and events, including Spokane Vegfest, rent for our monthly potluck space, speakers, and materials, leafleting materials, and much more. In return, you will receive a discount card for various vegan-supportive businesses in Spokane and the peace of mind that your money is supporting compassionate education.