We have lots of great events this fall!

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Just a reminder of our upcoming events this fall. Event pages for each one will be posted a few weeks prior with all necessary details. Please note, the date for the vigil at Goffle Poultry farm has changed.
Looking forward to seeing everyone!!
Sat Nov. 14 – visit to Skylands Sanctuary 11:30
Sun Nov. 15 – Lorelle and I will be speaking at MAVS. Come support us and enjoy the wonderful pot luck meal!
Sun Nov. 22 – Thanksgiving peaceful protest at Hinck’s Turkey Farm 12-2
Sun Dec. 6 – 12-3 – leafletting at Jersey Shore Outlets
Sun Dec. 13 – leafletting at Menlo Park Mall 12-4

Candlelight Vigil for World Day for Farmed Animals

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Please join us for a special candlelight vigil in honor of the 32nd annual World Day for Farmed Animals. Thousands of activists around the globe will gather on this day to raise public awareness of the suffering of farmed animals. Join us on Friday, October 2nd from 7-9pm at Catelli Brothers slaughterhouse to create a powerful display of compassion in action.

Candles and signs will be provided. Parking is available at 750 Broad Street. We hope to see you there!

http://www.dayforanimals.org/

For more information, please check out the event page on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/878330082248346/11988452_1151880444840014_8247079480842923016_n

A Visit to Skylands Animal Sanctuary and Rescue

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Come join us on Saturday November 14 at 11:30am as we tour this beautiful animal sanctuary.

Skylands Animal Sanctuary And Rescue

This new sanctuary has accomplished so much already on their incredible 229 acres.  We will meet all their precious animals, including the two baby chicks NJFAS recently rescued from Kaporos that Skylands was kind enough to give a safe home to.

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To RSVP, please email azh111@comcast.net with your name and the number of people attending.  Thanks so much and we hope to see you there!

NJFAS Brunch at Veganized

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Sunday Sept. 13, 12:00pm – 2:00pm11885398_10153154925351448_8852079681497559310_n

Eat delicious vegan food while socializing with fellow activists!

Veganized uses organic, local, seasonal, and fair trade ingredients. Everything on the menu is vegan and made fresh daily. http://veganizedfoods.com/
https://www.facebook.com/VeganizedFoods/timeline

The dining room only seats 36 people so if you are available and would like to attend, please email njfarmanimalsave@gmail.com to RSVP.
Veganized accepts cash or credit cards. When you order you will be asked if you want to pay separately or share the check another person. When you are ready to leave you just go downstairs to pay.

Street parking is difficult to find in New Brunswick. The closest parking decks are:

Church Street Parking Deck
90 Church St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

RWJ Wellness Center Deck
95 Paterson St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

The Ferren Deck is CLOSED

Catelli Vigil # 8

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Thank you to everyone that came out today and made our vigil a huge success!

Join us this Sunday!

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This Sunday, August 9th, we will be outside of Catelli Brothers Slaughterhouse from 12pm – 2pm.

And – Dean’s Market is right down the street!  They have a lot of vegan options and it’s also a wonderful place to do a shopping.  A bunch of us go there after the vigil.  While there is no table service, there is a sandwich, salad and juice bar and a place to pull up chairs and sit and talk.  Hope to see you there!  http://www.deansnaturalfoodmarket.com

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We will have plenty of signs! You don’t need to bring anything at all.

Catelli is at 776 Broad Street, Shrewsbury.

While we cannot guarantee parking, the office building right next door, at 750 Broad Street, has a very large parking lot and most of their offices are closed on Sundays.

Catelli Brothers Slaughterhouse Vigil #8

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Please join us August 9th from 12pm – 2pm.

Let’s keep raising awareness in Shrewsbury that a calf and lamb slaughterhouse that was recently shut down for inhumane treatment is open again right in their midst. There is no question that when people drive by and see our group of activists, it makes an impression. Please join us and bring your family and friends.

We will have plenty of signs! You don’t need to bring anything at all.

There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest. – Elie Wiesel

While we cannot guarantee parking, the office building right next door, at 750 Broad Street, has a very large parking lot and most of their offices are closed on Sundays.