Category: Events

Farmer Brown Talks About Organic and Free-Range Animals

November 18, 2004 (Thursday): Harold Brown 7:00 p.m.Community Meeting Room (read entrance) Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, NY H/C access Free, Open to the Public Cosponsored by Animal Rights Advocates of Upstate NY and the Rochester Area Vegetarian…

Animal Liberation and Gay Liberation: What’s the Connection?

October 21, 2004 (Thursday): pattrice jones: 7:00 p.m.Downstairs Meeting Room (around back) Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Ave H/C accessFree, Open to the Public Come hear this exceptional speaker, activist, teacher, author, who eloquently connects today’s social justice issues. Don’t…

Alternative Healing Methods for Animals

October 18, 2004 (Monday): ARA Focus-Meeting 6:30-8:30 p.m. Learning Center Brighton Memorial Library, 2300 Elmwood Ave, Rochester Free, Open to the Public Informal sharing (no experts expected) of info you may have learned on “alternative healing methods” for any/all animals…

Labor Day Parade

September 6th: Meet between 9:00 and 10:00 a.m. Sibley Place (1 block east of Alexander St, opposite Prince St, off East Ave). Parade routes up East Ave, to Liberty Pole, west on Main St., ends at S. Plymouth (near Hochstein…

Monthly meeting

August 18, 2004 (Wednesday): 6:30 p.m. First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Road South Rochester, NY Room 228 Handicapped accessible (elevator or stairs)All are welcome! We meet the 3rd Wednesday of EACH month. Note the corrected address above.

Educational Demonstration

July 25, 2004 (Sunday): 1:00-3:00pm East Ave. Wegmans, Rochester, NY (We’ll remain on the public sidewalk.)We’ll be showing support of Wegman’s for the Vegan options in their Natural Foods section. This will also be the debut of our “Faunette” a…

Field Trip to Farm Sanctuary

July 24, 2004 (Saturday):Time to be decided. Farm Sanctuary is located in Watkins Glen, NY. Carpool location to be decided. See how animals live and grow when they’re treated with care. Take a tour of the sanctuary and interact with…