Date(s) - 05/19/2017
Buckingham Friends Meeting
The Peaceable Kingdom Conference Launch and Conference
The FREE Conference Launch is a viewing of the movie, Peaceable Kingdom, with vegan
snacks on Friday, May 19, at 7:30pm.
The Peaceable Kingdom Conference on Saturday, May 20, 2017, 8:30am-3pm, is the first annual
conference whose goals are to: respect animals’ emotions and intelligence; increase our reliance
on plant-based foods; be kind to Earth, its inhabitants, and ourselves; and, strengthen the human-
animal bond. There is a $20 per person registration fee; and pre-registration is required due to
The featured speakers and exhibitors are prominent Pennsylvanian community leaders in animal
welfare, agriculture, rescue, science, spirituality, and social justice. The Peaceable Kingdom
workshops emphasize the conference goals, invite participants to examine their personal
relationship with animals, and encourage participants to be open to adopting plant-based eating
in small ways.
The first annual Peaceable Kingdom Conference Launch and Conference are being held at
Buckingham Friends Meeting, 5684 York Road (Route 202/263), Lahaska, PA, on May 19-20,
Conference participants can purchase vegan lunches from LUHV Factory and Vegan Burgers on
site at the conference break.
Everyone in the general public of all ages, vegans and non-vegans alike, are welcome to attend.
Participants can expect to hear thought-provoking topics such as Re-Wilding Our Hearts: a Path
to Peace (Indra Lahiri, Indroloka Animal Sanctuary); How Language Impacts Our Actions
(Barbara Simmons, Peace Center), Increasing Reliance on Plant-Based Foods (Kate Watts,
Humane Society of the United States); Being Kind to Earth and Its Inhabitants (Dara Lovitz,
Peace Advocacy Network); Exploring the Bond Between People and Animals (Victoria Schade,
dog trainer, author, speaker); and Why Compassion for All Beings Should be Fundamental for
Our Spiritual Beliefs (Ligia Monzoni, Vegan Spirituality of Philadelphia).
The conference exhibitors, also focused on the conference goals, share information with
participants on how to create a humane backyard, active steps to take to adopt a plant-based diet,
how to purchase humane products, and how to support companion and farm animal rescues.
Conference Exhibitors include the Indroloka Animal Sanctuary, Humane Society of the United
States, Bucks County Cooperative Extension, Humane League of Philadelphia, American Anti-
Vivisection Society, and the Bucks County SPCA.
For more information and to register for the conference, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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