Luton Black Men Community Group Presents
In partnership with Nubian Health
INTRODUCTION VEGAN TASTER
Limited tickets, so purchase your tickets now to secure your place
Sunday 9th October 3pm to 5pm
(doors open 2:45pm)
Come and explore a variety of starters, mains, desserts, juices and herbal teas
Tickets £10 in advance at Eventbrite http://goo.gl/xdOyjM
or £12 at the door, Children (under 12) £5
Luton Irish Forum, 102 Hitchin Road, Luton LU2 0ES
(Entrance at car park off Brunswick street roundabout)
3 course meal for people seated at tables with explanation of preparation and benefits of each course
Nubian Health is pleased to work in collaboration with Luton Black Men Community Group for their third vegan food event. Their aim is to give individuals a taster into what veganism is, what vegans eat and how to create healthy dishes. It is an event to socialise with friends or network with new people.
Nubian Health is a small vegan friendly business making non-chemical based skin-care products that have healing properties using natures finest ingredients. As well as skin-care, we also encourage healthier lifestyle changes by providing 1-to-1 dietary advice.
The Luton Black Men Community Group (LBMCG) is a local group of African Heritage men pooling their resources, time and energy to provide solutions for our community and events for the whole African Heritage family.
Come on down & get involved enjoying good food in a friendly atmosphere. We will let you know if any dishes contain nuts, gluten or other allergen foods from the government list.
Stalls available with products for sale
Contact: 07591 747987
African Heritage Men pooling their resources, time and energy to uplift the community with events for the whole African Heritage family during African / Black History Month.
Sunday 2nd October – screening of Classified X documentary
Sunday 9th October – Vegan Taster with Nubian Health
Sunday 16th October – screening of Marcus Garvey documentary
Sunday 23rd October – Economic Empowerment Seminar
Sunday 30th October – screening of Black Friday documentary