Incredible festival of nutrition, wellness and improved lifestyle. Expert speakers on nutrition, environment, health. Cooking demos & fitness classes (yoga, Zumba, bootcamp). An amazing array of vendors. Kids' activities. Free.

Bob Richie is an expert on the natural world around us - even here in our neighborhood! This class will start with a quick botany lesson on how to positively identify the plants we're seeking, then we'll hit the sidewalks to look for fresh and tasty plants growing naturally in our area. Bob will also discuss useful and medicinal plants found in the area too.

This is the first ever VegFest in Oklahoma City and we are thrilled to be here! This festival serves as a time to celebrate, educate and promote plant-based foods, animal rights and environmental sustainability. There will be food, cooking demos, fitness, speakers, and a whole lot of fun! All welcome. Free.


BVSTX invites everyone to the Sunday Brunch at Sankofa Kitchen. Their delicious menu includes fresh vegan items, such as salads, tacos, burritos, vegan chicken sandwiches, po boys and nachos. You can also enjoy a smoothie! RSVP. Space is limited.

Learn the tips and tricks to bulk shopping, organics vs conventional and so much more. Spots are limited.


Presenter: Stephen Sturdivant, Environmental engineer at the EPA’s Region 6

Produce from this garden helps feed the homeless at Cornerstone Baptist Church. Free seeds to take with you!

Info: Kelly at 972-992-8779

Chimichurri sauce is a traditional Argentine dish made from herbs that can be used as a marinade or a dip for grilled meats. Join us as Chef Rosie Osburn teaches us how to make chimichurri sauce two ways - with dry herbs and fresh herbs - and discusses the differences in the two. She will also demonstrate how chimichurri sauce can be used in side dishes and will share her recipe for cool and delightful lemongrass tea. 


It can be difficult finding something to eat at your family's 4th of July burger and hot dog fest. Make your favorite outdoor BBQ foods and share them with fellow veg heads. As always, bring a dish, a notecard with ingredients and a friend.

Chalk on hand for chalktavism. Bring hoops, water guns, or whatever fun outdoor activities you enjoy.

How much do you know about the food that’s on your plate? Based on the bestselling book by Jonathan Safran Foer, narrated by co-producer Natalie Portman, and directed by Christopher Quinn (GOD GREW TIRED OF US), Eating Animals is an urgent, eye-opening look at the environmental, economic, and public health consequences of factory farming.