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Compassionate Thanksgiving Feast

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A Broken Angel is hosting its third annual Compassionate Thanksgiving Feast at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon. The feast is a multi-course, family-style vegan dinner celebrating each other, animals and mother earth. Children five and under eat free, if they don't require their own place setting, and children under 11 are $35. This animal-free feast sells out every year, so don't wait to get tickets. The menu is available online.

Compassionate Thanksgiving with A Broken Angel
Sun., Nov. 18, 6pm to 9pm, $60
61980 Skyline Ranch Rd., Bend
541-550-7727
abrokenangel.com

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