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Yagan Square is having a series of vegan food nights
As I have mentioned in several of my articles both here and here, I am not a vegan. However I have eaten vegan food and I really like it. I would not become a vegan as it would be an awful lot of work, however, I go to several functions that are on in Perth.
Vegan Nights is back and taking over Perth City. However, for this function, there is the Vegan Makers Market joining in the fun. It will be held on 19th October 2019 from 4.00 pm until 9.00 pm. It is on the corner of Wellington Street and William Street, right near the Perth Railway Station. It is organised by the Aus Street Food Vegan Events.
Veganism is becoming increasingly popular. In the past few years, several celebrities have gone vegan, and quite a wealth of vegan products have appeared in shops. However, you may still be curious about what this involves and what you can and can't eat on a vegan diet. Donald Watson coined the term vegan in 1944 when he co-founded the Vegan Society in England. The term was chosen by combining the first and last letters of "vegetarian."
At the event at Yagan Square, you will be able to celebrate veganism with their night market. Not only will there be lots of food vendors selling the best plant-based meals and snacks but there will be a stall market with the very best in vegan handmade items to buy. There will be some locally produced vegan businesses offering a variety of products for you to view.
If you keep your eye on their Facebook page , the list of vendors for this event will be shown.
Yagan Square is a fairly new place where there are markets, food and products for sale. It is a community and a city life that is close to the Horseshoe Bridge.
Yagan Square is an interesting, inviting and lively meeting place where locals and visitors can gather around and celebrate Western Australian culture.
It is the 1.1 ha centrepiece of the new Perth City Link development and it was actually named after a controversial Aboriginal warrior who was shot by a white settler in 1833!
Make sure you have this event in your phone or diary, and if you have not yet tried vegan food, then this could be the place to taste it the first time. If you have already eaten vegan food, then you are sure to want to go to this event.