Rehoboth Beach VegFest Celebrates Healthful Living
One of the area’s most popular festivals, VegFest, is set for the weekend of May 17-19 in Rehoboth and Lewes.
VegFest launches on Friday, May 17, with appetizers at G Rehoboth at 6 p.m. and a film screening of The Last Pig at 7 p.m. at the Lewes Library. Tickets available at vegrehoboth.org.
The free Saturday, May 18, outdoor festival will take place at Epworth United Methodist Church on Holland Glade Road from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The festival includes speakers, dozens of exhibitors, food samples, cooking demos, a healing arts tent, kids’ tent (sponsored by Sussex Family YMCA), music, and amazing food. Not just for vegetarians and vegans, Rehoboth Beach VegFest has something for everyone!
Attendees can ride the Jolly Trolley between the Rehoboth Beach bandstand and the festival at Epworth UMC, or there is free parking on site. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Also on Saturday, there will be an art exhibit from 6-8 p.m. at Gallery 50 on Wilmington Avenue in Rehoboth, featuring the show Force of Nature by Debbi Dean-Colley.
On Sunday morning, May 19, there is a vegan brunch by chefs Hari Cameron and Sean Corea, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Fork & Flask at Nage, on Route One. For reservations, call 302-226-2037.
Visit VegFest online for more information about special speakers, healing arts practitioners, musicians scheduled to perform, and a variety of other information. ▼