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Next Gathering:  Saturday, March 8, 2014, 6:30 p.m.

Gathering at GattiTown on Saturday, March 08, 2014 ~ 6:30 pm

We will be gathering at GattiTown for fun next Saturday at 6:30. It is located at
Where:  5833 NW Expressway, Warr Acres, OK, 73132, just east of MacArthur, on the north side of the street.

Prices: vary according to your age ~
Seniors 60 + and kids ages 4-7 = $3.99
Kids 8-12 = $4.99
Ages 13-59 = $6.99

There are specials which include food and game cards. Check it out.  http://gattitownokc.com/food.php
We will be meeting in the Library room (quieter than some of the others). It is just to the left after you enter and pay.

Some of the vegetarian offerings on the buffet are: Minestrone soup, salad bar, baked potato, veg pizza, veg spaghetti, pinto beans, green beans, corn, and cornbread. And a selection of desserts is available.

Please let us know of your intention to attend by emailing rsvp@vegok.org


Meatout - March

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World Vegetarian Day - October 1

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World Farm Animals Day - October 2

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