August 12, 2013


Earthlings - No Longer Blind to Injustice - International March for Animal Liberation

Meet at Union Square in San Francisco, 12noon.!q=Union+Square+San+
Similar marches will be held in different countries on the same day.

September 22, 2011


A World Farmed Animals Day event
Saturday, October 1, 2011
Petaluma, CA

Bring your open hearts and stand up for the innocent & voiceless victims of our food choices!

• 2:00PM-5:00PM
Outreach Table at Copperfield’s Bookstore
140 Kentucky Street
Downtown Petaluma

• 3:00PM-4:00PM
Walk for Compassion!
Begins at the fountain in Theatre Square Plaza
151 Petaluma Blvd South
thru town & farmer’s market

PARK at Theatre Square Parking Garage on C Street for FREE ALL DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK parking

• 6:00PM-8:00PM
Candlelight Slaughterhouse Vigil
Rancho Veal Corp
1522 Petaluma Blvd North
Petaluma, CA 94952
(cows killed here)

**We are asking participants to purchase and wear one of the t shirts we are making to create a cohesive look and effect. Pick a slogan and purchase here soon to receive in time for the event We’ve only made the most inexpensive woman’s shirts so far. There is no mark up on these shirts. FYI sizes of this particular t shirt run on the large side. We will make men’s versions as needed. Let us know if you’d like a unisex version of any of these.

We are also inviting Peace & Justice, Spiritual and Environmental groups to join us.

Animal agriculture is directly responsible for many of the world’s most serious environmental problems, including global climate change, deforestation, air and water pollution and species extinction. Three quarters of the food we grow is fed to imprisoned animals for meat and dairy, while roughly a billion people are chronically hungry and starving. Each year, approximately 58 billion animals are cruelly housed and killed in the world’s factory farms and slaughterhouses to produce meat, eggs, and dairy. A UN report urges a global shift towards a plant-based diet and the American Dietetic Association, the leading nutrition authority in the United States, affirms that “vegan and other types of vegetarian diets are appropriate for all stages of the life cycle, including during pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence.”

Our event seeks to bring together a diversity of organizations to signal their concern about these issues and to encourage and promote a non violent, healthy and globally sustainable plant based diet. If your group would like to join us please contact or just show up with a logo sign to carry during the walk.

WORLD FARMED ANIMALS DAY is observed on (or around) October 2nd. This annual occasion is observed with activities in all 50 U.S. states and two dozen other countries and the date marks the birthday of ethical vegetarian Mahatma Gandhi.

For more info regarding this event please contact: or

February 23, 2011

Meatout - World's largest grassroots diet education campaign

Click here to go to the Meatout website
North Bay Animal Advocates will be hosting two Meatout tabling events, one on March 17th at Sonoma State University, and another on March 19th on Kentucky Street in Petaluma, CA. Times are to be determined, but will most likely be from 10am-2pm. We will have a display table, free literature and food coupons, and food samples. The food samples in will be in Petaluma only.

September 2, 2010

World Farmed Animals Day 2010


Join Hearts in a Peaceful, Prayerful Vigil for the Animal Victims of our Food Choices

Petaluma Slaughterhouse Vigil

When: Saturday, October 2, 2010
Time: 5:00pm-8:00pm
Where: Rancho Veal Corp
Address: 1522 Petaluma Blvd N., Petaluma, CA 94952 (Cows & Calves killed here)

Please bring poems, prayers, signs, posters, candles, drawings and photos of safe & loved farmed animals, flowers, rocks/stones,(as in the Jewish tradition of placing them on gravestones)and your big, open hearts to stand up & together for the innocent & voiceless

WORLD FARMED ANIMALS DAY, observed on (or around) October 2nd, is a time dedicated to exposing, mourning, and memorializing the needless suffering and killing of the more than 55 billion cows, pigs, turkeys, chickens, and other sentient land animals in the world's factory farms and slaughterhouses. It is a time for all to speak out against the atrocities and brutalization of animals raised for meat, eggs, and dairy. The annual occasion is observed with activities in all 50 U.S. states and two dozen other countries and the date marks the birthday of ethical vegetarian Mahatma Gandhi.

For more information please contact Lisa Soldavini
at 415-215-8747 or

Sunday, Sept. 26th

Petaluma Progressive Festival

North Bay Animal Advocates will be hosting a booth at the Petaluma Progressive Festival with an emphasis on Health and Nutrition, and the Environment. Feel free to stop by and say hello!

When: Sunday, Sept. 26th
Time: 12-5pm
Where: Walnut Park, corner of D St. and Petaluma Blvd. S.

August 20, 2010

Go Vegan Billboard in Sonoma County!!

Would you like to see this billboard in Sonoma County!? You can help make it a reality. We have already heard a story of how one person saw the original billboard and the impact of it was the catalyst for her to become vegan!

Stephen Beidner single-handedly arranged for the first Vegan billboard between Cotati and Penngrove earlier in the year, followed by Lisa Soldavini spearheading the fundraising drive to move it to a new location in Santa Rosa for several weeks. She's at it again with a new version of the original billboard and a new location in Santa Rosa. She needs the funds to have it installed and on display for several weeks. If you can donate, please give Lisa a call at 415-215-8747. The animals thank you!

(The 'Go Vegan' is going to be removed, but the word 'vegan' will appear in the line 'Free Vegan starter guide...)

April 20, 2010

Sunday, April 25th


If you think conventional treatments cure cancer...
If you think diet cannot cure cancer...
Think again.

Healing Cancer, shows how cancer can be successfully healed with dietary treatments and natural supplementation. It explains common misconceptions about cancer, shows how diets designed to fight cancer are more successful than conventional treatments, discusses startling cancer research findings with T. Colin Campbell (The China Study) and has interviews with people who have reversed cancers using diet. It also discusses supplementation and why attitude is important in reversing not only cancer, but any disease.

When: SUNDAY, APRIL 25th @ 7PM
Where: Aqus Cafe, 189 “H” STREET, PETALUMA
(Corner of 2nd /H Street)
FREE ADMISSION ($4.00 Donation Suggested)
For more information please contact Lisa @ 415-215-8747