The National Animal Rights Day, Loudonville NY - June 4, 2017

Sunday, June 4, 2017
The Crossings Park of Colonie
580 Albany Shaker Rd, Loudonville, NY 12211 (South Pavilion)
11AM - 4PM

The National Animal Rights Day will be commemorated for the FIRST time in Albany, New York area, at The Crossings Colonie Park in Loudonville, NY. All are welcome, and no cost to attend - Free and open to the public.

NARD was established by the non-profit Our Planet, Theirs Too in 2011. The National Animal Rights Day is an annual day observed in multiple countries around the world on the first Sunday in June. The purpose is to give voice to all animals and raising awareness for their right, until all animals are free from enslavement and their rights are established and protected by law.

Schedule for the day:

12:30 - 1:30: Memorial Ceremony; continue with the reading and signing of The Declaration of Animal Rights.

1:30 - 4:00: The day continues with community celebration recognizing a better future for animals and the planet with cruelty free vegan food, speakers and entertainment. A day to educate and celebrate the wins we had this year for the animals.

If you would like to support NARD and participate in the June 4th Albany ceremony, order your t-shirt "Our Planet Theirs Too", Today.
*YOU MUST WEAR THIS T-SHIRT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE OPENING CEREMONY. Below is the Link to the Albany Vegan Network website, where you can place your order for $15.00.


**T-shirt orders cannot be accepted after April 14th, and will be distributed day of the event, on June 4th. THANK YOU

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