UC Davis’ student group PEACE Club, People for the Elimination of Animal Cruelty through Education, will be hosting a guest speaker, Lani Muelrath, and celebrating the Grand Opening for their Plant-Based Library on the UC Davis campus.

Lani Muelrath, author of The Plant-Based Journey and The Mindful Vegan, will be speaking on 5 Steps to Transition to plant-based eating on Wednesday, May 2nd, 5:30-6:30pm at the Student Community Center, Meeting Room D. PEACE Club will be serving vegan refreshments. This event is open to all including plant-curious, health conscious, and environmentally minded individuals looking for ways to step into eating more whole plant foods. She will draw from scientific case studies, her professional experience coaching thousands of others as they shift to plant-based living, and survey responses she collected from over 1,200 people who have successfully embraced a plant-based lifestyle. This session will enlighten and inform. Before and after the event, Lani will be hosting a sale and book signing of both of her books!

The Grand Opening of PEACE Club’s new Plant-Based Library will be all day Friday, May 4, with a special pizza party to celebrate from 2pm to 4pm. The new PEACE Club library is located at the Student Community Center’s Cross Cultural Center on the UC Davis campus. The new library has nearly 100 books on topics surrounding plant-based/vegan diets, nutrition and fitness, social justice for humans and animals, environmental impacts of our food system, and more. The new books were purchased with $1,000 grant from VegFund, a non-profit that supports vegan activists in outreach efforts, that was awarded to PEACE Club’s Vice President, McKenna Maxwell, a 4th year in Environmental Science and Management.

PEACE Club would love to see you at both of these special events!

To locate where the Student Community Center is on campus, use: http://campusmap.ucdavis.edu/

To RSVP and learn more about these events:

Lani’s Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/188644631737076/

Grand Opening of the Plant-Based Library: https://www.facebook.com/events/2051379778433180/