The 2nd Annual Peaceable Kingdom Conference

The 2nd Annual Peaceable Kingdom Conference is being held at Bucks County Community College, Rollins Center Gallagher Room, 275 Swamp Road, Newtown on Saturday, May 12, 2018, 8:30am to 3:30pm.  The conference is sponsored by the Bucks County Community College Business Studies Department.

The Peaceable Kingdom Conference is the only conference whose goals are to: respect animals’ emotions and intelligence; increase our reliance on plant-based foods; be kind to Earth, its inhabitants, and ourselves; and, strengthen the human-animal bond.  There is a $30 per person registration fee; and pre-registration is required due to limited seating.  The registration fee includes a vegan lunch catered by CulinArt Group and a donation to the American Anti-Vivisection Society.  The student registration rate is $20 per person.  Register online at http://tickets.bucks.edu/2nd-annual-peaceable-kingdom-conference.  Seating is limited so register today!  The first Peaceable Kingdom Conference sold out.

The featured speakers and exhibitors are prominent community leaders in animal welfare, agriculture, rescue, science, spirituality, and social justice.  The Peaceable Kingdom workshops emphasize the conference goals, invite participants to examine their personal relationship with animals, and encourage participants to be open to adopting plant-based eating in small ways.

Everyone in the general public of all ages, vegans and non-vegans alike, are welcome to attend.  Participants can expect to hear thought-provoking topics from Sue Leary, American Anti-Vivisection Society; Crystal Miller-Spiegel, Chimp Haven; Rachel McCrystal, Woodstock Farm Sanctuary; Chris Little Simcox, Esq, Bucks County Community College; Ann Lewis, Humane Society of the United States; Sheryl Lori, PhD., Canisius College and University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work; and Jonina Turzi, Lancaster Farm Sanctuary.

The conference exhibitors, also focused on the conference goals, share information with participants on how to save bees, take active steps towards a plant-based diet, purchase humane products, encourage empathy, and support animal rescues. Conference Exhibitors include the Humane Society of the United States, Bucks County SPCA, Jewish Veg, The Barn Nature Center, American Anti-Vivisection Society, Central Bucks East High School Save the Bees Club, The Peace Center, Tabby’s Place, and the Lancaster Farm Sanctuary.

For more information and to register for the conference, email chris.simcox@bucks.edu.

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2018 Conference Schedule