Recap: July Jamboree 2016 Tuesday, July 05, 2016 More than 1,600 people enjoyed a beautiful summer day at the Sanctuary for our 9th annual July Jamboree festival, held for the first time at our new location in High Falls, on Sunday, July 3. Friends and family enjoyed music from Morning River Band and Lucky House; a live food demo from bestselling cookbook author Terry Hope Romero; walked away with adorable animal-themed vegan tattoos from Gristle Tattoo; and connected eye-to-eye with our friendly rescued cows, pigs, goats, turkeys and chickens—to name a few! There were also plenty of kid-friendly activities, including face painting, crafts, a bouncy castle and a waterslide. Tons of delicious, award-winning vegan food was served by our vendors—from sandwiches and hot dogs to soft serve ice cream and donuts. Thank you to all who visited and participated to help make this our best and most successful July Jamboree yet! We raised over $30,000—all of which goes directly towards our rescue, shelter and outreach work for farmed animals. We look forward to seeing you again soon!