“Little Italy” in Boston is filled with history, ethnic heritage and authentic Italian food. A growing number of Italian food enthusiasts have felt excluded from our regular Market Tour experience due to celiac or gluten sensitivity issues. Our North End Market Gluten-Free Tour now makes this experience accessible to everyone. This 3 hour tailored version of our classic Market Tour is like a cooking class on foot: glean insider cooking tips; gain resources and knowledge on how to identify and…Find out more »
For the Feb 27 meeting ONLY, our group will meet at a different place. Braintree Historical Society a/k/a "The barn" ,lower level, 31 Tenney Road, Braintree. There is no parking at that building. Attendees may park in the library parking lot, in the town hall (across from library), or on Gilbert Bean Drive (aka Washington Park Road) next to the library. Please do not park at the fire station. This is a one time change because the usual room was…Find out more »
The Portland, ME Monthly Group Meeting takes place in the Falmouth Learning Resource Center located on the first floor of the Maine Medical Center Falmouth campus. Contact group leader Tami at email@example.com or by cell at 207-650-8705 with any questions about this meeting.Find out more »
Hosted by the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University featuring an International Symposium for physicians, scientists and industry and a Clinical Forum for patients, dietitians, nurses and other healthcare professionalsFind out more »
The meeting takes place in the Conference Room, located upstairs at the back of the building (through the bakery department).Find out more »
Learn how to reduce gluten in your daily life with the Celiac Survival 101 Workshop.
The workshop will include up-to-date information, as well as hands-on activities.