Our next meeting of the SGFA will be on Thurs. Nov. 13, at 6:00 pm at the Action Public Library in Old Saybrook. The meeting will be a SAFE POT LUCK SUPPER, in the 2nd floor meeting room. Information and directions will follow in an email within two weeks. Reservations will be necessary.
One of our members, Mary Lawrence from www.wellonwheels.com, passed on these events that may be of interest:
NBC30 Health & Wellness Expo – Connecticut Convention Center, 100 Columbus Blvd., Hartford, CT Sunday, October 26 11:00 a.m. Don't miss the 2008 NBC 30 Health & Wellness Festival, Oct. 25 and 26 at the CT Convention Center. I will be giving a gluten-free vegan cooking demonstration on Seasonal Soups and Stews at 11:00 on Sunday, October 26. The event will feature free health screenings, demonstrations and activities for the whole family. Last year more than 22,000 attended the event, and this year promises to be even bigger and better!
Quick, Raw and Delicious Vegan Treats – Shoreline Center for Wholistic Health, 35 Boston Street, Guilford, CT Sunday, November 1, 4:00 p.m. Had enough of Halloween candy? This mini workshop will give you a flavor of how to make quick and healthy raw vegan treats that will satisfy your sweet tooth. Visit the Shoreline Center for more information.
Might be worth the trip for fresh bread and pastries- do a car pool!!!
www.thymeandseasonnaturalnarket.com- located in Hamden on Whalley Ave., this store is dedicated to gluten-free, natural/organic foods, and has a huge selection. They have a couple of coming events that look worthwhile: a tasting jamboree Sat. Oct 25 (anyone to carpool??) and a special lecture on Celiac diseases on Thurs. Nov. 6, by Dr. Amanda Leavitt, a Naturapathic physician.
There will be another exciting raffle at the November 13th event -- RSVP to Sybil if you are able to join us!
Welcome to the home of the Gluten Intolerance Group - ShorelineEast! We are here to support living gluten-free in the Shoreline area of CT - from New London to Madison to Middletown.
We believe our first priority is to provide local area shoreline residents who are living a Gluten Free lifestyle and/or are caregivers for those living Gluten Free with a supportive network; one that is rich with resources and opportunities to exchange information and collectively influence positive change in our communities. Our objective is to provide those living a gluten-free lifestyle the resources and information beneficial to living a healthier & happier way of life.