Family Food Connections Monthly Cooking Class

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Boston Children’s Hospital’s Family Food Connections offers monthly cooking classes for families. The cooking classes are free and will feature budget-friendly gluten-free recipes. This is a great opportunity for the whole family to learn new cooking skills and new recipes. There is ample opportunity to ask questions and learn about the food being prepared. Classes are held via Zoom. Everyone ... Read More

Gluten-Free in College

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Connect with your fellow gluten-free college students who understand the challenges and joys of living gluten-free. This quarterly gathering will provides students a space to get to know each other, share ideas and chat about the issues they confront living gluten-free while attending college. There is so much we can learn from each other. We welcome students who are currently ... Read More

Mrs. Katz and her Hats Story Time!

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Join your gluten-free friends for story time with Mrs. Katz. See which of her over 200 hats Mrs. Katz will wear during this month’s story time!   Mrs. Katz has been reading to children for over 30 years and makes all the stories she reads fun. In addition to the stories, Mrs. Katz loves to answer your questions.   This ... Read More

Celiac Kids Connection Family Wellness on the farm!

Powissett Farm 37 Powisset St., Dover

Details What: Family Wellness Day Where: Powisset Farm – 39 Powisset St. Dover, MA Date: April 27, 2024 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Target Age: The target age for this event is elementary school-age. Teens are welcome to volunteer Tickets: The event is free. You must preregister by 4/24/2024.   General Information Enjoy a morning on the farm. We ... Read More

Celiac Teen Talk

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GF Faves is now Celiac Teen Talk! The new program is a national gathering in conjunction with the Celiac Disease Foundation, the University of Chicago Medical Center and the Mayo Clinic and will be hosted by social media influencer @noglutengabby. We will continue to meet  monthly. Join the Celiac Teen Talk club, where your voice matters, and your favorite gluten-free ... Read More

Monthly Board Meeting – Share your ideas and learn more about CKC!

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Our Celiac Kids Connection board of directors meets regularly to plan activities and set the goals and objectives for our group. You can help. By attending a board meeting you can: Learn more about us, our activities and how we operate Contribute your thoughts and ideas Meet others living with celiac disease Meet others committed to supporting the celiac community ... Read More

Shine a Light on Celiac Disease

Boston Children's Hospital 300 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA, United States

Look for blue lights at Boston Children's Hospital  - Longwood Avenue - as we Shine a Light for Celiac Disease. Bridges, city halls and skyscrapers all over the world will be lit on May 16th in support of International Celiac Disease Awareness Day. We are so excited that Boston Children's Hospital is part of this important event. If you are ... Read More

Mrs. Katz and her Hats Story Time!

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Join your gluten-free friends for story time with Mrs. Katz. See which of her over 200 hats Mrs. Katz will wear during this month’s story time!   Mrs. Katz has been reading to children for over 30 years and makes all the stories she reads fun. In addition to the stories, Mrs. Katz loves to answer your questions.   This ... Read More

Family Food Connections Monthly Cooking Class

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Boston Children’s Hospital’s Family Food Connections offers monthly cooking classes for families. The cooking classes are free and will feature budget-friendly gluten-free recipes. This is a great opportunity for the whole family to learn new cooking skills and new recipes. There is ample opportunity to ask questions and learn about the food being prepared. Classes are held via Zoom. Everyone ... Read More

Celiac at School Accommodations Information Session

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Join your Boston Children’s Hospital Celiac Disease Program team to learn more about attending school safely with celiac disease. We will discuss federal laws and regulations that govern this autoimmune disease, the appropriate type of plan to set up, reasonable accommodations, and how to get individual support for your family. This meeting is appropriate for families with a child of ... Read More