Mar 14, 2013
04:00PM - 05:30PM
Marin Gluten Free Teens Community @ SANS Grocery
Support and Education for Gluten free/Allergen Free Marin Teens
821 B Street, San Rafael, CA 94901
Event Description

Living GF doesn’t have to be a pain!

Open to Marin middle and high school students

Drop-in Meetings at Sans Grocery at 821 B Street, San Rafael. 454-8888

Bimonthly, starting March 14th at 4:00-5:30pm

Topics include:

·         Sample new and delicious GF food!

·         GF Athletes

·         Decoding labels, what do they really mean?

·         Cooking on your own. 
Learn from a GF chef.

·         Best GF Marin restaurants
(and how to order)

·         Food allergy bullies

·         Socializing with GF: eating out, parties, dating, flour in the classrooms

·         Cheating

·         GF pet food, make-up, shampoo?  Really?

·         Simplifying GF to work for your life

·         GF Pizza tasting


Contact Bibi Reber at 415-786-3444 for more information about joining.

Marisa North, owner-founder of Sans, Grocery in San Rafael, grew up in the gluten-free lifestyle before there were so many delicious options available.  She struggled with gluten-intolerance and the feelings of alienation and decided to create a safe-haven of understanding and experience for those coping with gluten sensitivities.   Marisa is passionate about bringing people together in a supportive and positive environment, and having fun doing it, too!

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Bibi Reber     Email:
Phone: 415-786-3444




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