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    • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Milwaukee, WI Annual gluten-free picnic

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Milwaukee Celiac-Sprue Crew

Annual Potluck Picnic

Sunday, July 21

Annual Potluck Picnic

Sunday, July 21

Arrive after 12:00…Eat ~1:15 p.m.

Brown Deer Village Park—Shelter #2

4800 W. Green Brook Drive

Brown Deer, Wisconsin

MCSC provides brat & hot dogs, plus beverages & table service. We count on you to provide rest—appetizers, hot dishes, salads, dessserts,--your favorites! Please bring a copy of your recipe so those with additional dietary restrictions can check ingredients! (Recipes in the next NL.)

There will also be bocce ball and board games for those who are interested. Older kids can bring fishing poles to try their luck in the creek and smaller ones will love the playground. The Village Pond will be open. Hours & fees at

RSVP-s are appreciated for planning but not required—Contact Bev att 414-354-2354 or

This is a great even for the the newly diagnosed since ther is lots of time to ask questions! Know potential celiacs or interested family members? Bring them along!

For more information or direction, contact Bev Lieven at .


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