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    May 17, 2014 - May 18, 2014

    The Expo is the premier gluten and allergen free event in the US. Whether you are looking for specialty products that taste great or trying to learn how to cook and bake to meet your dietary needs, the Expo is the place to be! The Expo is open both Saturday and Sunday from 9 am - 3 pm.
    We now offer a discounted two-day adult pass! What do you get with your Expo Ticket? Visit www.gfafexpo.com


    § Entry into the 150+ booth vendor fair
    § Valuable coupons at the vendor booths
    § Samples from the vendors
    § Discounted products available for purchase
    § Informative classes related to the gluten and allergen-free lifestyle
    § Free reusable bag to carry your goodies
    § Meet your favorite vendors, authors and bloggers Why buy your ticket online?


    § Guarantee that you don’t miss out on the Expo – limited tickets available each day
    § No need to wait in line at the Expo to buy your ticket We’re sorry, there are no refunds for pre-purchased tickets.


    The Gluten Intolerance Group will be celebrating 40 years in May, 2014 and what better way to celebrate than bring in nationally known speakers? GIG is also parterning with the Gluten & Allergy Free Expo (GFAF), so this is an event you want to participate in!



    May 17-18, 2014 in Atlanta is the place to be!



    GIG will be hosting the educational sessions, including speakers like: Dr. Alessio Fasano, Oonagh Williams, Cynthia Rudert, Carol Fenster, Cyntha Kupper, Dr. John Zone and more! GFAF will host the vendors and a lot of them!



    Find more information on the event at www.gluten.net 0

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    May 18, 2014 - May 20, 2014

    CULINARY INSTITUTE of AMERICA (CIA)
    GLUTEN-FREE mini GETAWAY IX
    Hyde Park, NY
    May 18 - 20, 2014
    (Optional 3rd Night - Departing May 21)

    We're proud to announce our 9th mini Getaway to this beautiful area of New
    York State in the spring and the Culinary Institute of America campus - one of
    the premier Culinary Schools in the World.

    Sunday night we'll have a casual wine and cheese meet-and-greet the first
    evening at the hotel with the CIA's Certified Master Bakery Chef Instructor and
    Author - Richard Coppedge.

    Monday after breakfast at the hotel, we'll have a tour of the CIA Campus. Then
    Lunch at one of the CIA's gourmet restaurants on campus. Following that we'll
    meet at the Port in Poughkeepsie to board the boat for a cruise along the
    beautiful Hudson River. Later that evening, we'll have dinner at another of the
    CIA's restaurants.

    Tuesday after breakfast we'll take a short ride down the road - or is it up to the
    mountain top - to the Mohonk Mountain Resort, America's oldest family-owned
    resort built in 1869. We'll have a tour of the grounds and building; a Chef's Talk
    on culinary traditions in their kitchen; and a specially arranged Gluten-free lunch.

    This is the end of our 2 Night mini Getaway, but because so many of our
    members wanted more time to explore Mohonk and other places of interest in
    the area last time, we have added an Optional additional night's stay.

    That evening we have arranged a more casual dinner with a Tex-Mex flair.

    Wednesday after breakfast we'll meet at the Millbrook Vineyards & Winery,
    critically acclaimed as the Hudson Valley's #1 Winery for a tour and tasting of 5
    of their wines.

    As always all we have designed and arranged special Gluten-free meals for all of
    our meals.

    The last time we offered this mini Getaway it sold out and we had to turn people
    away. We are limited to 45 persons due to the space available for groups at the
    CIA's restaurants. Make your reservations as soon as you can.

    Check it our on our website http://bobandruths.com for all the details.

    If you have any questions just give us a call at 410-939-3218.

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