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GF Event-FREE

Mark Your Calendar!

Saturday, December 19th from 2 - 4
15 Woodside Avenue, West Lawn, PA 19609
( WEST LAWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH )

We welcome anyone young and older

Information on who should be screened for "gluten sensitivity"

Who Should Be Tested For Gluten Sensitivity?
Those directly related to someone who has already been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or celiac disease should always be tested, but those suffering with any of the following list of conditions should also get tested:

Those who suffer from chronic intestinal problems
Infertility or recurrent miscarriage
Chronic anemia
Osteoporosis
Migraine Headaches
Psoriasis
Eczema
IBS
Bipolar or Schizophrenia
Low thyroid (Hypothyroid)
ADD or ADHD
Autism
Fibromyalgia
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Restless Legs Syndrome
Sleep Apnea
Type I or II diabetes
Multiple Sclerosis
Any Autoimmune Disease

"Join us on 12/19/09 for information"

Games, prizes,food, vendors

Large information table , Coupons, library of books/DVD/CD

Join Gluten Free foods ROCK for our first annual gluten free cookie exchange.

EVERYONE who participates in our first annual cookie exchange
will be entered into a drawing to win a few GREAT gifts!!!

Large gift basket, Pop art toaster - Have FUN with your gluten free bread
http://www.poparttoaster.com/

Additional great prizes

If you don’t want to bake feel free to purchase cookies for the cookie exchange.

You are still welcome to attend without joining our cookie exchange.

EVENTS ARE FREE

There are no membership dues

We hope to help a broad range of people with one common connection GLUTEN
www.glutenfreefoodsrock.com
Questions / glutenfreefoodsrock@comcast.net
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Mark Your Calendar!

Download our flyer, share with everyone

http://glutenfreefoodsrock.com/wp-co...1/febflyer.pdf

Saturday,Febuary 20th from 2 - 4
15 Woodside Avenue, West Lawn, PA 19609
( WEST LAWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH )

We welcome anyone young and older.

Regardless of why you are living gluten free

Guest speaker

Games, prizes,food

Large information table , Coupons, library of books/DVD/CD

EVENTS ARE FREE

There are no membership dues

We hope to help a broad range of people with one common connection GLUTEN
post #23 of 28

Holistic Moms Network- Honesdale, PA

We're just getting started, and will be holding our Open House Wednesday April 7th from 5-7pm. It will be at the Wayne County Public Library 1406 Main St. Honesdale, PA. We will continue meeting at the library on the first Wednesday of each month thereafter. Children are always welcome at meetings!

For more information, email me at HMNWayneCounty@gmail.com
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Gluten FREE vendor fair
Hosted By: Gluten Free FOODS ROCK
When: August 21st, 2010
Where: 15 Woodside Ave, West Lawn, PA 19608
(West Lawn United Methodist Church)

The Gluten Free Vendor Fair features delicious gluten-free foods and helpful products from severalcompanies including local bakeries and restaurants that cater to those on a gluten-free diet. We will have a children’s area with gluten-free snacks and fun, kid-friendly activities. Video presentation on the
latest gluten free research, guest speaker and many other surprises.

The Gluten Free Vendor Fair is a great way to learn more about living gluten free. (personal preference or medical condition) Come hungry and ready to try a variety of tasty gluten-free treats!

The Gluten Free Vendor Fair is open to the public and is FREE.


Questions; glutenfreefoodsrock@comcast.net / www.glutenfreefoodsrock.com
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SEPA Birth Circle - Lansdowne, PA

Check out the flyer for our first meeting! Sunday, June 27 1-4
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Greater Harrisburg Birth Circle

Greater Harrisburg Birth Circle

Monthly Meetings facilitated by Lexi Abeln, RN, CCE

First Tuesday of every month
6:30-8:30pm
Om Baby Pregnancy & Parenting Center
2201 Rear Market Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
717-761-4975
www.ombabycenter.com


For women to share their thoughts, feelings, wisdom, fears, joys, uncertainties, resources, solutions, ideas, and information about childbirth. We affirm that pregnancy, birth and parenthood are important parts of life and worthy of mindfulness and careful consideration.
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Birth Light Support Group - Camp Hill, PA

Birth Light Support Group

Monthly Meetings facilitated by Lexi Abeln, RN, CCE

Second Tuesday of every month
6:30-8:30pm
Om Baby Pregnancy & Parenting Center
2201 Rear Market Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
717-761-4975

For many, childbirth is one of the most amazing, fulfilling experiences of one’s life. However, unforeseen, difficult, disappointing, and sometimes traumatic events in your birthing experience may leave women and their partners feeling confused, shocked, hurt, isolated and empty. With these unexpected births, many women will feel a sense of failure. Giving birth to a healthy baby is always important, but does not automatically erase a mother’s or parent’s feelings of inadequacy related to their birth.

The Birth Light support group is a safe place for women and partners to gather into a supportive community who needs to process through unexpected and sometimes traumatic birth experiences. Birth Light is a place to tell your story and listen to others’ stories as we begin to weave through the process of healing.

Birth Light is for anyone who feels they may need support in working through their childbirth experience, regardless of how long it’s been since their birth.
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Mindful Parenting Support Group - Camp Hill, PA

Monthly Mindful Parent Support Group
Facilitated by Joshua O'Brien
(First Meeting on July 27, 2010)
4th Tuesday of every month from 6:30 to 7:30pm
Children are welcome too!

Om Baby Pregnancy & Parenting Center
2201 Rear Market Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
717-761-4975

This event is free, but please consider making a small donation to help defray costs.

“Life is here to teach us as we go along, and parenting is just one very special course - with no textbook. We just have to show up for class each and every moment.” ~ Julie Kailus

At the heart of Mindful Parenting is the desire to be more fully human rather than being the perfect parent. Mindfulness Meditation and Mindful Parenting skills can help you learn how to respond instead of react, experience more “being” and less “doing," foster a greater connection and attunement with yourself and your loved ones, manage daily parenting and family life with increased joy and decreased stress, and to take time to care for your own wellbeing.

“Mindful parenting is a way of riding the roller coaster with your eyes open, your mind clear, your body relaxed, and your spirit and heart involved – rather than clutching on for dear life, clenching shut, and not really enjoying the ride at all. In some ways, it’s about riding it for all it’s worth.” ~ Cassandra Vieten, Ph.D.
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