Calling all NYC Celiacs and gluten free folk! I’m hosting a very special event with the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup Group in two weeks, and I would love to see you there! Link and invitation are below. Trust me, you won’t want to miss this one!
Join the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup Group for a private screening of
“The Celiac Project” documentary hosted by Pie By the Pound!
Sunday March 20th 1:00-3:00pm
Pie By the Pound
124 4th Avenue between 12th and 13th St
$25 per person
Includes all-you-can-eat pizza, one drink & dessert!
Meet other gluten free folk, watch the documentary, and join the discussion!
Purchase tickets here:
About the Film:
The Celiac Project is a dynamic, first-of-its-kind documentary about life before and after the diagnosis of Celiac Disease. Filmmaker, Michael Frolichstein, struggled with a series of “mystery ailments” before finally being diagnosed with Celiac disease at age 40. His journey to meet others who had suffered, as well as get answers from experts, led him to uncover more mysteries within his own family. His documentary explores what we can do individually and as a society to advance the conversation and raise awareness about the disease.
Want your very own copy of the DVD?
Members of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup Group receive $5 off their DVD purchase with code “celiac5”.
Visit www.celiacproject.com for more info and to purchase.
About Pie By The Pound:
Pie is a 14 year old, grab-and-go local artisanal pizza hangout specializing in Gluten Free (pizza, truffle grilled sandwiches, cider, beer, and desserts). Pie By the Pound serves both gluten free and regular pizza, taking every precaution to reduce the risk of cross contamination.
Note: RSVPing on the Meetup site does not guarantee you a spot. You must pay for the event in advance through the link above. This is a non-refundable event. No cancellations or refunds.
*Disclaimer: the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup Group and its event organizers cannot be held responsible for any negative reaction that you may experience from food/drink at an event. It is always up to the individual attendees to make decisions regarding where and what they eat. This is not your home kitchen, so remember it is eat at your own risk.