All Meetings Are Open to the Public;
no fee is required to attend
regular meetings; small nominal fees may be charged for special
TCDRI is non-profit, and supported by volunteers.
Donations are requested to assist with holding support meetings,
providing presentations regarding Celiac Disease and healthy lifestyle
choices, and, reporting on and contributing to research regarding the
treatment of Celiac Disease.
Patients, families and
interested healthcare professionals are welcome to join our regular
scheduled meetings which are held at the Mercy Auditorium across
St. Peter's Hospital, 310 South Manning Blvd., Albany, New
Registration is at 6:45 pm
& Meetings begin at 7:00 pm.
Please use the Front Entrance facing South Manning Blvd.
Free Parking is available in the Parking Lot on the side of
building - Look for the Yellow Event Signs and see Free Parking
Guests should enter the Mercy Auditorium by walking to
the front of the building on South Manning Blvd. (which faces St.
Peter's Hospital). Enter through the first set of doors to your left - A
sign will be posted on the door (Celiac Meeting).
Free Parking: From New Scotland Ave.,
turn onto South Manning Blvd., Take 2nd right. Follow the driveway
towards the back of the building. There will be plenty of parking in the
parking lot to your right. The gate will be open or you may park in the
parking spaces behind the building. There is no charge for parking
and there are no parking tickets to validate.
- We share health & nutritional information while
providing each other with encouragement and support. Offer lectures by
experts in the field of Celiac Disease. Develop educational programs
to increase public awareness. Offer a extensive literature and lending
library. Enjoy gluten free snacks, meals and parties.
- Share baking tips and recipes.
Members receive regular flyers regarding Celiac news and
issues, social events and a reminder about upcoming meetings and details
on scheduled programs.
The group is run entirely by volunteers. Dues pay for
mailings, our website, refreshments, subscriptions to national Celiac
newsletters, magazines, reference books and cook books which are
available to our members to review.
Late Spring 2012
December 10, 2011