Conducting Enjoyable Events for the Gluten-Free Community

Upcoming Celiac-related Events                                                     

  • Quarterly Support Group (Ongoing)

    The Seattle Children’s Celiac Disease Program, in collaboration with the Celiac Youth Leadership Council, hosts quarterly support groups open to all

    Email [email protected] to join listserv and find out about support group events.

    Facebook Online Support Group: Pacific Northwest Celiac Kids

  • Running from Gluten 5k

    The Celiac Guild supporting Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Celiac Program presents the 2024 Running from Gluten!  The event will take place on Saturday May 18, 2023 at Magnuson Park.

    We plan to host the event in person this year. If you can't make it in person, but want to participate, please email us at: [email protected]

    $25 for 5K/10K Children 12 and Under*

    $35 for 5K/10K Teens 13 to 17*

    $40 for 5K Adults (18+)

    $45 for 10K Adults (18+)

    includes registration fees

    Register by April 21st, 2024 to be entered into our Early Bird Registration Drawing!


    We want our whole community to be able to participate, so if you need financial assistance, please contact us at [email protected]. Subject: RFG Financial Aid

    *includes registration fees.  

    **No additional purchase necessary to enter, win, or claim prize.

  • Camp Sealth Gluten Free camp week

    GIG will be running their camp during Session 5: July 29-August 3rd, 2024

    Kids can enroll in any in-camp program during the designated GIG week. Most other special diets can be accommodated in addition to gluten intolerance.

    The Gluten Intolerance Group provides healthy gluten-free alternatives for kids who are gluten intolerant or with gluten/wheat allergies.

    Staff and volunteers from the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) partner with Camp Sealth during one week of the summer to prepare gluten-free meals and snacks for kids with Celiac disease. Food is prepared in a separate, gluten-free kitchen.

    For questions about registering for the GIG session at Camp Sealth, contact Kim at [email protected] or by phone at 206-463-3174.

    For questions about food, cooking facilities, or preparation, contact the Gluten Intolerance Group at [email protected].

    Financial Assistance
    Financial assistance is available from the Gluten Intolerance Group!

Past Events                                           

  • Beyond Celiac Archived Webinars

    Here you will find PDFs and links to past Webinars available for download. 

  • National Celiac Association's archived webinars

    The National Celiac Association and the Harvard Medical School Celiac Research Program are co-hosting a series of 75-minute virtual meetings. Speakers present on selected topics for 60 minutes, followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer period.

  • Insights & Information to Inspire Your Gluten-Free Life

    Recorded webinar:

    Please join us at GIG’s 2023 first quarter experts. Among the many topics which may be addressed are: traveling, getting all the nutrients you need while enjoying your gluten-free diet, avoiding cross-contact, social support, adapting to changed relationships, eating out, and getting appropriate medical follow-up.

  • CYE Summer Camp 2023

    We are very excited to announce that the CYE Summer Camp 2023 will take place in Portugal!

    There’s no set date yet but you can reserve the last 2 weeks of August 2023!

    We know it’s been a few years without Summer Camp because of covid so… let’s make this happen and join us!

    Follow @cyesummercamp on facebook to stay updated on all news about the Summer Camp! You can see our instagram page on @portugalsummercampcye.


    *Note: this camp is for ages 18-30

  • Camp Arroya 2023

    Camp Celiac was founded in 2007.  At 138-acre Camp Arroyo, Camp Celiac's campers, counselors, and junior counselors eat delicious gluten-free food and enjoy traditional camp activities such as a ropes course, rock climbing, zip-lining, swimming, archery, arts and crafts, talent share, skit night, and outdoor sports. Three meals a day without having to ask if any of the foods are gluten free is life changing for many campers and staff! Camp Celiac is in person at Camp Arroyo for summer 2023!  

    *Please note: Camp is already full, but a waitlist is available

  • The Spectrum of Celiac Disease and Response to the Gluten-Free Diet-2023 Webinar

    Convening experts from around the country, this activity will offer insight into a variety of experiences and research as well as provide highlights of the most current information by experts relating to celiac disease and the response to the gluten-free diet. It will focus on diagnosis, gluten challenge, and healing. It will provide information about the latest research and clinical approaches, and it will educate participants about the future of this disease so they can provide better care to their patients.

    *This activity is designed for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, researchers, other healthcare professionals, and patients dedicated to improving the diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease.

    Register here

  • Transitioning to College Webinar

    We want to provide you with the best tips and advice for all of your life events when living with Celiac Disease.  Transitioning to College is an exciting time, but also a little bit intimidating when you are living with Celiac.  Watch our recorded webinar with guest Andrea Tucker founder of Gluten free college 101, Lucy and Erica who are current college students, and Dr. Dale Lee from the Seattle Childrens Celiac program. 

    Watch Zoom recording here

    Andrea Tucker-Founder of Gluten free college 101

  • Gluten Free Intolerance camp ( AUG 9-14) 2021

  • Dr. Lee & Anne on The Celiac Project Podcast

    The Celiac Project Podcast is Michael Frolichstein’s second Celiac Disease project. On April 28, 2021, he invited Dr. Lee and Anne Moon onto the podcast to speak about Celiac Disease, Seattle Children’s  Celiac Disease Program, and how our program supports our community. Listen in here!

  • Celiac Project Screening

    In December of 2020, we hosted a virtual screening of Michael Frolichstein’s film “The Celiac Project" open to the Seattle Children’s Celiac Disease Program Celiac program listserv members.

  • Capitol Cider Kitchen

    In January 2020, Capitol Cider welcomed our Celiac Disease Program families into their restaurant to learn how to make a few of their dishes, talk about gluten-free cooking and baking, and to share a meal. 

  • Support Group Events, including

    • Family Spring Picnic at Magnuson Park
    • Gluten Free Beer Night at Ghostfish Brewing Company
    • Gluten Free Night at Mariners Game

  • Celiac Education Day

    Every April!

  • Virtual Event with GIG: "Celiac Disease: Getting the Support you Need"

    Celiac Disease getting the support you need banner

  • Gluten Free Food Drive: May 2021

    The month of May is Celiac Awareness Month and we invite those who are interested and able to join in our support of local food banks.

    Gluten Free Food Drive banner

    Click through to make a donation.

    1. University District Food Bank 

    -Select Gluten Free Food Drive when asked where to direct your gift

    1. Tukwila Pantry Food Bank

    -Optional designation for Gluten Free Food Drive

    1. Volunteers of America (Everett Food Bank) 

    -Select Monetary donation, donate to Everett Food Bank with dedication to Gluten Free Food Drive

  • Virtual Film Screening & Guest Panel: May 23, 2021

    Sharing stories is vital to community. We are fortunate to be able to host a virtual screening and panel for Michael Frolichstein’s film “The Celiac Project.” In the film, Michael shares his and his family’s Celiac Disease story and sheds light on the various challenges and setbacks that many people face on their road to reaching a Celiac Disease diagnosis.

    This virtual film screening includes a guest panel featuring filmmaker Michael Frolichstein; Cynthia Kupper, CEO of GIG; Jessica Ketcham, Celiac Parent & Advisory Board Member; Rachel Kay, Celiac Program Dietician; and GI MD Dale Lee.