New! Just in time for the Kelowna 2012 conference, Ellen Bayens from theceliacscene.com has produced a terrific gluten-free restaurant map of the downtown area for next week’s Kelowna conference.
The map shows all the gluten-free restaurants within walking distance of downtown.
Click to download a PDF version
We’ll have these printed versions available at the conference registration desk.
Just in time for the Kelowna 2012 conference, Ellen Bayens from theceliacscene.com has produced some terrific gluten-free restaurant maps for the conference.
DOWNTOWN ON BERNARD AVENUE:
DOWNTOWN OFF BERNARD AVENUE:
ON HARVEY AVENUE (Highway 97):
PANDOSY STREET/LAKESHORE DRIVE:
For the Kids:
Popular Tourist Attractions:
See the Kelowna Overview map showing all restaurants, retailers, attractions and kids activities, denoted by color.
Have some fun – click on one of the colors at the bottom of the maps and behold!
By Don Lyons
Some time ago, I was seeking info on celiac eating in France. You were instrumental in me getting responses from a number of people, particularly from various Chapters. A big thank you Marie!
I did get some very helpful info, and will send in a report after our return in mid-October. In the interim, a couple of very useful items from what I’ve already learned:
- A Dr. Scharr, GF products manufacturer, apparently has very good products under the “Schar” brand, and 8,000 shops worldwide carry them. (Note web spelling is different) www.schaer.com
- The French celiac assn. is Association Francaise Des Intolerants Au Gluten (AFDIAG), 15 rue d’hauteville – 75010 Paris, France e-mail: email@example.com Website www.afdiag.org
- Best sources for GF foods in France are natural food stores (magasin bio, or magasin biologique)
There is a huge natural foods store not too far south of the Seine River’s Ile de Cite and Ile St. Louis, called Dietetique Mouffetard www.dietetiquemouffetare.fr located at 96 rue mouffetard (between Metro stns. Place Monge and Censier-Daubenton) They have parking, and speak French, English, Italian, German. I plan to shop there the day we arrive!