2020 National Celiac Conference

Save the date for the National Celiac Conference: October 24, 2020

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Hope you can attend this event planned by the Harvard Medical School Celiac Research Program and NCA. The National Celiac Conference will be jam-packed with the latest medical and scientific information from some of your favorite doctors as well as speakers from across the country and plenty of food. Please plan to attend this premium conference.

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Event Sponsors

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Gluten-Free Expo!

A Gluten-Free Expo with over 50 vendor tables will be held during the conference. Contact us if you're interested in being a vendor!

Plenty of Delicious Meals

Event admission will include large gluten-free buffet meals for breakfast and lunch. Meals will also include dairy-free and lactose-fee options.

Where To Stay & Dine

The conference will be held at the Four Points by Sheraton Norwood Hotel in Norwood, MA. The hotel is holding a block of discounted rooms under the name “Celiac Conference.” The rooms will be available at a reduced rate until September 12, 2020. There are two restaurants in the hotel that offer gluten-free options, and there are many other eating establishments in the immediate area as well as Boston proper.

How To Get Here

There are two airports near the conference: Logan Airport in Boston (24 miles) and Greene Airport in Providence, RI (38 miles). Taxi or a car service is the best way to get to the hotel. There is no readily accessible public transportation.

What To Do in Boston

The city of Boston has a rich early American history and there are many interesting sights to see; Paul Revere’s house in the North End and Old Ironsides in Charlestown are only two of many historic sites. There are walking tours, bus tours, swan boat rides on the Boston Common, Duck Boat rides, and you won’t want to miss the New England Aquarium.

Museums offer a wide variety of culture, art, history and fun:

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