no need to RSVP.
The new location is:
Providence Portland in the basement classrooms #2 & 3
PPMC (Providence Portland Medical Center), Health Center Classrooms 2 & 3 on the lower level (officially: PPMC HCC 2,3)
Park on the 2nd floor of the parking lot. Walk towards the hospital. Take the pedestrian bridge. Take the elevator downstairs. We are straight down the hall.
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Are they still having a meeting tomorrow? The weather doesn't look like it's going to get any better.
0 · February 7, 2014
Hi. I can never make morning meetings due to debilitating stomach problems. Could this meeting sometimes be held in the later afternoon or evening?
0 · January 30, 2014
I personally don't run those meetings. You would have to contact Lisa Shaver.
0 · February 1, 2014
I run the meetings and they have been on the 2nd Saturday from 10-12 since before I was involved over 5 years ago. This MeetUp group might be a great fit for more flexible times.
0 · February 2, 2014
Does anyone here know the name of a Gluten-free Bakery in Portland? I heard that there is a great one! and I forgot to write its name down.
0 · January 26, 2014
There are a number of gluten free bakeries. Which part of town was the one you were interested in because I might be able to figure out which one.
New Cascadia Traditionals is good, in SE!
Petunia's Pie & Pastries - downtown - YUM!
Tula's Gluten-Free Bakery - NE MLK & Alberta - also yum!
Back To Eden.
Gluten-Free Gem http://www.glutenfree...
Crave Bakery in Lake Oswego.
We have 7 different 100% gluten-free bakeries in town. Crave in Lake Oswego, Liberated Baking in Gresham, New Cascadia Traditional on SE 6th and Market (just south of Hawthorne), GEM off of NE Broadway(near the Rose Garden/Moda Center), Tula GF Bakery on corner of NE Alberta and MLK, Petunia's Pies and Pastries downtown on SW 12th and Alder, and Back to Eden Bakery on NE Alberta and 22nd.
1 · February 2, 2014
Back to Eden and Petunias are vegan, so they are also dairy-free and egg-free.
Thank you so much, Teresa and Tracina!
1 · January 30, 2014
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