Gluten-Free Community Beach Party Hosted by Gluten Free Calendar Scheduled for August 10th in Phoenix

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On Saturday, August 10th, Phoenix locals can enjoy a gluten-free beach party hosted by Gluten Free Calendar. Vendors, gluten-free goodies, prizes, special guests and a kids fun zone make this a true community celebration.

Phoenix Celebrate Celiac™ Community Gluten-Free Event

"These events not only allow us to raise celiac awareness but but also show people that it can be fun! We truly find ways to create Unity in the Gluten Free Community™," said Chandice Probst Founder, Gluten Free Calendar.

Phoenix locals can enjoy the exciting community Celebrate Celiac™ gluten-free event hosted by Gluten Free Calendar on August 10th from 1:30-4:30 at Ultimate Consignment who is the venue sponsor, just south of Chase Field prior to the Celiac Awareness Night Dbacks game.

Guests will enjoy a gluten-free beach party complete with misters to keep cool, cold treats and even hula dancing performances as well as mini hula instruction classes. Attendees can also look forward to meeting and mingling with others who are living gluten-free whether due to celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity or as a lifestyle choice. Vendors, gluten-free snacks, a kids fun zone that includes a bounce house, face painting and an art station and prizes like autographed books, product and gift cards are just a few more things guests can look forward too.

Special guest, Kirin Christianson, Mrs. Arizona 2011 and Founder of Red Haute Mama who lives with gluten sensitivity will be doing a meet and greet and addressing the crowd. Arizona's own Local Motors Rally Fighter will also be on site for guests to take photos with and learn more about. Guests can ask questions to local gluten-free bloggers including Erica of Celiac and the Beast and support group leaders who will be at the event.

"These events not only allow us to raise awareness for celiac disease and the gluten-free lifestyle but also show people that it can be fun! We truly find ways to create Unity in the Gluten Free Community™," said Chandice Probst Founder, Gluten Free Calendar.

The event will take place at Ultimate Consignment 475 East Lincoln Street Phoenix, AZ from 1:30-4:30 pm on Saturday August 10, 2013. The first 250 attendees will receive a gift bag to carry their gluten-free goodies. Udi's Gluten Free and Glutino are the title sponsors for the event. Delight Gluten Free Magazine and Gluten Free Living Magazine are the media sponsors. Both have featured the event in their May/June issues.

Following the community Celebrate Celiac™ event will be the Celiac Awareness Night with the Arizona Diamondbacks. A portion of each discounted group game ticket sold through Gluten Free Calendar's website will benefit the Celiac Disease Foundation. "The Celiac Disease Foundation is the leader in raising celiac awareness and providing education. We are excited to be raising money through these group game ticket sales for them to continue their work," said Chandice Probst, Founder of Gluten Free Calendar. Game tickets may be purchased by visiting

For media inquiries or to learn more about Gluten Free Calendar hosted events, please contact Chandice Probst at chandice(at)glutenfreecalendar(dot)com.

About Gluten Free Calendar:

The ultimate connection to gluten-free and celiac events is Gluten Free Calendar™. From support groups, expos and in-store demos to Gluten Free Calendar™ hosted awareness nights, individuals will finally be able to find all gluten-free and celiac events in one place. Gluten Free Calendar™ prides itself in being a give-back company.

With Unity in the Gluten Free Community™ as the companies slogan, they look forward to achieving just that through Nationwide Celebrate Celiac™ events and Gluten Free and Celiac Awareness Nights they host with professional athletic teams around the nation. Gluten Free Calendar™ works diligently to raise awareness for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity as well as proceeds for research facilities and related non-profit organizations. For more information, please visit

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