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Happy New Year [Co-op is OPEN]

 

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3

 

Festival of Sleep Day

 

4

 

National Trivia Day

National Spaghetti Day (RECIPES)

 

5

 

NATIONAL BIRD DAY

 

6

 

Golden Globe Awards

National Bean Day

 

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9

 
 
 

10

 

Heikinpaiva Mid-Winter Festival Kicks-off

 

11

 

National Milk Day

 

12

 

Winter FREE BEER SAMPLING Event

 

13

 

National Gluten-Free Day (RECIPES)

 

14

 

Finlandia Students/Faculty Report back to Classes

Michigan Tech University Students/Faculty Report Back to Classes

 

15

 

National Fresh Squeezed Juice Day (RECIPES)

 

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17

 

Ditch New Year's Resolutions Day

 

18

 

National Gourmet Coffee Day

 

19

 

National Popcorn Day

 

20

 

National Cheese Lovers Day

 

21

 

National Granola Bar Day

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

 

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23

 

National Pie Day

 

24

 

National Peanut Butter Day (RECIPES)

 

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26

 

Heikinpaiva Mid-Winter Festival Parade

 

27

 

2019 SAG Awards

 

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31

 

Hot Chocolate Day

 
  

January 13, 2019

National Gluten-Free Day (RECIPES)

Whether you're gluten-free or not, celebrating National Gluten-Free Day on Jan. 13 is still a possibility you should explore --- and kind of the whole point to why this day was coined in the first place. National Gluten-Free Day was first organized in 2014, according to Fed & Fit, in order to bring awareness to the community on the upsides (and hardships) of a gluten-free diet. So if you plan on dedicating the day to understanding this lifestyle, here's how to celebrate National Gluten Free-Day.

First, though, it's important understand what a gluten-free diet really is. Gluten is a name for the proteins found in wheat, rye, barley, triticale, and oats. These proteins are what holds products in their form --- products such as bread, baked goods, pasta, cereals, and more. Also, barley is an essential ingredient for beer, which is why gluten-free dieters stay away from it. Although gluten-free dieting has become a stylish eating habit, it is critical for those who have celiac disease to stay away from gluten because it's an autoimmune disease that actually damages the smaller intestine when gluten is consumed.

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