Families navigating the complex world of living with food allergies can enjoy a day at the Franklin Park Zoo for free, hosted by Boston Children's Hospital's Food Allergy Comprehensive Evaluation, Treatment and Support Program. This event is free for any family living with food allergies. Faculty from Boston Children's will be speaking throughout the day on various allergy-related topics. In addition, families can visit the "Ask the expert" table, where allergists, nurses, dietitians, social workers, and psychologists will be on hand to answer questions. Learn about food allergy related products and receive free samples at the vendor area, and meet and socialize with other families living with food allergies. All registered guests will have admission covered, as well as access to free train rides, face painting, and other activities. Only families with food allergies should register for this event here. Registration is required and space is limited. Sat., Sept. 28, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Franklin Park Zoo, One Franklin Park Rd., Dorchester. www.facebook.com/BCHAllergy
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