An open house to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Food for Good Thought Inc. gluten-free bakery is set for Saturday, July 30. The nonprofit operation, which also serves as a vocational rehabilitation facility for people with autism, is located at 4185 N. High St. in what had for years been a health food store.

An open house to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Food for Good Thought Inc. gluten-free bakery is set for Saturday, July 30. The nonprofit operation, which also serves as a vocational rehabilitation facility for people with autism, is located at 4185 N. High St. in what had for years been a health food store.

The open house will be held during regular store hours, noon to 4 p.m., according to the announcement from founder Audrey Todd, a clinical psychologist who has a son with autism.

Research Todd and her husband, Scott Bogner, conducted in the wake of son Liam's diagnosis has led them to believe there is a connection between gluten and autism.

Those attending the event will be invited to sample current and new gluten-free products, including cheesecake and "Pop Tarts," according to the invitation. There will also be a gift card raffle and taste-testing of a wedding cake.

The cutting of the cake is set for 1 p.m.