. Eastern Idaho
Idaho Meeting Announcements
Idaho Meeting Announcements
New women's meeting in Star, ID! The Broad Highway, meets at 7pm every Wednesday night at 102 S Main Street, Star, ID!
New young people's meeting in Twin Falls, ID! Forever young, meets at 9pm every Saturday night at 999 Frontier, Twin Falls, ID! All ages welcome.
SNL is now meeting at 5:30 every day of the week! Come on down to SNL now at 5:30! All other meeting times are the same.
11 (Ontario, OR) Business Meeting
has changed its meeting location! The meeting now meets at 5pm, the 4th Sunday of every month at St Matthews Episcopal Church, 802 SW 5th St in Ontario, OR
. Shoulder to Shoulder Group of AA Every Monday at 7:30pm, at the Blazing Grace Church, 1250 Pershing, Pocatello, ID
. AA First Friday His & Hers! Speaker Meeting On the first Friday of every month from 7:00pm to 8:30pm, at the United Methodist Church, 651 N. Eagle Rd. (For more information on the meeting format see the flyer!)
. Sunday SNL Women's Meeting has changed when it meets! This is a great meeting for moms with kids or any woman looking for good sobriety and fellowship.
4 (Nampa / Caldwell) Business Meeting and
Potluck Birthday Dinner has changed
locations! The new location is at
the First Christian Church, 619 12th Av. S. in
Nampa, ID - the meeting times are the same,
District 4 busines meeting is at 4pm and the
potluck birthday dinner is at 6:30pm on the
second Saturday of every month starting March
Discussion Meeting in Eagle, Boise - "There is
Monday thru Thursday at Noon, at the Foothills
Christian Church, 9655 W. State Street, East
Atrium, Eagle, ID
. "TGIF Speak
& Eat" Monthly Meeting, Sponsored by
3rd Friday of Every Month at the Alano Club,
3820 Cassiah, Boise, ID
. The Kuna
Group invites anyone to attend our open meeting
Monday and Thursday 7:00PM
500 E Deer Flat Rd, next to the Kuna Life
Church (Adjacent to the High School)
Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who
share their experience, strength and hope with
each other that they may solve their common
problem and help others to recover from
. The only requirement for AA membership
is a desire to stop drinking.
. There are no dues or fees for AA
membership; we are self-supporting through our
. AA is not allied with any sect,
denomination, politics, organization or
institution; does not wish to engage in any
controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help
other alcoholics to achieve
The AA Grapevine Inc. Reprinted with
Adventures in Sobriety (Presented by District 8)
9:00am, October 17th, 2015
Nazarene Church, 1308 W Euclid, Boise, ID
TVICO Presents - The Big Book Breakdown - How we use the book to work the 12 steps
October 23rd & 24th, 2015
Red Rock Christian Church, 1124 S. Roosevelt, Boise, ID
20th Annual Gratitude Dinner!
5:00pm, November 7th, 2015
Boys and Girls Club, Boise, ID
19th Annual Hermiston Oyster Feed!
6:00pm, November 7th, 2015
Hermiston Conference Center, 415 S. Hwy 395, Hermiston, OR
Honoring AA's Old Timers - Volunteer's Needed!
5:30pm, November 14th, 2015
Magic Valley Fellowship Hall, 801 2nd Avenue North, Twin Falls, ID
2016 (next year) Idaho Area 18 Spring Assembly!
May 27th,28th & 29th, 2016
The Riverside Hotel, Boise, ID
2016 (next year) Idaho Area 18 Fall Assembly!
October 7th,8th & 9th, 2016
Shoshone Bannock Hotel & Event Center, Fort Hall, ID
More upcoming, nationwide events can
be found at The AA Grapevine Calendar of
. Idaho Area 18
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