A plain language translation of the first 164 pages of the Alcoholics Anonymous book at the ninth-grade reading level is currently in development. Learn more about its origins, purpose and development at this informational session hosted by CA Northern Coastal Area 06 on Sunday, January 14 @ 1pm.
A.A. History Special Continues
Sobriety by the Bay
This weekend is the 7th Annual Sobriety by the Bay conference. The 3-day event allows A.A. members to jump into service, hear powerful speakers from all over the country and get into action. The 2024 conference is at Redemption Church in San Jose. Get tickets here.
Reminder: Marin Pop-Up Bookstore
Monday is the next monthly pop-up bookstore in Marin. Need a new book to read with a sponsee or pamphlets to offer at your meeting? Pre-purchase your A.A. literature and chips by today (Friday) @ 4pm via the online bookstore for pick-up on Monday, January 15 at the Marin General Service meeting in the Jackson Cafe at Vivalon (930 Tamalpais Avenue, San Rafael). Select A.A. literature will also be available for purchase 6:45-9pm.
Winter Wonder Dance Party
Marin Fellowship Committee is hosting a Winter Wonder Dance Party on January 20 at the Mt. Tamalpais United Methodist Church in Mill Valley. The A.A. meeting starts at 6pm, followed by dancing from 7 to 10pm.
Central Office Holiday Closure: January 13
Central Office will be closed tomorrow in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. On January 16, it will resume regular hours of operation, which are Tuesday to Friday 10am-6pm and Saturdays 12-4pm.