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Upcoming Workshops

Grapevine Workshop
Saturday, May 17 12noon-1:30pm
after the District 6 meeting
at the Līhu‘e Neighborhood Center
3353 Eono Street


A.A. Meeting Updates

Men's 3pm Step Study in Līhu‘e
meeting has been discontinued

Young People's Meeting
now starts at 7pm
still at the First Hawaiian Church in Kapa'a

NEW:  Meditation Meeting
at 11:15am in Kapaʻa
First Hawaiian Church Fellowship Hall

Whiskey and Milk "Stick Meeting"
Wednesdays at 7:30pm - Temporarily during Lent
will meet at the Koloa Library, 3223 Poipu Rd.
After Easter Sunday - April 20th - will return to
the Koloa Union Church at 3289 Poipu Rd.

Waimea Canyon Group
5:30pm in Waimea has moved to the
Smokey Valley Clubhouse
(neighborhood center)
4700 Ala Wai Road, Waimea


NEW:  Waimea Beginners' Meeting flyer
Living Sober Book Study
5:30pm at the Smokey Valley Clubhouse
(neighborhood center)
4700 Ala Wai Road, Waimea

Women's 2pm meeting in Līhu‘e
at McKenna Recovery Center
has been discontinued

 Alcoholics Anonymous on Kaua'i  
(808) 245-6677                    
E Komo Mai  -- Welcome



*indicates meeting changes since
last schedule published



      Please call our 24-hour Hotline at (808) 245-6677           
  if you or your organization need help or any information.


Alcoholics 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 alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. 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 causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
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Q.  Why not list individuals’ names and phone numbers?


This excerpt from the A.A.® Guidelines - Internet explains:


 We observe all A.A.’s principles and Traditions on our Web sites.  Since anonymity is “the spiritual foundation of all our Traditions,”  we practice anonymity on A.A. Web sites at all times. An A.A. Web site is a public medium, which has the potential for reaching the broadest possible audience and, therefore, requires the same safeguards that we use at the level of press, radio and film.


The Guideline further addresses “netiquette” regarding use of telephone numbers on flyers for AA events:


Due to search services on the Internet, it is now possible to utilize phone numbers to find out a person’s identity, including full names and, possibly, other personal information.

For this reason we ask that all contact information be submitted to the website committee to provide to the Hotline volunteers.

 Q. Why is the Hotline Volunteers tab password protected?


Hotline volunteers use the 12-Step call list when answering phones for Kaua‘i AA.  The contact information for those 12-Step volunteers is confidential.