39th Annual Brooklyn County Share A Day

39th Annual Brooklyn County Share A Day

Date TBD
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf
260 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY  11225
Near the 2, 3, 4, 5 at Franklin Ave and S at Botanic Garden (which connect to the Prospect Park B and Q stop).

Suggested donation from groups = $50
(Checks made payable to AA Brooklyn County General Service, PO Box 170582, Brooklyn, NY  11217 – with BCSAD 2017 in the memo).

If you would like you can now donate to Share A Day securely through paypal: (Donations are earmarked for Share A Day)

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Theme: TBD

Brooklyn County Share A Day is a one day free event consisting of AA solution focused workshops, panels and meetings on various topics. In addition to many meetings, there will be Brooklyn County Informational Tables, a Keynote speaker and Sobriety Countdown. We hope that several meetings each will be conducted in Spanish, Polish & Russian throughout the day and that translation for the big meeting will be available in languages requested. Breakfast and lunch will be served and coffee and tea will be available for the duration. We also invite our friends from Al-Anon/ Alateen, SENY, New York and Brooklyn Intergroup to participate.

This event is currently in its planning stages and could use the help of any AA who can donate his or her service and time. An intent of the event is to represent all areas of the borough so all are invited and encouraged to participate. T



Coming Soon: See website for current information including dates & directions, or check with your group GSR.

Any questions please contact >>>shareaday@brooklynaa.org <<<.
We are also available to come to your group’s business meeting to talk about Share A Day.

There are service positions available (time sensitive and not) which include: program, outreach, hospitality, food, set-up, clean-up, translating flyers, translation, greeters, special needs, etc…

Please contact shareaday at brooklynaa dot org with any questions.


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