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Fargo AA 71st Fall Round-Up

Start date: November 3, 2018

End date: November 4, 2018

Time: 5pm - 10pm

Location: 722-2 nd Ave. N., FARGO, N.D.

SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 3, 2018
Sons of Norway
722-2 nd Ave. N., FARGO, N.D.

5:00 PM Registration
5:30 PM Banquet Dinner
7:00 PM Al-Anon Speaker:
Marcie F. Moorhead MN
8:00 PM AA Speaker: Ron R.
Bismarck ND
9:00 PM Ice Cream Social

Founder’s Day Weekend 2018

Start date: November 23, 2018

End date: November 25, 2018

Location: 7800 Normandale Blvd, Bloomington, MN 55439

Celebrating 78 Years of AA in the Upper Midwest and Honoring AA Members with One Year of Soberiety!

Friday, Saturday and Sunday November 23-25

Register Online at www.FoundersDayMN.org

1st Annual NDYPAA

Start date: July 19, 2019

End date: July 21, 2019

Location: Ramada by Wyndham Hotel 1400 E Interchange Ave Bismarck, ND 58501

“The Pink Cloud: More than a feeling, a way of life”

July 19th, 20, 21 2019

The official name is North Dakota Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous. The “young” in NDYPAA is defined as room to grow and is simply meant as “attraction” not separation.

The first NDYPAA Committee meeting was held in 2018, and that little spark has flared into international excitement. The very first NDYPAA Conference will be held in Bismarck, ND in July of 2019. We trust that from there we will witness the birth of something truly AAmazing.

NDYPAA was founded for the purpose of providing a setting for annual recovery and celebration in Alcoholics Anonymous with emphasis on showing how people can get and stay sober through the program of AA, as well as be a vital part of AA as a whole.

The NDYPAA convention is open to ALL that suffer from Alcoholism; we seek NO separation from any part of AA. NDYPAA’s primary purpose is to provide a setting where members of Alcoholics Anonymous can come together and attend workshops, panels and hear speakers carry the vital message of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, The Twelve Traditions and the Twelve Concepts of Service. We welcome attendance from any member of AA.