Saturday, January 21
CANY Comedy Show
7 PM - 11:15 PM
St. Jacobus Church
Woodside, Queens
Three Speaker meeting
and Comedy Show!

A number of meetings have changed time and/or location. Please spread the word while our meeting list is being updated:

  • The Monday afternoon Meditation Meeting at St Johns Lutheran Church at 83 Christopher St. has changed time by 30 minutes and now meets from 12-1 PM.

  • The Monday night "It Works If You Work It" LGBT meeting is permanently closed.

  • The Monday night "West Side Story" meeting will not meet at All Angles Church during the month of January due to a problem at the church. Instead it will meet at Danielle's apartment, located at 341 West End Avenue Apt 1B (corner of 76th St) on Mondays from 7:30-8:30 PM until further notice.

  • The Wednesday evening Chelsea Serenity meeting that was held at Friends House has relocated to The Realization Center at 19 Union Square West (entrance at 25 E 15 ST). The meeting time has also moved forward by 30 minutes and now starts at 6:30 PM.

  • The Thursday night "Promises, Promises" meeting that was held at The Mustard Seed has relocated to Friends House at 130 E 25th St (corner of 25th and Lexington) and now meets from 7-8 PM.

There is a new CA meeting on Staten Island, Friday nights at 7 PM at Carl's House, 585 Veteran's Rd WE, Staten Isalnd, NY 10309 (Pep Boys parking lot)

The next Area meeting will be held at The GMHC on Wednesday, January 11 at 7 PM. Please note that you must have a photo ID to enter the building.

Area elections will take place on January 11, 2017 and new officers will assume their roles on February 8. Here is the official 2017 CANY Election Notice. If you are looking to be of service at the Area level, please come to this important Area meeting and help fill these positions!

Are you a GSR? Area meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7 PM at The GMHC at 446 W 33rd St, New York, NY 10001.

Please take this new 2016 anonymous Public Information Survey from the CA World Service Organization.


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