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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM Dawn Patrol Good Shepherd Church 2140 Main St Wailuku English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Upon Awakening Calvery Chapel 320 Ohukai Rd Kihei English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM To Thine Own Self Be True Waipuilani Park 99 W Waipuilani Rd Kihei Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Outdoor Meeting   Speaker
7:00 AM Kihei Morning Serenity Keolahou Church 177 S Kihei Rd Kihei English   Newcomer   Open Meeting
7:00 AM Honokowai Beach Meeting Honokowai Beach Park Honokōwai Beach Park Lahaina English   Open Meeting   Outdoor Meeting
7:00 AM Upcountry Sunrise Po'okela Church 200 Olinda Rd Makawao English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
7:30 AM TTOSBT Maui Online Kihei, HI 96753 Kihei English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Pono Promises Maui H.A. Baldwin Park, Baldwin Park Paia English   Open Meeting   Outdoor Meeting
7:30 AM Spiritual Awakening Kamaole Beach Park 3 Kamaole Beach Park III, S Kihei Rd Kihei 11th Step Meditation   Daily Reflections   Discussion +   English   Open Meeting   Outdoor Meeting
8:00 AM 12X12 Online-Lahania Online Lahaina, HI Lahaina English   Step Meeting
11:00 AM Under the Tree Waipuilani Park 99 W Waipuilani Rd Kihei 11th Step Meditation   English   Outdoor Meeting
12:00 PM Food for Thought Haliimaile Community Complex 75 Makomako St Makawao English   Open Meeting   Temporary Closure
12:00 PM Ohana Step Study (ocean side) Wahikuli Wayside Park Wahikuli Wayside Park, Wayside Park, HI-30 Lahaina English   Outdoor Meeting   Step Meeting +   Tradition Study
5:00 PM Maui Sunset Waipuilani Park 99 W Waipuilani Rd Kihei Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Outdoor Meeting   Speaker
5:30 PM Happy Hour Kalama Park 1990 S Kihei Rd Kihei English   Open Meeting   Outdoor Meeting
6:00 PM Hana Group - Hana Hou Wananalua Church 10 Hauoli Rd Hana Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:30 PM Kapalua Spinners Kapalua Spinners 100 Kapalua Drive Lahaina Open Meeting
6:30 PM Spinners Pineapple Grill 100 Kapalua Dr Lahaina English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Misfit Toys Calvery Chapel 320 Ohukai Rd Kihei English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Friendly Island Fellowship Online - Molokai Online Moloka‘i, Hawaii Kualapuu English   Open Meeting

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Wailuku, Hawaii AA Meetings

Wailuku is a census-designated place in Maui County, Hawaii; the area is located on the island of Maui, west of Kahului’s Lao Valley. Those with alcohol addiction, living or working in the area may be interested in finding AA meetings in Wailuku. There are several AA meetings Hawaii in the region. When beginning any new endeavor—including starting in recovery— getting started can be challenging, particularly when attending your first AA group. There’s usually a learning curve, such as when attempting to understand the jargon. For example, you may be wondering about the difference between an AA meeting and an AA group. Most often, AA members gather to meet in a designated place and time in AA groups. Some members choose to hold AA meetings that differ from the standard definition of an AA group (as defined by AA’s third tradition). Meetings may involve gatherings at a prearranged place and time for special situations (such as mens’ groups, doctors’ groups, or other specialized groups). On the other hand, AA groups must open their doors to any person who desires to quit drinking. When the gathering comprises people with alcohol use disorders, aimed at helping other recovering people, regardless of gender, profession, or other characteristics, it is considered an AA group.

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