Closed Meetings: Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon Family Groups, and Adult Children of Alcoholics meetings are generally Closed meetings unless otherwise stated. Closed meetings are limited to members and prospective members only and listed as "Closed" in the meeting schedules.

Open Meetings: Open meetings are for anyone who is interested in AA, Al-Anon or ACOA. If a meeting is "Open" it will be so designated on the published schedule. Open meetings can be attended by students, professionals, and other non-members interested in learning more about the recovery programs. The designation of a meeting as "Open" does not change the meetings primary purpose of the group.  Each group has but one primary purpose - to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers (From Tradition Five).

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Day Time Meeting Type Group Name Physical Address Action
Tuesday 19h30 Open Cambridge Group 19 Hebbe Street, Cambridge, East London
Monday 19h30 Open East London Group Catholic Church Hall, Corner Caxton & Rhodes Streets, Quigney, East London
Wednesday 19:30 Closed (Big Book Study Group) East London Group Catholic Church Hall, Corner Caxton & Rhodes Streets, Quigney, East London
Saturday 15h00 Open Gaan Aan Ladies Group Catholic Church Hall, Corner Caxton & Rhodes Streets, Quigney, East London
Thursday 19h30 Open Gonubie Group Gonubie Baptist Church, 2 Watsonia Crescent, Gonubie
Monday 19h30 Open Grahamstown Protea Group Princess Alice Hall, 18 African Street, Grahamstown
Tuesday 19h30 Closed Kenton-on-Sea Group Methodist Church Hall, Corner Kenton & Kariega Roads, Kenton-on-Sea
Tuesday 19h30 Open (1st Tuesday) Kenton-on-Sea Group Methodist Church Hall, Corner Kenton & Kariega Roads, Kenton-on-Sea
Tuesday 19:30 Open King Williams Town Group Holy Trinity Church Hall, 88 Alexandra Road, King Williams Town
Thursday 19h00 Closed Port Alfred Group Goodwill Centre, Campbell Street, Port Alfred
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