The 2021 Capitol Jamboree Kickoff and Capitol Jamboree are Happening! (Online)

Sobriety is not canceled! Our mission to share our community’s enthusiasm for sobriety with the newcomer and share experience, strength, and hope with all people affected by the disease of alcoholism is as important as ever. We are getting together to celebrate recovery with AA and Al-Anon speakers, panels, and workshops and welcome you to join us.

Virtual Capitol Jamboree Kickoff

Saturday, April 10, 2021

Come connect with our virtual fellowship in an evening to support our Annual Capitol Jamboree. Together, we can share our experience, strength, and hope online. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm and Zoom will open at 6 pm for an opportunity to build fellowship.

Click here for more details about the kickoff.


Virtual Capitol Jamboree

Friday, June 11, and Saturday, June 12, 2021

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Join us for an opportunity for fellowship, connection, and sharing the message of recovery. Setting aside what we think we know of how to get sober, we gather together to share our experience, strength, and hope through speakers, panels, and workshops- online! There is a Solution! More details are available here

Registration is now OPEN! Click here to register on Zoom. 

Want to support the Capitol Jamboree?

We continue to have expenses while creating both the Capitol Jamboree Kickoff and Capitol Jamboree. For more information on how you can donate to support our mission, click here.

Local meetings continue; limited in-person, online, and hybrid. Our District 8 Gratitude Banquet and other virtual conferences have demonstrated that we CAN continue to strengthen our fellowship despite continuing health restrictions on large group gatherings. We look forward to seeing you online.


For AA meetings, go to:

or locally:

For Al-Anon meetings:

To sign up for ongoing information use the form below.