Queens Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
 Queens Intergroup Of Alcoholics Anonymous

105-29A Metropolitan Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375
3 doors
OFF Metropolitan Avenue
(Behind the Sweet Shop on 72nd Rd  | Street level - no stairs)
Expanded Office Hours: Monday 3 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Tuesdays & Thursdays  from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Saturdays 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Call ahead
Queens Intergroup Mail:  QIAA,  P.O. Box 754088,  Forest Hills Station,  N.Y. 11375-9088
Office telephone: 718 520 5024
Your May 2017 Meeting Book is available.  More Meeting Book Information here.
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 Temporary changes  
College Point - Malba (Whitestone) will not Meet on December 25th.
New Shades (BaysIde) will not Meet on December 25th, or January 1st. - New Years Day.
New Life (Middle Village) will not have the 10:30 AM Meeting on December 25th., there will be a 7:30 PM Meetng.
Whitestone will not Meet on December 24th. but will Meet on December 31st. - New Years Eve.

Most recent:

as of August 21st. 2017
"Keep It Simple".  A Beginners Meeting on
Tuesdays at 11:00 AM.  At: 96-09 Springfield Boulevard
and Jamaica Avenue.  Building houses The Grace
Tabernacle Church - across from the L.I.R.R.
Queens Village Station.  Handicapped accessible.
See their flyer.

as of September 12th. 2017
The Bayside Group has cancelled the Wednesday
Beginners (8:30) Meeting.  Also, there will be
no Meetings
on Monday, November 20th., closed for the day.

as of October 1st. 2017
The Rego Park Group has asked that the notation about
"limited seating" be removed from their listing.
Sunday - Closed Meeting at 9:30 AM.

as of October 14th. 2017
"Primary Purpose Group".  A Beginners
Meeting on Tuesdays at 7:30 in Middle Village.
Community United Methodist Church
75-27 Metropolitan Avenue.

as of November 8th. 2017
"From the Ashes" (College Point) has cancelled the
Sunday Beginners Meeting.  The Wednesday Closed
at 7:30 has not been affected.

as of November 16th. 2017
The "Hand In Hand Workshop" (St. Albans).
We have made corrections to their listings.
Please follow the link.

"Just For Today" (Maspeth) is temporarily Meeting at the
Tranfiguration address due to renovations at their location.
Follow the link for the address, and see their flyer.

 "Women In Recovery" will begin
Meeting on Wednesday, December 6th. at 7:00 in
Maspeth, a Closed Meeting at the
St. Stanislaus Church Rectory (basement)
57-15 61st. Street
see their flyer.

as of December 10th. 2017
"Safe Harbor" (Jamaica North) is no longer Meeting.

If you need to update your Group's listing,
(or are starting a new Group),
you will find the forms


Holiday Commitments here
You or your Group can still do service.
There are a few commitments available.
Queens Speaker Exchange
and Group Reps Meeting
Saturday, March 3rd, 2018
Exchange Meeting - 7:30 AM
Intergroup Reps - 8:30 AM

at All Saints Lutheran Church
164-02 Goethals Avenue
Jamaica, NY  11432

Information HERE
January 2nd, 2018 at the Q.I.A.A. office
-all members of our Fellowship are welcome-


As always your first copy is free.

Stop by the Queens Intergroup office
to pick up your Group supply
- Office Hours:
New: Monday 3 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Tuesdays & Thursdays 
from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Saturdays from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M..
Call first to be sure that
one of our volunteers was able to get there -


Do you wish to learn about QIAA history?
Check out our:
Archives Page.
>The Shareathon
>The First Year
>The Pioneer Years
>The End of an Era 


    To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the original Big Book
    in 1939, a replica of the first Big Book has been printed.
    Your copy of the Special Edition may be purchased at your
    Queens Intergroup office for $12.00.

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