Calder District

Please note: The Calder District has gone into Recess as of 14th February 2019. 
Please do not make any further donations to the Calder District Bank Account.
Please watch this space for any further updates.
 
A Brief History of the Calder District

The Calder District represents groups in the north-western metropolitan Melbourne and local country groups. The District is bordered by Sydney Road/Hume Highway and the Maribyrnong River/ Calder Freeway. The District first started around the end of 1983 and was quite successful with John S. from the Moonee Ponds group as its first District Committee Member (DCM). Unfortunately when John S. rotated off the District lacked leadership and eventually faded away. (Read More)

Moonee Valley Festival

For the past 6 years the District has been invited by the Moonee Valley Festival to host an Alcoholics Anonymous stall. The festival is held each year in January. AA members are at the stall to give away literature and to advice on attending AA to interested members of the public. This is a public demonstration that AA is a legitimate health service to the local community.

Meetings in the Calder District in day order:

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Meetings in town or suburb order:

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