Northern VA conferences are a great platform to explore innovative ideas and opportunities that can help address important issues. Technology for the public interest and public good is a popular topic of discussion, and attendees can also learn more about special education by talking to an attorney during the August session. The Serenity Club holds regular Sunday meetings at 10am, which are now available on Zoom. Open debates on various topics take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
Every week, a speaker shares their experience, strength, and hope with the group. Discussions about alcoholism are also held on a regular basis. The club also offers a range of other activities throughout the week. On Mondays, there is an open discussion. Tuesdays are open for debate.
Wednesdays are dedicated to the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Thursdays are open for discussion. Fridays are dedicated to As Bill Sees It. Sundays feature 12 x 12 meetings, Monday for Beginners, Daily Reflections, and As Bill Sees It. Northern VA conferences provide an excellent opportunity to discuss important topics and gain valuable insights from experts in the field.
Attendees can learn more about technology for public good, special education, alcoholism, and other topics from experienced speakers. The Serenity Club also offers a range of activities throughout the week that can help attendees gain a better understanding of these topics.