Upcoming Area Events

The leaves may still be green, but if you have driven down 41 this week, you can tell that the license plates are starting to change colors! That can mean only one thing… Summer is Over!

But do not despair! As our northern family and friends return to paradise, what better way to catch up with each of them than with some great Food, Fun and Fellowship, like ONLY the Shark Coast Area can do!

Your Shark Coast Activities Committee is excited to let you know about the following events coming to the area in the coming weeks….

If you would like to get involved with activities or lend a hand with one of these events, please attend an upcoming meeting, held each Friday after the Friday Night Lights meeting at the Venice Church of the Nazarene.


OMG – Oh My Grill! – October 19, 2019 @6:30pm

Help to welcome the South Florida Region Service Committee of Narcotics Anonymous! Sharkcoast will be grillin’ up burgers, hot dogs, sides and some serious Recovery! Come on out to the North Jetty in Nokomis, FL.

After dinner, we will have Guest Speaker, Paul D, sharing his Strength, Hope and Experience.

There is a $5.00 suggested donation, but NO addict will be turned away!


Taking Off the Masks! – October 26, 2019

Scare up your best costume* and come out to the Shark Coast Area “Scare Fry”. There will be costume contests, Home Group Pumpkin Carving Contest as well as a DJ to help dance the night away!

Venice Salvation Army doors open at 6:00pm with dinner at 6:30 and a dynamic speaker at 7:30pm. Contest and Dancing until 10pm.

*Winner of the “Best Costume” wins a SFRCNA Registration!


Gratitude Dinner – November 23, 2019

Shark Coast Area Activities Committee is excited to announce we will be hosting the Annual Gratitude Dinner again this year.

This is a great event with lots of Food, Fun and Fellowship. Salvation Army doors will open at 4pm with dinner and a speaker to follow. There is a suggested donation of $10.00 per person, but NO addict will ever be turned away!


NA Social Media Policy Reminder

We recognize that it is a common practice for members to take photos and videos at NA events and post them on social networks. We do not believe this to be in conflict with our traditions so long as they are for the enjoyment of members and are not made available to the general public. Please be considerate of our guiding principles and the anonymity of others as you share your photos and videos from any NA event and never tag another member without their prior approval. For more information, please see the service pamphlet Social Media and Our Guiding Principles, available here.