MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY: 4:30-8:30 PM
THURSDAY: 6:00-8:30 PM
FRIDAY: 4:30-7:00 PM No evening hours Saturday or Sunday at this time.
ORDER OF PUBLIC HEALTH MADISON & DANE COUNTY:
Effective March 2022 the Public Health Department of Madison & Dane County has lifted the mask requirement for indoor gatherings.
At ESAC, masks are optional!
East Side Alano Club of Madison, Inc., is a non-profit corporation designed for our members and persons in our community to meet and share their experience, strength and hope with each other. Our common concern is for each of us to achieve and maintain freedom from alcohol, drugs and other addictive behavior.
The East Side Alano Club offers recovering people a place to meet, have a cup of coffee, read the newspaper with people who understand the 12-step program and the process of recovery. We come together to support each other and learn how to live lives filled with peace and serenity using the tools inherent in the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon and other programs of recovery. Come join us!
Help the East Side Alano Club continue its mission to support those seeking recovery.
In the News
A student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, taking a class focused on the idea of storytelling through sound, produced a three-part podcast focused on alcoholism and the road to recovery. Anyone interested in the podcast may find it here.
The East Side Alano Club (ESAC) is governed by a Board of Directors that includes eight club members who have one or more years of sobriety in AA or recovery in Al-Anon or any other 12 step recovery program. Directors manage the Club through various assignments and committees, such as audit, entertainment, building and grounds, internal operations, fundraising and membership.
East Side Alano Club is a non-profit corporation designed for our members to meet and share their experience, strength and hope with each other because of our common concern for people trying to achieve and maintain a life free from the use of alcohol and drugs and other addictive behaviors.