This is a short 5K event which we need operators for! The event just came up recently. 4 operators are needed, a few more wouldn’t hurt.
Each year the Maple Grove Amateur Radio Club puts on a very nice hamfest in Buffalo MN. The Midwinter Madness Hamfest has a good mix of vendors and swap tables as well as door prizes. VE Testing will be available. Vendor and Club tables are available for purchase if you wish to be an exhibitor. General Admission is still only $10 and children under 15 are free. If you’re planning to attend from the Rochester area, contact KC0NPF, BJ and we may be able to caravan and enjoy a little simplex action on the way up. If you’re driving independently, Talk-in is on the KØLTC Repeater 147.000 +600 114.8 once you get towards the west side of the Twin Cities.
The RARC holds a social event the last Thursday of each month at Wildwood. Plenty of parking and the food is great. We average around 7 to 10 people, and we have had as many as 13. We meet around 5:30 pm. We have been leaving around 7:30. We discuss anything and everything. It is very informal. Hams that you have not seen at meetings or public service events have shown up. Come and join us bring the family have some drink some eats and have a good time.
The Rochester Amateur Radio Club (RARC) monthly meeting is at 6:30 p.m on the second Tuesday of every month, at the Rochester City Emergency Operations Center located in the lower level of the 2185 Wheelock Drive Rochester Fire Station No. 2 building.
Meetings start with a 15 minute club-business discussion, then a Rag-Chew time with treats, and finally a very interesting presentation of amateur radio interest.
Contact BJ, KC0NPF@gmail with your club meeting ideas and suggestions for future meetings!
Feel free to join us for an optional social dinner before at 5pm at Whistle Binkies North, voted best bar in Minnesota!
This class prepares the student to take the exam for an FCC Technician Class Amateur (Ham) Radio License. It combines live lectures, multimedia, and demonstrations of Amateur Radio equipment and activities. Lunch will be provided all three days. Please contact the instructor if there are any special dietary requirements. Prerequisite: students must purchase the textbook – “Ham Radio License Manual – Fourth Edition” and read at least the first four chapters prior to the first day of class. Contact the instructor (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need assistance in obtaining the book, and with any dietary restrictions.
The course fee is $30 and includes electronic copies of the presentation and review materials. A CDROM of the lecture materials is also provided. Classes administered through Community Education require pre-registration. If you prefer to register by phone call 507-328-4000. The course code is 7030.231.
Membership is open to all licensed amateurs, and to all other persons interested in supporting the purposes and activities of the club!
Applications for membership shall be submitted to the secretary of the club.
Dues for Individual Members are $30 annually, and Family Memberships are $40 annually. Cash or Check? Pay in person. Credit card? Pay below!