An ARRL NNJ Section based SKYWARN Spotter Training Class will be offered May 29 2019 7-10pm EDT at:
Passaic County Public Safety Institute - Auditorium
300 Oldham Road
Wayne NJ 07470
Registration is REQUIRED!
This Class is not just for Passaic County NJ residents, any and all interested parties are invited!
As part of the 2019 FLARC Speaker series, Bud Trench AA3B will be the featured this Friday, May 10th, at the Fair Lawn Senior Center. His topic will be “Using Propagation Tools for Contesting and DXing.”
Members of the Fair Lawn and Bergen Amateur Radio Clubs will conduct a training exercise in the use of alternative sources of electrical power as part of its bi-annual joint exercise between the two clubs.
"Portable Day" will be held on Saturday, May 11th from 10 AM until 4 PM . The venue will be Memorial Park, Avenue of Heroes/Berdan Avenue in Fair Lawn. (map: https://goo.gl/maps/DXCY27SLx2GVxhk96 )The event is free and is open to all area amateurs regardless of club affiliation.
Congrats to The Fair Lawn Amateur Radio Club (FLARC) for their fourth successful Earth Day event at the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park in Paterson, NJ.The club ran a special event station using the call (W2E) is to commemorate "Water To Electricity" and the vision behind Alexander Hamilton's transformation of the Passaic River to turn Paterson into the first planned industrial city in America by taming the power of water.
The Annual Splitrock hamfest is this Saturday at its usual location:
Roxbury Senior Center
72 Eyland Ave
Succasunna, NJ 07876
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Vt6awazGAvptMXGq9
Gates open 0600 for vendors and 0800 for buyers.
The Fair Lawn Amateur Radio Club will help celebrate the 300th anniversary of one of Bergen County's few remaining pre-revolutionary Dutch houses with a special event station at the historic farm and forge located on River Road in Fair Lawn, NJ. (map: https://goo.gl/maps/CSggLgsWezjvnYsJ6 )
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