The Fair Lawn Amateur Radio Club (FLARC) Hamfest

A day to celebrate amateur radio, electronics and the end of pandemic isolation.

Saturday, June 5, 2021
Rain date June 12, 2021

In case of bad weather, check www.FairLawnARC.org for updates

Peter Dougherty, W2IRT, will be on site to check QSL cards for ARRL award programs

Admission

Buyers: $5.00

Seller spots: $20.00 ea. (includes one 8' x 16' space & 1 admission)

You may register as a seller on site on June 5, or you may beat the rush and reserve a seller spot in advance by registering here.

Sponsorship packages are also available for a limited time.

Doors open at 8 AM for buyers, 6 AM for sellers.

Please note that there will be no admission prior to 6:00 AM. The parking lot will remain closed until that time.

Handicapped Accessible

Location

Fair Lawn Recycling Center

Refreshments will be available

Talk in: W2NPT/r 145.470 -600 KHz PL 167.9 Echolink Node 300501

We offer pre-event registration as a convenience, not a requirement.

Come join us at FLARC's first Spring Hamfest!

With an improved health environment, fewer local hamfests and much pent-up demand, we expect this event to bring a large number of hams to Fair Lawn from across the ARRL Hudson Division to help you sell your merchandise and/or services. Register as a seller on site on June 5, or avoid the line and register as a seller or sponsor now, with the click of a button.

About Us

Founded in 1956, and currently with more than 150 members who are active in general amateur radio, FLARC is North Jersey’s largest amateur radio club. Special interest groups within the club are dedicated to an expanding range of topics, including Monitoring, Digital Modes, Digital Voice, DX, Portable Ops/POTA and Satellite. Over the past year we administered over 200 amateur radio tests despite the pandemic. We were the first amateur radio club in the United States to implement a dedicated, daily Health and Welfare Net on our 2m repeater, W2NPT, to keep members and friends abreast of COVID-19 issues and their impact on our lives.