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The Monday, April 10 Meeting of the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club will feature
Low Band DX'ing by Charles Kluttz-W4TMR
This meeting will start at 7PM instead of the usual 7:30PM starting time in the normal meeting room in the lower level of the Red Cross, 690 Coliseum Drive. The VEC testing session will start earlier at 6PM.

Check out the September 2015 program by Charles Kluttz-W4TMR and Gene Bowman-WB4MSG on "What is the Best Antenna". To download, click HERE!

Please note that this is a large mp4 video file. You may just want to download, save and view later if there are any delays in immediately viewing.

Samuel FB Morse Exhibition at Reynolda House from 17 February to 4 June

The Reynolda House Museum of American Art's Exhibition is hosting a Samuel F.B.Morse Exhibition entitled "Gallery of the Louvre" and the Art of Invention. The exhibition will run from Friday, February 17 to Sunday, June 4. The Reynolda House Museum is located at 2250 Reynolda Road in Winston-Salem.

Special Event Station - N4M - February 16 and 17 As part of this exhibition, the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club operated a special event station-N4M at Reynolda House from 10AM to 3PM on both February 16 and 17th.

Special Event Station - N4M - April 29
On Community Day, April 29, from 11am to 3pm, FARC will be operating the special event station again, N4M, using both CW and SSB. Frequencies are unspecified at this time.

QSL Card Info
For both special event station events, send QSL SASE to:
N4M, Forsyth Amateur Radio Club P.O. Box 11361, Winston-Salem, NC 27116-1361

About the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club (FARC)

The Forsyth Amateur Radio Club (FARC) was originally incorporated as the Winston-Salem Radio Club on December 31, 1930 and has been in operation ever since. FARC is an ARRL sanctioned Special Service Club focusing on the education and training of hams and the general public in Forsyth and surrounding counties. FARC has over 300 members.

FARC is a non-profit (IRS 501(c)3) and donations are tax deductable.

FARC has a well equipped and modern ham shack for use by club members, maintains three repeaters-one with a wide service area and has significant ARES involvement in assisting in emergency and non-emergency events.

FARC has two hamfests each year normally held the second Saturday in January and the second Saturday in June. FARC is also very active in the annual ARRL Field Day held the last weekend in June. Consult the Upcoming Events/News tab for the latest news on these events.

FARC is also active in contests. Some world-class contesters are club members!!

FARC has monthly meetings held the second Monday of each month. Most meetings are broadcast via W4NC-Live. Consult the Meeting Info tab for more information on upcoming meetings and how to access W4NC-Live. Meetings are held in the basement of the Red Cross, 690 Coliseum Dr., Winston-Salem, N.C.

VEC Amateur Radio License test sessions are held at 6:30 prior to the monthly meetings except for the December meeting.

FARC also has many members who are world class in knowledge and skills needed by amateur radio enthusiasts who are willing to help others set up equipment, solve radio or transmission issues or answer tough questions.

For more information on contacting or joining FARC, about meetings, Field Day and other club events, hamfests or VEC test sessions, please click the appropriate tabs to your left.

FARC is now participating in the Amazon Smiles Program. The basics of the program are - If you buy something from Amazon, FARC gets a small Monetary Contribution from the Program! To get the details of how to sign up, Click HERE!