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Updated October 01, 2017

October 8



Location:  Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont, CO
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Boulder Amateur Radio Club (BARC)
Learn More


10/14/2017 | Swaptoberfest

Location: Logan, UT
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Bridgerland Amateur Radio Club
Learn More


10/21/2017 | Socorro Amateur Radio Association Hamfest

Location: Socorro, NM
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Socorro Amateur Radio Association, Tech Amateur Radio Association, 7 City of Socorro
Learn More


02/18/2018 | The Swapfest

Location: Brighton, CO
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Aurora Repeater Association, Cherry Creek Young ARC, & Rocky Mountain Ham Radio
Learn More


09/15/2018 | Wyoming State Convention (HamCON 2018)

Location: Rock Springs, WY
Type: ARRL Convention
Sponsor: Sweetwater Amateur Radio Club
Learn More



Sunday (see schedule listed at right)

1300 hours


Colorado Radio Collectors Antique Radio Club

Bi-Monthly Meeting (every other month)

Visitors are most welcome.


Location normally alternates between the following:

  • Phillip Miller Public Library (normally March, July, and November)

100 N. Wilcox Street

Castle Rock, Colorado

  • Bemis Public Library (normally January, May, and September)

6014 S. Datura St

Littleton, Colorado 80120
Check the website,, for up-to-date meeting dates and locations.

Info: Don K4DWB

phone 720 304-8807

  To be announced


Noon to 1600


Scanner Group Quarterly Informal Get-together

Location: LuBo's NY Pizza, 15352 E Ida Dr Unit H, Aurora, CO, 80015

(On Orchard, 1/2 block E of Parker Rd)


If you show up, you're a member!

Radio enthusiasts get together and meet each other and talk about scanners. Scannists with new radios are welcome to ask lots of questions. No membership is necessary, and the only cost is if you want pizza and soft drinks.


Write down your questions and bring them, along with paper and pen to write down the answers. If you can, bring your laptop that you program your scanner with. Many questions deal with how to program scanners using software. Many of us bring our computers to help program scanners, along with showing how Pro96Com works.

Pizza and drinks are available, just $5 per person for all you care to eat and drink. The restaurant also has a full menu to order from, just ask.

Please e-mail us your event !