Forsyth Amateur Radio Club Meetings
The Forsyth Amateur Radio Club (FARC) meets the second Monday of each
month in the bottom level of the Red Cross
building at 690 Coliseum Drive in Winston-Salem, N.C. A map showing the club monthly meeting
location is found to the right. Click on the map for a larger image:
Meetings start normally at 7:30pm, but meeting attendees are encouraged to arrive early, have some "eyeball" QSO's and to get a good seat.
Watch the Video of the Meeting via W4NCLive!!
W4NC continues to experiment with a "Live Meeting Video Feed" over the Internet!
To follow our Live Stream Meetings - Click the W4NCLive logo to the right!
Videos of some past meetings can be found by clicking on the "Past Meeting Videos" button to the left. Some other videos and info from prior meetings can be found on the "Past Meeting and Event Info/Downloads" tab in the listing of tabs to the far left.
News on Upcoming Meetings and Events
Adventures from KG4-Land and Equipment Auction at the Monday, March 12 FARC meeting
Monday, March 12--Adventures from KG4-Land and Equipment Auction!!!
Forsyth Amateur Radio Club Business Meeting
The Forsyth Amateur Radio Club has a business meeting each month (except December) to discuss and plan for
upcoming club events. Attendees who will be eating normally get there about 6:30pm and
the business meeting starts at 7:30pm.
PDF Listing of Upcoming Regional Events and Other Club Meetings
Below is a link to an extract from the most recent FARC newsletter of upcoming regional events on amateur radio, hamfests and other club news. Many thanks to Don Edwards-WS4NC for gathering and organizing this info.
Technical Discussion and Project Building Group Meetings
This is of interest to FARC members and non-FARC members. There is a Technical Discussion and Project Building Group that meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm at the Miller Park Community Center at 400 Leisure Lane in Winston-Salem. Meetings are held for those interested in exploring and building various types of electronic projects. There is a lot of show-and-tell as well as technical discussions on many topics. For more information, Steve Patterson-WA3RTC may be contacted.