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Findlay Radio Club

2014 Hamfest

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The 2014 Hamfest will be held Sunday September 7 (Gates open at 6:30 AM for Vendors to set up, 8 AM for the general public)  at the Hancock County Fairgrounds. (1017 East Sandusky St., Findlay)  General admission is actually from Fishlock Ave. on the east side of the Fairgrounds.  Vendor and Flea Market admission is from Sandusky St.  Admission is $7 per person (under 18 is free).  Flea market spaces are $5 per space (large enough for a vehicle and  your "stuff").  Inside tables (8' tables)  are $20- for the first table, and $15 for additional tables.  A ticket is required for everyone who is attends or works at the hamfest.  Table reservations should be sent to :

FRC Tables
PO Box 587
Findlay, OH  45839


A mailing to vendors from last year will take place a July.  A general hamfest mailing will be done in  mid August.  If you have attended the hamfest the past 2 - 3 years, you will get a general mailing.

We are using a new building this year with much better lighting and access, so all vendor spots will be new. Let us know if you have any special requirements, and we will try to accommodate you.

There are no advance ticket sales or flea market reservations  - only inside table reservations.


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CAMPING - There is a $12 per night charge for camping

Hope to see everyone there! (talk-in on 147.15+)



Last Updated on Sunday, 09 March 2014 10:04

The Findlay Radio Club

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The Findlay Radio Club meets on the first and third Thursdays of every month at their clubhouse at 1333 West Sandusky St. in Findlay, Ohio.  The meetings start at 7:30 pm, but folks usually arrive by 7  for some social time together.  The club also gives Exams on the second Saturday of every month except September (our hamfest is that weekend and everyone is there!).  The Exams are given at the clubhouse beginning promptly at 9 AM.

Members participate in many amateur radio activities during the year; for example, Field Day in June when they set up in the field using emergency power and operate for 24 hours contacting other hams around the US and the world.

The club has a history that goes back almost 100 years.

Anyone can join the club.  All you need to do is attend three meetings and have an interest in Amateur Radio.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 December 2010 00:33