Calendar

May
19
Sat
Field Day Planning Meeting – May @ Youth Community Park
May 19 @ 10:00 AM – May 21 @ 11:30 AM

Field Day Planning Meeting
May 19, 10:00 am to 11:30am, Youth Community Park

 Come Join SCRA at Field Day 2018

Weekend of June 23 and June 24

Why Field Day????

Because it’s fun!!! Where else can you experience practically the full gamut of our wonderful hobby in just one weekend? You want to learn how to set up a station? Field Day’s go you covered. You want to learn how to set up antennas? Plenty of that happening at Field Day! Want to learn how to operate in an HF contest? Field Day’s just the ticket! Want to learn how to make a Satellite contact? We do that, too at Field Day! Want to  socialize with other hams and see what they’re up to? Come on down to Field Day! 

And, if you like camping, you are invited to camp out both Friday and Saturday nights! 

Field Day Planning Meetings:

  • Saturday, April 21, 10:00 am to 11:30am, Youth Community Park (Field Day Site)
  • Saturday, May 19, 10:00 am to 11:30am, Youth Community Park

More info here.

 

Sign-Up Here for:
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

 

Jun
20
Wed
Sonoma-Marin Fair – SCRA Information Booth @ Sonoma-Marin Fair
Jun 20 @ 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

SCRA Information Booth

Use the online system to signup for a shift at the Information Booth.

The Community Outreach Committee will provide information and extend community awareness of Sonoma County Radio Amateurs (SCRA) and amateur radio in general. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your passion of amateur radio with the community at large.

 

Sonoma Marin Fair June 20th, from 0830-2000.

The event is from 1000-1900.
This is Children Day at the fair.
SCRA is partnering with the Science Festival.
We will have gate and parking passes.
We will be doing a radio demonstration.
Directions to fair
Thanks
Darryl
KI6MSP
Aug
3
Fri
Sonoma County Fair – SCRA Information Booth @ Sonoma County Fair
Aug 3 @ 12:30 PM – 8:00 PM

SCRA Information Booth

Use the online system to signup for a shift at the Information Booth.

The Community Outreach Committee will provide information and extend community awareness of Sonoma County Radio Amateurs (SCRA) and amateur radio in general. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your passion of amateur radio with the community at large.

 

Sonoma County Fair – SCRA will have a booth Friday and Saturday – August 3rd and 4th.

This includes an hour for setup & tear down.
Radio demonstration
1st shift 1230-1600
2nd shift 1600-2000
There will be plenty of time to enjoy the fair.
I’m not sure which building we will be in.
We get gate passes. Unfortunately we don’t get parking passes.
 
 
Thanks
Darryl
KI6MSP
Aug
4
Sat
Sonoma County Fair – SCRA Information Booth @ Sonoma County Fair
Aug 4 @ 12:30 PM – 8:00 PM

SCRA Information Booth

Use the online system to signup for a shift at the Information Booth.

The Community Outreach Committee will provide information and extend community awareness of Sonoma County Radio Amateurs (SCRA) and amateur radio in general. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your passion of amateur radio with the community at large.

 

Sonoma County Fair – SCRA will have a booth Friday and Saturday – August 3rd and 4th.

This includes an hour for setup & tear down.
Radio demonstration
1st shift 1230-1600
2nd shift 1600-2000
There will be plenty of time to enjoy the fair.
I’m not sure which building we will be in.
We get gate passes. Unfortunately we don’t get parking passes.
 
 
Thanks
Darryl
KI6MSP
Oct
27
Sat
Class on how to participate in Public Service Events and Net Control for all HAM levels @ Rincon Valley Mobile Estates
Oct 27 @ 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM

How to Classes for all amateur radio hams

PROVIDED BY THE SONOMA COUNTY RADIO AMATEUR CLUB

SIGN UP HERE

WHEN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018 TIME: 9:00AM—-+ – 11:30AM

WHERE: Rincon Valley Mobile Estates, 4671 Circle Drive, Santa Rosa 95409

WHO: All radio amateurs who want to learn about Public Service Volun-teering and providing Net Control for SCRA Tuesday night Net.

WHY: With over 200 members, we should not be depending on a small handful of members to cover all the bases with volunteering for events and Net Control. This information will help newer hams to step up and volunteer, there-by increasing their knowledge and radio ability.

WHAT: A casual classroom style training session for hams of all levels who want to participate in Public Service Events and Tuesday night Net Control

A Certificate of Completion will be given to all participants

TOPICS TO DISCUSS:
 How to . . . Work Tuesday Night Net Control
 How to . . . Work as an event Water/Rest Stop Ham
 How to . . . Work as a SAG for Public Service Event
 How to . . . Work as a CommBoss for Public Service Events

UPON COMPLETION hams will feel more comfortable volunteering for SCRA Public Service Events, have more confidence in their ability to handle radio traffic like a Pro, have fun with other hams and get to see all the lovely out-of-the-way parts of Sonoma County that will otherwise be missed.

INSTRUCTORS: Charlie Sikes KZ6T; Iola Beckley KK6HRE—and any other SCRA member who wishes to attend and share their experiences.
Coffee, pastries and water will be available. If we decide to add more top-ics, we will provide a lunch and ask for donations.

Dec
5
Wed
Holiday Party 2018 @ Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center
Dec 5 @ 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM

SCRA Christmas Party

When:  Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 5:30 pm until ~9:30 pm

                    Dinner will be served at 6:30pm

 

Where:  Luther Burbank Art & Garden Center 2050 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa

 

What:  Based upon last name, bring an appetizer (a – d), salad (e – k), side dish (l – r), or dessert (s –z). Roast Turkey, Ham,

Coffee, and Tea provided. You are welcome to bring your own beverages.

 

How Much: $ 8.00 per person (must be received by Friday, November 30)

RSVP Required

Door Prize Will Be Awarded

Questions? Call Brian Torr at 575-5871 or e-mail to n6iiy@arrl.net

 

To RSVP, either:

1. Fill out form below, detach, and mail to: SCRA, PO Box 116, Santa Rosa, CA 95402-0116

SCRAXMASDinner2018

Mail-in Sign-Up Form

OR

2. Sign-Up on the SIGN-UP PAGE and purchase tickets via PayPal at the SCRA store. RSVP must be received by Friday, November 30.

Jan
5
Sat
2019 Planning Meeting @ Rincon Valley Mobile Estates - Club House
Jan 5 @ 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM

Join us at the 2019 Planning Meeting

Rincon Valley Mobile Estates Club House, 4671 Circle Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95409, USA (Hwy 12, 1 block East of Mission Boulevard. Call Iola if you need more directions.)

Doors open at 9am, meeting starts at 10am.

It may go until approximately 2:00.

 

Mar
9
Sat
Fish Rock Bicycle Adventure Race @ Anderson Valley High School
Mar 9 @ 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Volunteer – Public Service – Fish Rock

This is a UHF event. Your 2-meter radio won’t cut it.

For full details and sign-ups, click here.

Apr
12
Fri
Sonoma Family Life Magazine Camp Fair – SCRA Information Booth @ Coddintown Mall
Apr 12 @ 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM

 

Sign-Up here.

The Community Outreach Committee will provide information and extend community awareness of Sonoma County Radio Amateurs (SCRA) and amateur radio in general.  This is a wonderful opportunity to share your passion of amateur radio with the community at large.

Setup is at 1400 breakdown 1915-2000. Macy’s side of Coddingtown Mall.

You will be amazed at the huge variety of summer camps  and new activities to be discovered at this one exciting fair. Feel free to talk face-to-face with camp directors and other experts. Everything from sewing, arts and music, to sports, fitness, and horseback riding camps, just to name a few. There’s something for everyone in your family!

This is a great showcase of all the best places. A chance to find your child’s dream school or that perfect summer or afterschool experience. Look for the family travel packages, party ideas, and so much more.

Enjoy on-stage performances by local groups. Check out the freebies, drawings, discounts, and other great prizes!

Don’t miss this FREE day, devoted to family and home. One day only rain or shine at the Coddingtown Mall, April 12th.

Apr
13
Sat
Lake Sonoma 50 – Radio Support @ Lake Sonoma South Lake Trailhead
Apr 13 @ 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Volunteer – Public Service Lake Sonoma

Lake Sonoma 50

DETAILS:

Operational Time: 0600-2000 Operational Area: Western Arm (Warm Springs Arm) of Lake Sonoma / Warm Springs Dam Net Control Location: South Lake Trailhead (off Skaggs Springs-Stewarts Point Rd) at the event’s Start-Finish What: 50 mile foot race [Ultra running event] Web Site: http://www.run100s.com/ls50.htm Repeater: No Comments: This event is run on remote trails behind Lake Sonoma. The club repeater and others are not reachable in this locale.

  • Operations for this event are in simplex, usually with HTs.
  • NC sets up at the South Lake Trailhead – same as Start-Finish for the event.
  • Traffic consists of tracking the top 10 male and female runners, aid station status and medical/lost runners.
  • Aid Stations are remote and sometimes require as much as 45 minutes to reach from NC. One requires a boat ride.

 

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