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ARRL Virginia Section Convention & AUXCOMM Conference Sunday, March 29, 2020




 
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ARRL Virginia Section Convention & AUXCOMM Conference
Sunday, March 29, 2020

Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale Campus
8333 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22003

The 44th annual Winterfest will bring hams and equipment vendors together on March 29, 2020. Several amateur radio clubs will be on hand to provide information about the ham radio hobby, getting started, where to find resources to help you earn an amateur radio license and much, much more! 

FREE on-site parking!

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: John Peterson, N4KEA, Dept. of Homeland Security's Office of Emergency Communications.

ARRL GUEST SPEAKERS:

First Vice President Mike Raisbeck, K1TWF
Roanoke Division Director Bud Hippisley, W2RU, Chair - ARRL's Public Service Enhancement Working Group
Virginia Section Manager Joe Palsa, K3WRY

ARRL QSL Card checking for WAS, DXCC, VUCC

Indoor admission $10

Door prizes 9 AM - 1 PM
Special Event GOTA Station, W4V
QLF (CW) Contest and prizes!
For more information, download the flyer here!

Featuring...

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Outdoor
Flea Market
6 AM - 1 PM
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Indoor
Exhibit Area
8 AM - 1 PM

AUXCOMM
Conference
9 AM - 2 PM
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