December 2017 Meeting

Sully Station Community Center

Sunday, December 17th

Tailgating at 11:00 and meeting at 1:00

Presentation:  Broadcasters for Home

Presenter:  Ed Lyon

Display Table:  Eico Kits

 

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2017 RadioActivity - Ed Lyon Transformer Presentation

Ed Lyon again provided us another radio repair session at RadioActivity, this year covering transformers.

To view the presentation, click here.

Nice video about the National Capital Radio & Television Museum

Video about the NCRTV Museum

The Baltimore County Public Library System has made a very nice You Tube video about the National Capital Radio & Television Museum. Check out the link below:

https://youtu.be/4p6YivP30oM

MAARC created this museum and continues to support it. The Club should be proud of this legacy. Note that MAARC members can become Museum members for the discounted price of only $20. The museum website is www.ncrtv.org.

Brian Belanger

2016 RadioWinterFest

RadioWinterFest: Announcement

Mark your calendar.

January 17th, 2016

Presented jointly by the Mid-Atlantic Antique Radio Club and the National Electronics Museum

An all-indoor meet and auction to be held at the National Electronics Museum facility near Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI).

$5.00 per person General Admission includes Museum Exhibits and Event admission

$5.00 per Vendor Table 

News Flash - Tables are Free

 Tables are limited in number. One per person, sharing is encouraged. First come, first serve, no reservation.

Read more: 2016 RadioWinterFest

Author and MAARC Club Member Alan Douglas has Passed Away

MAARC member Alan Douglas, age 72, recently passed away. Alan was a frequent contributor to the Antique Radio Forum, and the author of four books: "Radio Manufacturers of the 1920's - Volumes 1, 2, and 3", and "Tube Testers and Classic Electronic Test Gear".

Read more: Author and MAARC Club Member Alan Douglas has Passed Away

NCRTV Museum Gets Recognition

The National Capital Radio and Television Museum, which originally was originally founded by MAARC, recently got some local recognition. Check out the article, and then plan a visit.

Read more: NCRTV Museum Gets Recognition

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