Radio Club of Tacoma

The Radio Club of Tacoma is a nonprofit public service organization serving FCC-licensed amateur radio operators in Pierce County, Washington, and throughout the South Puget Sound region.

Visitors and new members are always welcome! We hope you'll take the opportunity to check in to the club's weekly two meter net, attend a club meeting, sign up for a class, visit the Clubhouse on Saturday, take a turn operating the W7DK radio station, discover the library, explore the Doc Spike W7OS antique radio museum, or join us at one of our many activities scheduled throughout the year.

==> Download the SEPTEMBER issue of The Logger's Bark newsletter.

Next Club Meeting

Wednesday, November 8 - 7:30 PM - General meeting and Program

See the Club Meetings page for more information and directions to general membership meetings.

NOTE:  the November 8 Annual Meeting will be held at the usual location and time.


Clubhouse Activities

Wednesday, October 25 - 7:00 PM - Fourth Wednesday Activity Night at the Clubhouse

This month:  a hands-on class introducing the concept of prototyping using plastic breadboards to build and test circuits.  A small lab fee of $5 will be collected to cover the cost of materials, which participants can keep for both future workshops and their own projects.  Class size limited to 20, with preference for those with no prototyping experience.


Upcoming Events

September 18 thru December 4 - Extra Class license theory course, details here.

October 20 - Ballots for the 2017 election to be mailed (return before the Nov 8 meeting).



Radio Club of Tacoma


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