The picture pages have been updated.
John VA3BOZ has spent a lot of time converting filmstrips found in storage to digital pictures. They have been posted on the NPARC Pbase picture site.
Links are available from the left menu. Click "Archives and Photos" and view the "Filmstrips from storage" links.
Thank-you to VA3BOZ for converting the photos.
If you have pictures for the NPARC site John VA3BOZ will post the photos to the club Pbase site. NPARC has not received many photos over the last couple of years and John would like to keep the picture page current.
The preferred file specification is 1200 x 800 mp or 4x6 .
send them to photo @ nparc.on.ca (remove the space in front and after the @ symbol)
If sending multiple pictures please zip them into a single file
Field Day pictures from 2014 at Balls Falls have been posted. View the "Archives and Photos" link on the left
The Victoria Haliburton Amateur Radio Association is holding an upcoming Swap Meet (hamfest) on September 13th 2014 in Lindsay Ontario.
Free General admission
The location is
10 Ridout Street (Mill St. Entrance)
Details can be found at: VHARA Hamfest
The Niagara Peninsula Amateur Radio Club. Inc. visited the Ball's Falls Conservation Area on Monday July 7th, 2014 to make a presentation. The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation and a $100.00 donation for allowing the Niagara Peninsula Amateur Radio Club, Inc. to use the Balls' Falls Conservation Area in Jordan, Ontario for their annual Field Day Event. Approximately thirty-five amateurs participated on five bands for the twenty-four hour event from 2 pm Saturday June 28th to 2 pm Sunday June 29th. In the photo are: Henry, VA3OV, David, VE3RNF Secretary, Rob Kuret of the NPCA, Peter, VA3WET Vice-president and Jeff Fazekas of the NPCA. Denis, VA3ONO was also present and took this photo. Thank-you Denis.
The CQ World-Wide VHF Contest takes place July 19th and 20th. The contest starts on Sat July 19th at 1800z and runs until Sunday July 20th 2100Z.
This is a short contest and a good time to check your 6 and 2 meter SSB equipment. Try your hand at making a wire dipole or rotatable dipole for these bands if you currently don't have an antenna. They take up a small space and can be constructed quickly.
Complete rules for the contest is available on the CQ website using this link