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Saturday November 7, 2015

(Open to the public 8:30 am to 1:00 pm)

St. Croix Lutheran High School

1200 Oakdale Avenue, West St. Paul, Minnesota

Kicking off our 30th year, the Northland Antique Radio Club will hold its annual Fall Indoor Swap Meet on November 7, 2015. This is always a very popular event and is a great way to buy and sell some radios before winter sets in.

The rules are the same as in recent years. Those who register and pay for a seller table (tables, provided by the school, are $10 each) will be admitted at 8:00 AM, allowing them time to haul in merchandise and get set up. Due to the limited number of tables available, only paid NARC members will be allowed to set up and sell. A one year membership is only $12 and you can join or renew your membership at the registration table on the morning of the meet.

Note: Sellers will have to carry their items a short distance to the swap meet area, so bring a hand truck or small cart if you have anything heavy. The school requests that you please use extra care not to mark the floors with your hand cart and please bring a protective covering for the table.

Mary Farmer will be in charge of table rentals, admissions and membership renewals.

By 8:30 AM when the buying public is allowed in, there is usually a good crowd waiting and things get busy fast. Admission is FREE for NARC members and only a buck for non-members. You can expect to find typically about 35 - 40 tables full (plus overflow onto the floor) of vintage radios, speakers, test equipment, literature, tubes, parts and other related items.

Free coffee and snacks will be available in the morning, and a light lunch of hotdogs, cookies, chips, and pop will be offered later in the morning for three bucks.

Silent auction items will be accepted until noon when the auction ends. Sellers can set a minimum bid, there are no fees, all items are being sold 'as-is', and all settlements are to take place directly between the buyer and seller. High bidders and owners MUST stay until noon to complete their transactions. NARC is simply providing the means for the auction and assumes no responsibility for seller or buyer actions.

We have the room until 1:00 pm and expect the meet will probably start winding down around noon, giving sellers an hour to pack up.

This is a great chance to liquidate radios you no longer want, and to mingle with fellow club members. See you there!

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