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NARC invites you to become a member!

The Northland Antique Radio Club (NARC) is a non-profit organization and is incorporated with the State of Minnesota. It was started in June 1986 and now has a membership of over 150 collectors in Minnesota, the surrounding states, across the nation, and even a few from outside the United States.

NARC's purpose is to preserve the history of radios and related items through activities which will enhance members knowledge of these items and through social contact with fellow collectors.

NARC holds four events per year. Past events have included:
  • Swap Meets
  • Auctions
  • Workshops
  • Picnics
  • Show and Tell
  • Radio Parties
  • Museum Tours
  • Guest Speakers
NARC's premier event, 'Radio Daze', is held each year in May in conjunction with the Antique Wireless Association (AWA) and the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting, and offers a two day swap meet, radio contest, program, speakers, and an awards presentation. It is an event which is well attended by prominent radio collectors from across the country. The radio contest is well represented with equipment displayed from the early 1920's to the 1960's. A visit to the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting is always a highlight of 'Radio Daze'.

Club Officers
President: Steve Raymer
Vice President: Alan Jesperson
Vice President: Glen Berg
Secretary: Greg Farmer
Treasurer: Mary Farmer

Club Coordinators
Auction: Don Hauff
Auctioneer: Kip Wallace
Membership: Greg Farmer
Advertising: Alan Jesperson
Newsletter: Matt Hyman / Greg Farmer
Radio Daze: Jim Thompson / Kip Wallace

To Join NARC
Please print an application, fill it out and mail it, along with $12.00 dues to:
NARC, P.O. Box 18362, Minneapolis, MN 55418
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