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ARRL Centennial Convention Registration is Open!

from The ARRL Letter on February 6, 2014
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ARRL Centennial Convention Registration is Open!

Registration now is open for the ARRL National Centennial Convention, Thursday, July 17, through Saturday July 19, at the Connecticut Convention Center, to celebrate 100 years of the ARRL. Thousands of League members and friends will gather in Hartford -- the ARRL's birthplace -- to celebrate the first century of ARRL members' "Advancing the Art and Science of Radio."

The three days are packed with activities. The first day, Thursday, includes training workshops. Among these are Contest University, DX University, RFI 101, and a Public Service Communications Academy. The Exhibit Hall, open Friday and Saturday, will feature ARRL program representatives, Amateur Radio manufacturers, equipment sellers, and an indoor flea market. The Friday evening ARRL Centennial Banquet will be followed by a Wouff Hong ceremony. A Presidents Breakfast will be held on Saturday. On all three days there will be opportunities to tour ARRL Headquarters and W1AW.

A 3 day adult ticket is $75; youth (21 or younger) is $50, which includes a training workshop on Thursday and access to the exhibit hall and indoor flea market on Friday and Saturday, plus all forums and a coach bus trip to ARRL Headquarters and W1AW. A 2 day (Friday/Saturday) adult ticket is $25; youth are free. Other ticket options are available, including spouse/companion tickets that include alternative non-ham activities.

Advance registration is recommended. Join us in celebrating 100 years! (Visit!)


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