RAC Bulletin for August 20, 2022

Official Bulletin Station for Radio Amateurs of Canada
with this week’s bulletin.


1.   Fall Advanced Course Registration (Online) is now underway

The course will be 10 sessions in length and each session will be two hours long.
We will be running two Advanced courses so students will be able to choose one of the following
two options:
Sunday afternoons from 3 pm to 5 pm EDT (12 pm to 2 pm PDT) starting on
Sunday, September 11 and ending on Sunday, December 18
Monday evenings from 8:30 pm to 10:30 pm EDT (5:30 pm to 7:30 pm PDT) starting on
Monday, September 12 and ending on Monday, December 19

Note: There will be no classes on Thanksgiving weekend October 9 and 10 and also during
the month of November due to travel requirements by the instructor.
You can find complete information about our Advanced course at the following link:

— RAC Website


2.  Ottawa A.R.C. (Carp) 2022 Hamfest

Date: Saturday, September 10, 2022
Location: Carp Agricultural Fairgrounds, 3882 Carp Road, Ottawa, Ontario
Times: Commercial Vendor 7:30 am, Private Vendor 8 am
    Fleamarket Open to Public: 9 am – Noon
Cost: $6 General Admission, $14/table (plus admission),
Talk-in: VE2CRA, 146.94-, 100 Hz
Description: The region’s largest fleamarket and hamfest. All of the big Ham Radio retailers
are going to be there! Major door-prize draws.
For more info: Ed VE3WGO  hamfest @ oarc.net

— RAC Events page

3. Treasures in the Trunk (Niagara Peninsula ARC)

Date: Saturday, September 10, 2022
Location: Black Creek Community Centre, 2959 Baker Road (Park in Church’s parking lot).
Times: Vendors 8:00 am, Shoppers 9:00 am
Cost: $5.00 per person, Children under 14 are free
Talk-in frequency: TBA
Description: Treasures in the trunk outdoor tailgate fleamarket. Bring your own table or tailgate
Info: Contact Kevin ve3rrh @ gmail.com to register for a spot or for more info
Webpage: https://nparc.ca

— RAC Events Page


4.  Cambridge students to contact ISS astronaut

Cambridge Today interviews Scott Mitchell VA3GGT about the planned amateur radio contact
between students and astronaut Kjell Lindgren KO5MOS on the International Space Station
Flying about 28,000 kilometres an hour, astronauts from the ISS will hop on a radio and buzz a
Cambridge library to talk with children from the city on August 18.
“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, not only for us but the children who get to ask questions,”
said Scott Mitchell, club trainer and past president at the Cambridge Amateur Radio Club (CARC).
The CARC will be using a normal amateur radio to call Dr. Kjell N. Lindgren from the ISS and a
lucky few will get the chance to ask him questions.

Read the full story at

— Southgate Amateur Radio News

This concludes this week’s bulletin.

Bulletin sent from Official Bulletin Manager VA3PC

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