Serving the community for over fifty years!
Next meeting: Monday, April 27, 2015
Doors open at 7pm; meeting begins at 7:30
See you there! Visitors always welcome!
News & Updates:
The Garland Amateur Radio Club, Inc., formed in 1957, offers a program of educational and civic activities in the second largest city in Dallas County. We are an ARRL Special Services Club supporting a full complement of activities including Field Day participation, license classes, and active support of public service events. The club also maintains the Emergency Communications Center, located in downtown Garland. Here are our articles of incorporation and club bylaws.
We hold our meetings on the 4th Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Garland Women's Activity Building at 713 West Austin Street at Glenbrook, just west of the Garland Public Library.
A short social meeting starts at 7:00 p.m., followed by programs of interest to the amateur community. If you would like to join the GARC, or obtain more information, drop by any club meeting. Visitors are always welcome!
We actively support education to help get your first amateur radio license or to upgrade it. Classes are offered during the year for theory, code, and in practical applications (home-brew). You need not be a GARC member to attend. Here is the current training schedule and additional details. Then, see the Ham Exams page for information on taking an amateur radio exam from the Garland area ARRL VE team or to get help in finding other exam locations and dates.
There are also other activities for the Garland area ham that are not part of the GARC. Many of our club members participate in these additional activities (such as public service events, RACES, and the VE program); links and additional information is provided on this site for your convenience and we encourage your participation.
The Garland Amateur Radio Club is a 501(c)3 organization.
All donations will be acknowledged in writing with a charitable receipt.