The Boulder Amatuer Radio Club is a 503(c)4 Nonprofit Educational Organization dedicated to improving radio related skills for all Amateur radio operators in the Boulder Area. We are 160 members strong, and enjoy sharing a wide array of different skills, backgrounds, and perspectives on amateur radio.
Our Vision is being know as one of the best amateur radio clubs. not just in beautiful Colorado, but across the world by providing lifetime learning opportunities to hams young and old.
WHAT WE DO
Classes. Licenses Testing. Repeaters. Weekly Nets. HamFests. Field Day. Picnics & Dinner. Monthly Meetings. Public Service. Scholarships. Youth Training. Fun!
BARC does all of this and more.
Come join us on our next adventure!
BARC works with the community to support local events, such as Boulder's biennial Airport Day. We also work closely with our sister ARES orgination, Boulder County Amatuer Radio Emergency Services, to provide emergency response communication support.
Meet area hams through the Boulder Amateur Radio Club (BARC).
When: Usually the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.
Meetings are typically held on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder, but are sometimes held at the Boulder Municipal Airport, a local Church, or a local restaurant.
Details: See the event calendar, current BARC's Bark newsletter, or write to email@example.com.
WEEKLY ROUNDTABLE NET
Each Wednesday evening at 8:00 pm on BARC's 146.700 (-) repeater is our weekly roundtable net.
Join the fun on this net, and talk with the rest of the gang on this weekly roundtable discussion.
This is a great forum to tell us what you are up to, pass along ham related info, and to see what is going on in the Boulder area ham community.
If you would like to volunteer to be a 'Master of Ceremonies' for this fun Roundtable Net, please notify Jane, KC0FGE
All hams are welcome!!
WEEKLY (D)ATV NET
Typically help on Thursdays at 3pm. Contact BARC70@arrl.net for the latest day and time.
The weekly BARC ATV Net uses the BCARES, Chautauqua Park TV repeater for video and the BARC 146.70 repeater for 2-way voice. Both repeaters have similar locations and coverage areas. The input to the TV repeater, W0BCR, is on 1277.25 MHz and the output is on Ch. 57, 421.25 MHz.
Net Control: Jim Andrews, KH6HTV
We want to encourage all of you with (D)ATV capabilities to check into the net. This will give you all the practice and experience of operating your home or mobile (D)ATV stations. Hope to SEE all of you on the TV repeater!
BARC'S BARK (OUR NEWSLETTER)
BARC's Bark is the award-winning newsletter that is published monthly to keep the membership informed as to our many activities and accomplishments. It is exchanged with over 40 other organizations both here and abroad and is available to our members and to other ham radio organizations via email as a portable document file (pdf) in full color. BARC's Bark is packed with news and technical info for all interest levels.
President: Michael Stutzer, KD0FDJ
Vice President: Carey Fuller, KX0R
Treasurer: Michael Derr, W3DIF
Past President: Gary Carroll, W0QN
Newsletter Editor: Michael Stutzer, KD0FDJ
W0DK Trustee: Dave Sharpe, KI0HG
BARC Jrs: Michael Wilson, K2KR & Paul Bailey, WD0AIO