Valley of the Moon Amateur Radio Club


Frequent Events

Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month and begin at 7:30pm.

Monthly Breakfasts

Club breakfasts are held the 1st Saturday of every month at Black Bear Diner at 8:30am.

Weekly Net

Weekly nets are conducted on Wednesdays at 7:30 PM (with the exception of meeting nights). All Amateurs are invited to check in on the 145.350- MHz repeater (PL 88.5Hz).

Net Control Assignments

Month Name Call
January Robert KA5WSS
February Darrel WD6BOR
March Moe KI6JNU
April Dave KD6FIL
May Ed W1EJ
June Frank KG6N
July Ed W1EJ
August Carl N6TTV
September Sam W5LTP
October Dick KF6FZM
November Mike WB6TMH
December Darrel WD6BOR

Annual Events

Hamfest - April

VOMARC hosts Hamfest every April. The half day event provides an opportunity to see Amateur Radio in action and buy and sell electronic gear. A pancake breakfast is a major fundraiser for the club.

Field Day - June

Field Day is a national emergency preparedness exercise for Amateur Radio. VOMARC sets up an emergency-powered station at Sonoma Skypark to hone our emergency communications skills. Visitors are welcome.

N6P – August

In cooperation with the National Park Service, Valley of the Moon Amateur Radio Club has activated Amateur Radio Station N6P at the Point Reyes National Seashore for the last couple of years.

N6P QSL Card

Point Reyes is the windiest place on the Pacific Coast and the second foggiest place on the North American continent. The lighthouse, built in 1870 and retired in 1975, is now under management by the National Park Service. It is the one of the few lighthouses in the U. S. which have the original Fresnel lens and clockwork mechanism in working order.