NARL Club 2014 General Meetings:
7:00 pm at the Newington Senior Center
120 Cedar Street, Newington
First Monday of every month except holidays

Board of Directors Meetings: as announced by President.

NARL Club Sanctioned Events for 2014:   

COMING THIS FALL:  A Technician Class presented by NARL - (8) Tuesday evenings 6:30 to 8:30 beginning Oct 7, ending Dec 2 Primary instructor will be George Lillenstein, AB1GL, with assists from many experts in the NARL club. Fee $50 includes the FCC exam fee, the ARRL current Tech manual, and club administrative costs.  Email for details or to sign up.

2014 Public Service Events, communications provided by NARL

The Newington Amateur Radio League (NARL) provides as a public service, free of charge, volunteers for communications.  In the recent past, we have provided comms for charity walks and races, river regattas, bike and motorcycle rides, outdoor events and parades. 

Our volunteers are trained communicators with their own radios who can assist anyone coping with large crowds, cell phone "dead zones", or busy organization leaders who don't have enough hands or ears to deal with the flood of messages they receive and send during a large event. 

Non-NARL ham related:

  • October 5, 2014  - Jim Calhoun Cancer Challenge, Farmington- email ARES Region 3 DEC George Lillenstein, to volunteer. Start/finish has moved to Winding Trails, Farmington. ICRC is assisting ARES with this event but we need our regulars and new volunteers as well.  Especially short on SAG vehicles to help transport bikes and riders who cannot complete the course.
  • October 11 2014 - Hartford Marathon - email Bill Storey,  to volunteer
  • October 12 2014 - Nutmeg Hamfest, Wallingford.
  • October 18 2014 - Boy Scout JOTA - contact Doug S, WA1SFH, the ARES Region 2 DEC, to volunteer. See this website's download page for link to his flyer.

For details on other events, contact Armando Landrian,

What NARL did in 2014

May 18 - Lucy Welles Library 5K Run, NARL supplied radio communications and runner guidance along the course.

May 24 - Newington Veteran's  Day Parade, see Armando Landrian or Ethel Kramer to volunteer.

June 21 - NARLFEST, the NARL club's hamfest held at St. Mary's School on Willard Avenue in Newington. Ve-29 - ndor set up 6 am, general admission 8 am-1 pm.  Fleamarket, vendor tables, organization tables, door prizes, seminars. Free parking.  Last weekend to get those missing gizmos you'll need for Field Day the following weekend.

June 28 - Field Day at Mill Pond Park - the club set up tents and antennas and conducted their part in this nationwide contest among hams.

Aug. 4 - Board of Directors Meeting, Senior Center, Newington, 6:30 pm. This will be in lieu of the August monthly general membership meeting.

Aug. 9 - NARL Picnic. Churchill Park, Newington. 11am-4 pm. Club provides hamburgers and hot dogs, you bring the rest and/or make a donation. Families welcome.