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This Sunday! December 14, 2014 from 2:00 - 5:00 pm: The Rodger Kent Memorial Service.
Rodger passed away November 28, and we're holding a little memorial here for him here at the Museum. His wife, Andrea, along with Al De Rusha, George Schire, and members of the Northeast Mpls Wrestling Club will be here to help with the sendoff.

The following week, December 20, the Cook, Minnesota VFW will also have a memorial for Rodger.

Thursday, January 1, 2015: This is the deadline for nominations to the 2015 Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame. The nomination form is on our Hall of Fame page: museumofbroadcasting.org/hall.htm

Saturday, January 10, 2:00 pm:  The Minnesota DX Club meets here the second Saturday of every month through May.  Stop in and share your stories of long distance reception and learn about the latest equipment.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015, 7:00 pm: Now You’re Talking! The Technician Class License Course runs ten consecutive Tuesday nights, starting January 13, 2015, right here at the Museum. It is sponsored by the Minnesota Youth Amateur Radio Council, The Boy Scouts, and the Pavek. This is a great way to get into Ham Radio. Cost is $10 per student for the class and $15 for the test. You will also need to purchase and read a copy of The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual before our first session. It’s available at Radio City or Barnes and Noble. Email petit@augsburg.edu for more information.

Tuesday, January 20, 7:00 pm: The Audio Society of Minnesota presents their annual Bring & Brag. Pick out a favorite tune to share, and bring it in on CD or vinyl for everyone to listen to together. It’s a great event to discover new music, and an opportunity for you to share what you’ve been into recently. The Audio Society meets the third Tuesday evening of each month September through May; they skip December.

February 22, 12:00: The Annual Radio Workshop here at the Museum. This event is cosponsored by the Northland Antique Radio Club and always delivers interesting perspectives and solutions to your radio questions. If you’ve got a unique restoration technique or skill that you can share with the rest of the club please call the Museum and let us know.

Saturday, March 28, 10:00 am: Vintage Radio Service, spring semester; sign up now!

Sunday, April 19, 4:00 pm: The Red-Throated League of the Norwegian Explorers will be doing another Sherlock Holmes play here at the Museum.  We’re not sure yet what the play will be, but just to sweeten your anticipation, they’re thinking about doing a script that involves a Pittsburgh pickle manufacturer called “The Case of the Sanguinary Specter.”  Stay tuned!

Saturday,  April 25, noon:  The Morse Telegraph Club will hold their annual meeting here.  These are the real pioneers who did this for a living!

May 15 & 16: Radio Daze 2015 sponsored by the Northland Antique Radio Club.
Same location: Comfort Inn Plymouth

Saturday, September 12: The 13th Annual Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the Sheraton West Hotel ... Save The Date!